Seminole Nation Residential Learning Center /  Roesler Residential Learning Center Rooms


Fall 2022 Move In Information


 Move In Dates and Procedures     |     What to Bring to Campus




Dates and Procedure



Each team, PLC students and our Non-Athletes & Non-PLC students have been assigned a specific day and time for moving into the residence halls

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Student Housing @ 405-382-9604


When you arrive on your scheduled date and time for Move-In:


  • You will go to your assigned residence hall.
  • You are allowed two helpers.
  • You will have one hour to get your belongings unloaded and into your room after you check into your building.
  • After your move-in hour is complete, helpers will need to leave the residence halls to allow the next groups to safely move in. Take this time to grab some food and get familiar with the city of Seminole.


Please see the scheduled day and check in times below:


Wednesday August 4th = Student RAs 9:00am – 1:00pm

Friday August 6th = Volleyball noon –5:00pm

Saturday August 7th = Soccer 9:00am -2:00pm



Move In Weekend (Check in time frame for each group)

Friday August 13th

Men & Women’s Golf 9:00am – 11:00am

Baseball 11:00am – 2:00pm

President’s Leadership 1 :00pm – 3:00pm



Move In Weekend (Check in time frame for each group)

Saturday August 14th

Non-Athletes and Non-PLC students 10:00am - noon

Men and Women’s Basketball 11:00am – 1:00pm

Softball noon – 2:00pm





SSC provides a twin XL bed, mattress and a dresser & closet.

The following lists are items you may want to bring for your room. Most residents will have a roommate so when deciding what to bring talk with and plan accordingly with your roommate.

Laptop/Printer                         TV/Gaming System

Microwave                               Keurig

Surge Protectors                    3M Command Strips

Ethernet Cord                         Cable Aux Cord

Iron/Ironing Board                   Clothes Hangers

Plastic/Paper Plates Bowls     Utensils/Cups

Paper Towels                          Trash Can/ Trash Bags

Pictures of Family/Friends      Room Decorations

Storage Cubes/Bins/Drawers    Paper

Small Refrigerator (no bigger than 4.5 cubic feet)


XL Twin Size Sheets                  Mattress Pad Pillow/Blankets/Comforter         Towels & Wash Cloths Toilet Shower Curtain                          Toilet Bowl Brush & Plunger Toothbrush/Toothpaste              Soap/Deodorant/Shampoo

Hair Stuff/Cosmetics                  Laundry Basket/Hamper

Laundry Detergent/Pods            Dryer Sheets

Quarters for Laundry                  Broom/Dust Pan/Mop

Vacuum Cleaner                         Dish Soap/Dish Drainer

Cleaning Supplies (Spray Cleaner, Clorox Wipes, etc.)



What NOT to Bring


The following is a list of items prohibited from residential housing.


  • Alcohol or Alcoholic Containers/Decorations
  • Tobacco (Vapes, Cigarettes, Marijuana, Dip)
  • Illegal Drugs
  • Candles, Incense, Candle Warmers
  • Firearms, Ammunition, Airsoft or BB Guns
  • Fireworks
  • Hover Boards
  • Dart Boards
  • Pets of Any Kind
  • Internet Routers
  • NO Extension Cords (use power strips)
  • Any Cooking Device with a Heating Element
  • (Toaster Oven, Electric Grill, Electric Skillet, George Foreman, etc.)
  • Deep Fryers
  • Hot Plates
  • Air Fryers & Rice Cookers
  • Halogen Lamps & Halogen Light Bulbs
  • Air Conditioners or Space Heaters
  • LED Strip Lights




COST PER SEMESTER (Subject to Change)    


Double Occupancy room which includes a 19 meals per week meal plan $3535.00 + $100 room reservation deposit


Student 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 student. For more information please contact the business office at 405-382-9238 or go to the following link



Housing Paperwork & Deposit



Housing Application & Contract. pdf  |   Meningitis Vaccine Compliance Form. pdf


Please complete the Housing Application & Contract form along with the Meningococcal Compliance form and email them to Melinda Sims, Director of Residence Life and Student Activitiesr,  You will then need to call the business office and pay your $100 housing deposit over the phone at 405-382-9237 or 405-382-9238.


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


One hundred dollars ($100) deposit must be paid in advance to reserve a room. This $100 damage deposit is refundable at the end of the contract period, if eligible . See Contract for details. Deposit may be carried over from the previous semester.


All rooms will typically be double occupancy. Single private or semi-private rooms, if available will have an additional charge (contact Housing Office for details). This amount must be paid at the time of application. If this style of room is unavailable, your pre-paid amount will be refunded or a credit placed on your student account.


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.



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.


Meningococcal vaccine information.pdf



Residential Assistant


If you are interested in becoming a Residential Assistant, please read the Resident Assistant Information Packet.