Frequently Asked Questions: Living on Campus
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Living on Campus FAQs
Q: Am I Eligible to Live On-Campus?
- Residents must be a TJC student enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours during the Fall and/or the Spring semester (3 hours during a Summer School session).
- Beginning with the Fall 2014 semester, residents must maintain an overall cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0 for two consecutive semesters (Fall and Spring semester of the 2014-2015 academic year) to be eligible to live in a Residence Hall. A cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 must be maintained every additional semester in order to continue to be eligible for housing.
- All Housing charges must be paid in full, or arrangements to pay must be completed before move-in. Payments can be made through the TJC Cashier’s Office located in the White Administration building. There are 4 ways to pay the Housing charges: Scholarships and Performance Grants. Out of Pocket or Private Pay – the complete amount paid before move-in. Payment Plan - established with Business Services. Financial Aid - provide Housing with a copy of the Financial Aid award letter
For more information, visit our Housing webpage.
Q: How can I pay for on-campus housing?
Q: What is the cost to live on campus?
Q: Does submitting a Housing Application guarantee me a space?
Q: When will I know when I have received a dorm for the upcoming Fall semester?
Q: Where is the Housing Application?
Q: Where can I check the status of my Housing Application?
Q: Do the dorms have Wi-Fi or Ethernet capabilities?
Q: Are there rules for students that live in the dorms, as far as curfews, and boys and girls being in the same room together, and also are the dorms set up in apartment style for freshman are just one large room?
Q: Are the freshman required to live on campus?
Q: Are there dorms for married couples?
Q: What is the address if someone wants to send mail to a resident?
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