Dorms… residence hall… apartments… whatever you call it, we have a housing option for you!
If you want to have the best possible college experience, reserve your space in the Casper College Residence Hall! Dorm life meets the 21st Century with our new Residence Hall Complex, offering private bathrooms in every room and options for single- or double-occupancy rooms. Students in the residence hall are required to have a meal plan with the campus dining hall.
The Residence Hall offers students the full, traditional college experience. Living in the Residence Hall allows you to make connections with other students, make lifelong friends, and be an engaged member of the Casper College community. Our team of Resident Assistants (RAs) host fun events to give you the opportunity to meet new people, learn about how to be successful in college, and most of all—have fun! Another great benefit of Residence Hall living is the convenience factor. You’ll have no commute to school (think of the gas money you’ll save!), be close to classes and campus events, have all your meals cooked for you, and have the ability to use your financial aid to cover the cost of your room and board.
The Residence Hall features many amenities, including: large rooms with great views, individual bathrooms in each room (no dreaded community bathrooms!), heat and air conditioning controlled by thermostat in every room; a common area on each floor with a full-size kitchen, a multi-purpose room for hall events and hanging out, plenty of nooks for quiet studying, key card entry, security cameras, and a laundry room on every floor.
The rental rate for Residence Hall Rooms include all utilities, cable TV in common areas, high-speed Internet, and rooms come fully furnished. Students can select on their housing application whether they would like a double- or single-occupancy room (though availability for single-occupancy rooms is limited).
Wheeler Terrace Apartments
The support of dorm life meets the independence of apartment living with the Wheeler Terrace Apartments. Wheeler Terrace are two-bedroom apartments (rented separately, by the bedroom) shared with another student. While Wheeler students (and indeed all students!) are able to purchase a meal plan, a meal plan is not required. Wheeler Terrace allows students to have a little more freedom and cook their own meals while still experiencing activities and benefits of living on campus. Wheeler Terrace is available to returning sophomore students or students over the age of 19. The rental rate includes all utilities, high-speed Internet, and local telephone.
Independent living with customization potential. Civic features one-bedroom unfurnished
The application for the Civic Apartments is located in the housing software system. When selecting available housing application forms in the system, select “2023 – 2024 Civic/Thorson (2023 – 2024 Civic and Thorson Apartment Lease Term).” If you are a UW-C or UND student and therefore unable to log into the housing software system, please contact Megan Schafer (email@example.com) to receive a paper version of the application.
Independent living with the convenience of included furniture. Thorson features one-bedroom fully furnished apartments for sophomore students or students over 19 years of age. Students in Thorson may have their significant other live with them, even if they are not a CC student. Thorson is billed monthly, and rent includes all utilities! The lease for Thorson Apartments is 12-months, and the standard lease term runs from August 1 through July 31.
The application for the Thorson Apartments is located in the housing software system. When selecting available housing application forms in the system, select “2023 – 2024 Civic/Thorson (2023 – 2024 Civic and Thorson Apartment Lease Term).” If you are a UW-C or UND student and therefore unable to log into the housing software system, please contact Megan Schafer (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive a paper version of the application.
A deposit of $200 is required to hold a reservation for all apartments. Prospective tenants will be placed on a waiting list when the application and deposit are received. An application and deposit does not guarantee an apartment at the time requested. Apartments are assigned in the order of the date the deposit is paid. The deposit is refunded at the end of the lease term and when the apartment is vacated in satisfactory condition. The deposit will be refunded if the application for campus housing is canceled prior to being assigned an apartment.