Living on Campus
Tyler Junior College is pleased to offer residential living facilities on the main TJC campus. The online Housing application can be found on Apache Access and is separate from the TJC Admissions application. You must have an A number from the TJC Admissions office before you can sign-in on the Apache Access site to complete the Housing application.
Beginning May 1, 2013, all new, completed Fall 2013 Housing applications will be automatically put on a Waiting List. Because of the Waiting List status, payment of the $100 non-refundable application processing fee can be delayed until you are placed in a room. Your priority on the Waiting List is determined by the date you submit the on-line Housing application. Submitting multiple applications or paying the $100 processing fee will not change your place on the Waiting List.
For new Housing applicants, only completed files will be considered for placement. A file is complete when you have:
- Submitted a completed Housing application (found in Apache Access)
- Submitted a completed Background Check Form
- Submitted Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination documentation to Admissions
Priority for placement is determined by the date/time the Housing application is submitted.
Residential Hall space on the main campus of Tyler Junior College is very limited and Housing applications are accepted year-round. Freshmen are not required to live on campus and current residents always have first priority for space in the residence halls. Completing the Housing application process does not guarantee a residential space on campus.
The first round of room assignments for new students will be done in early May. You will be contacted if you are assigned during this first round of placement.
See the related downloads for the Residential Life Handbook, Code of Conduct, Guide to Living on Campus, an example of a housing contract, and the Background Check Results Guidelines.