Seminole State College Housing will be your home away from home but more than a place to rest your head and study. Our residential centers build a sense of community where you have the opportunity to meet new people, join the many activities across campus as well as those activities and events hosted in your residence hall while making life long friendships.
We have two residential centers on campus for our students that allow us to house between 240-250 residents. Each student's room will have a Twin-Size XL bed, mattress and dresser provided for them. The rooms are provided with Internet/Wi-Fi at no additional cost.
All residential centers have a 24-hour computer lab/study area and laundry facilities available with new washers and dryers. We are pleased to announce the washers and dryers do not require quarters or credit/debit cards our students can wash and dry freely. There is a small laundry fee each semester but it pays for itself after three loads of laundry have been washed and dried.
We want our residents to enjoy their time here on campus and make SSC more than just classes and studying. Our residential life staff plan numerous activities each month in our residence halls such as Karaoke nights, movie nights, pool and ping pong tournaments, crafts nights and of course we always have snacks involved. Each residence hall does have pool tables, ping pong tables, corn hole, disc-golf and various board/card games for our residents to use.
Residential Life Activities Calendar
Fall 2023 Move in Info
Cost Per Semester
(Subject to change)
Double Occupancy room which includes a 19 meals per week meal plan $3635.00 + $100 non-refundable housing/room reservation deposit.
Private and Single (semi-private) rooms are an additional $250 and $100 per semester. These are assigned on a first come basis and not guaranteed.
Students may pay the total amount due for the entire semester in advance or make payments. You can make four equal installments that are due on the first of each month during the current semester. Or the business office has several different payment plans available for our students. For more information, please contact the business office at 405-382-9515 or 405-382-9502.
Students can also look into Financial Aid options for payment help: click here.
Housing Paperwork and Deposit
Housing Application & Contract
Meningitis Vaccine Compliance Form
Please complete the Housing Application & Contract forms along with the Meningitis Compliance form and email them to Melinda Sims, Director of Residential Life and Student Activities, firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will then need to call the business office to pay your $100 non-refundable housing deposit/room reservation over the phone at 405-382-9515 or 405-382-9502.
The deposit will carry over from the previous year for returning residents as long as the resident is in Good Standing, meaning he/she has followed the end of the academic year check out procedures. See contract for details.
If you would rather mail the completed forms into our Housing Office along with a check or money order for the housing deposit, you may send them to Seminole State College - Housing 2701 Boren Blvd. Seminole, OK 74868.
All rooms will typically be double occupancy. Single private or semi-private rooms, if available, will have an additional charge.
Note: Rate Schedule is subject to change. Check with the Housing Office for the most updated schedules
Campus Policies and Residence Life Information
Students please familiarize yourself with Seminole State’s Student Handbook. In our handbook you can find beneficial information for you such as our Campus Policies, Procedures, Student Housing and much more. Our Student Housing section starts on page 58 of our Student Handbook.
Meningococcal (Meningitis) Disease
Oklahoma Statutes, Title 70 §3244, requires that all students in any public or private postsecondary educational institution in this state who reside in on-campus student housing shall be vaccinated against meningococcal disease.
The statute permits the student, or if the student is a minor, the student’s parent or other legal representative, to sign a written waiver stating that the student has received and reviewed the information provided on the risks associated with meningococcal disease and on the availability and effectiveness of the vaccine, and has chosen not to be or not to have the student vaccinated.
Residential Assistant (RA) Job Application
If you are interested in becoming a Residential Assistant, please veiw the Resident Assistant Information Packet.
Contact Housing:Melinda Sims
Director of Residential Life and Student Activities