An independent living student is a student who meets at least one of the following criteria:
Students requesting independent living status must complete an Independent Living Request, available at the Housing Office, prior to the start of the semester they plan to attend CSC. The application must be returned to the CSC Housing Office for approval. Students found in violation of this policy will be charged room and board and may face additional sanctions.
Students meeting one or more of the above criteria prior to the first day of classes for fall or spring may complete an Independent Living Application form, available in the Housing Office. All requests must be submitted for approval by August 15th (Fall Semester) or December 15th (Spring Semester). The decision will be communicated to the student's EagleMail account.
Late Independent Living Requests
The CSC Housing Office may approve a request after the deadline based on supported conditions. Any approval will be subject to appropriate College related fees.
New students who have applied for admittance to CSC after August 15th or December 15th (when applicable) must submit an Independent Living Application form by the first day of classes or will be subject to the housing contract cancellation fees as listed in the housing contract.
Students not meeting the above criteria are required to live on campus and have a meal plan. Additionally, if a student's residency situation changes, the student must notify the Housing Office or they may be subject to meet the on-campus residency requirement and pay all associated charges.
Independent living eligibility will be reviewed each semester by the Housing Office.
For questions, please contact the CSC Housing Office at (308) 432-6466 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*All students living in the residence halls are required to purchase a meal plan*
Meal plans can be utilized 7 days per week in the Dining Room and the Eagle Market in the Student Center, or the To-Go located in the High Rise lobby. Please visit Dining Services for more information. Payment options may be arranged through the Business Office, please see CSC Room and Board Rates. Specific policies pertaining to CSC residence halls are included in the CSC Student Handbook and Residence Life Handbook.
On-campus students must be at least 17 years of age to reside in the CSC residence halls, per Board Policy 3500.
Please refer to the International Student Tuition Waiver Policy for further details.