Campus Housing Application
Thank you for your interest in living in campus housing at North Country Community College! Please review our Frequently Asked Questions before you submit your Housing Application below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING THE HOUSING CONTRACT
- Residence Halls: Includes all interior and exterior spaces of the NCCC Association Residence Hall Property (e.g., parking lots, common spaces) to be controlled by the License.
- Suite: Includes all spaces within the 4 bedroom suite (e.g., gully kitchen, common space, bathrooms) to be controlled by the License.
- Bedroom (or Room): The specific area assigned to a student within the suite. All bedrooms are currently designated as single occupancy.
- Room Assignment: The actual bedroom and suite assigned to the resident, and for which the resident is
2021-2022 HOUSING ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION
Students must meet the following to be eligible to live in North Country Community College Association on-campus housing at the Saranac Lake Campus. Rooms are granted on a first come, first serve basis once all the below items are completed. As signed Housing Licenses are received and rooms become available, student will be contacted and offered a room assignment. CAMPUS HOUSING IS LIMITED AND NOT GUARANTEED. A waitlist will be maintained.
- GPA Requirement
- All students living on campus must maintain the College’s Satisfactory Academic Progress.
- Course Load
- All students in campus housing must be matriculated, enrolled as full-time students (minimum of 12 credits), and in good academic and disciplinary standing.
- Exceptions to full-time student status must be pre-approved by the Executive Director of the NCCC Association.
- If after occupancy and the drop/add period a student is no longer full-time, the decision to terminate the license is at the discretion of the Executive Director of the NCCC Association.
- All students must be at least eighteen (18) years old by December 31 of the year during which occupancy shall
- Financial Requirements
- All financial aid and student account paperwork must be completed by August 1 for approval to live in campus housing. Late applicants (after August 1) will not be permitted to move into the Residence Halls without completed financial aid and student account paperwork.
- Requirements for Financial Aid include:
- Completing a FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid online at fafsa.ed.gov
- All necessary documents required to finalize your financial aid (accepting award offers, loan documents, verification paperwork)
- Requirements for Certificates of Residence:
- Certificates of Residence are required for all New York State residents to receive in-state tuition. Residents of these counties may request proof of residency for the Fall semester beginning June 30th.
- Students who reside in Franklin and Essex Counties must complete the Residency Verification form with the NCCC Business Office.
- Completed Billing Disclosure & Authorization Form
- For Housing Licenses received after July 1, a $200 deposit must be paid to apply for housing. Should space not be available, this deposit is used to secure the student a spot on the waiting list. Full information regarding the deposit can be found in the Housing
The term of your Housing Application is academic year (Fall to Spring), and your Room Deposit is $200.00. This deposit CANNOT be rolled over from the previous spring semester.
- The Housing Rate for a Single Bedroom is: $6,596 (billed as $3,298/semester)
- The estimated costs of our 21-22 Meal Plan is $4000 (billed as $2000/semester) for a minimum of 14 meals a week. More information about all our meal plans will be published soon.
- Replacement of your room key will cost $75, replacement of your mail key will cost $15.
The purchase of renter’s insurance by residents of NCCCA housing is strongly encouraged. Any personal belongings left by a student after the termination of this agreement may be disposed of by the NCCCA. Students not returning after the end of a semester must remove all their belongings. All abandoned property will be discarded after 30 days from the last day of withdrawal.
Students will be held responsible for loss or damage, beyond normal wear and tear, to the room to which they are assigned and any NCCCA property therein. The condition of the room and its contents will be established when each student moves into and out of his/her room. NCCC Association is not responsible for theft, loss or damage to personal items in student rooms unless such loss or damage results directly from negligence or recklessness on the part of the NCCCA.
The first payment of $200 is non-refundable. Requests to be released from the terms
of the Housing Contract and receive a refund for housing costs must be made in writing.
NCCCA REFUND POLICY
- Prior to First Day of Classes – 100% Refund
- End of First Week of Classes – 75% Refund
- End of Second Week of Classes – 50% Refund
- End of Third Week of Classes – 25% Refund
- After Third Week of Classes – 0% Refund (Financially obligated for the entire academic year)
Housing assignments will be sent to the student’s NCCC email address in early August. Students are strongly encouraged to check their NCCC email account regularly during the summer and academic year for official communications from the College and the Association.
The NCCCA reserves the right to reassign students at any time during the term of this contract, with a minimum of 48 hours’ notice unless in emergency situations. These reassignments may happen due to facility issues, roommate conflicts, behavioral issues, or for other compelling reasons. Changes to room assignments requested by the student can only be made at the sole discretion of the Assistant Director of Student Life or his/her designee.
Unless the student has been pre-approved as living in break housing, students must vacate the Residence Halls at all breaks including Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break and Spring Break. Failure to vacate on time may lead to additional room charges and/or legal action.
To inquire about break housing availability, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NCCC Association is entitled to enter and inspect residence hall rooms at any time in order to protect the health and safety of all students, and to ensure the maintenance and sanitation of such rooms. NCCC Association shall endeavor (but not be required) to post notice of any general room inspection at least twenty-four (24) hours beforehand. In addition, NCCC Association is entitled to enter and conduct an unannounced inspection of any residence hall room if it has reasonable cause to believe that illegal activity is, or may be, occurring in such room, that violation of any policies or conditions of occupancy either in this Housing License or contained in the Residence Life Handbook and/or Student Code of Conduct is or may be occurring therein, or in the case of an emergency.
You agree to abide by all rules and regulations for living in the residence halls as outlined in the North Country Community College Student Code of Conduct and Resident Handbook. Residents must adhere to the terms of this license, and all of the College’s rules and regulations, and to any amendments thereof issued by NCCC Association or the College. This information may be found at: https://www.nccc.edu/housing/index.html
- The NCCC Association Residence Halls are a 100% smoke-free, vape-free, and tobacco-free property inside and out.
- Students who tamper with fire safety equipment and/or set off the fire alarm for illegal activity (burning candles, smoking or vaping, cooking chemicals), and are found responsible may be removed from Housing.
- No alcohol, marijuana or non-prescribed drugs, or drug paraphernalia is permitted on the grounds of the residence halls or in the residence hall buildings or rooms. This includes but is not limited to hookahs, grinders, cloves, etc.
Application for 2021-2022 Housing and Meal Plan
North Country Community College Association, Inc.
The NCCC Association Residence Halls and property are a tobacco-free community.
After receipt of your Housing Application,
Deposits will be waived for Housing Licenses received by July 1, 2021.
You are obligated to pay for a FULL ACADEMIC YEAR. Refunds are only given pursuant to the refund policy. If you decide you don’t want to reside in the residence halls after you have been accepted you must notify the NCCC Association in writing a minimum of five business days prior to check in or you will be charged in full - see refund policy.
FOLLOWING RECEIPT OF YOUR HOUSING APPLICATION, A HOUSING LICENSE WILL BE SENT TO YOU FOR SIGNATURE AND ONLINE PAYMENT. YOUR APPLICATION FOR HOUSING IS NOT COMPLETED UNTIL WE RECEIVED YOUR SIGNED HOUSING LICENSE AND NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT of $200.