Student Housing & Dining
SCC provides housing and dining opportunities for all students, both on and off campus. Check out our available options to find what suits your needs.
The Blackhawk Experience
Experience on-campus housing at SCC by staying in one of our three Residence Halls at the West Burlington Campus: Millennium Hall, Witte Hall, and Winegard Hall. Choose from one of three meal plans offered by the Blackhawk Bistro as it is a requirement for all students living on campus.
Both Keokuk and West Burlington campuses offer several dining options.
All student housing requires a $300 deposit, which consists of a $50 non-refundable reservation fee and a $250 damage deposit, which will be refunded if no damages have been assessed and you have properly checked out of the room/suite. The $300 deposit must accompany your SCC Residence Hall Reservation Form.
Ready to reserve your room?
Complete our residence hall reservation form.
West Burlington Campus
This is a three-story co-ed apartment building.
|10 Five-person/two-bedroom apartments 1 Two-person/one-bed room apartment||2 Single rooms|
|Full kitchen: Refrigerator, stove, dishwasher Two bathrooms Twin XL beds Five closets, dressers, and desks Wi-Fi and Mediacom Cable included Coin operated laundry on each floor||Bathroom only Two closets, dressers, and desks Wi-Fi and Mediacom Cable Coin operated laundry on each floor|
Millenium Two Bedroom Apartment (5 students)
Millenium One Bedroom Apartment (2 or 3 students)
Millenium One Bedroom No kitchen, bathroom only (2 students)
There are 14 traditional style rooms in each building.
Each room is designed to house two students Single rooms are an option depending on vacancy Two twin XL beds Two armoires and dressers Wi-Fi and Medicaom Cable included Each hallway shares a bathroom with showers, sinks, and toilets. Lounge area has a kitchenette with a microwave Coin operated laundry area
- 10 one-bedroom apartments Couches, extra long twin beds, full bath, and kitchen Wi-Fi and Medicacom Cable TV Community laundry facility
What to bring
Bedding linens (Twin XL beds) Bathroom linens and accessories Storage containers Lamps, rugs, or any other room accessories Alarm clock, stereo, TV Personal dorm size refrigerator Coaxial cable, extension cord, surge protector
Nora Meirotto | Associate of Arts Transfer
After one semester at SCC, I loved it. It had the perfect ratio of students to teachers. They spend time getting to know you as a person.
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