All first-year students (including transfer students in their first year of college) attending Chadron State College are required to live in the residence halls for a minimum of two semesters and through successful completion of 30 credit hours. "Successful completion" is defined as having achieved a passing grade in those thirty credit hours. Students that may be exempt from this requirement are:
Students seeking exemption must fill out an off-campus application form, available in the Housing & Residence Life office, and have verification of exempt status from the director of housing prior to the start of the semester. Students found in violation of this policy will be charged room and board and may face additional sanctions.
All students living in the residence halls are required to participate in the food service program by purchasing a meal plan.
Meals are served Monday through Sunday in the Student Center cafeteria or the Eagle Grille. Payment options for room and board may be arranged through the Business Office. Specific policies pertaining to Chadron State College residence halls are included in the CSC Student Handbook and the Residence Life Handbook, which can both be found here http://www.csc.edu/publications/csc_student_handbook.pdf. The Student Handbook, along with additional information and applications, may be obtained by contacting the Housing Office or visiting the CSC website www.csc.edu/publications/csc_student_handbook.pdf.
The CSC international tuition waiver is an on–campus undergraduate tuition award in an amount equal to one–half of the resident tuition rate up to 16 credit hours per semester. The award has a limit of 8 consecutive semesters provided awardees maintain eligibility criteria. An international student that receives this award will be required to:
This award is for on–campus international students seeking an undergraduate degree from Chadron State College and is not available to those seeking their master’s degree. Summer sessions are not eligible for this tuition award.