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    reslife@coastalbend.edu 

    Nolan Collins 
    Benton Hall Manager


    Daniel Rea
    Student Success Coordinator 
    drea@coastalbend.edu
    (361) 354-2340

     

      

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    The Office of Residence Life at Coastal Bend College is proud to offer CBC students the opportunity to live on-campus in our residence hall (Benton Hall) or apartments. For more information about on-campus housing at Coastal Bend College, please email reslife@coastalbend.edu.      

        

    The Office of Residence Life promotes a safe and comfortable living environment for CBC students. We offer students the opportunity to expand their learning experience in a community setting that allows students to interact with other student residents. We strive to offer positive social interactions and pathways to success. Students share responsibility with the Res Life staff to promote an inclusive, respectful environment, with a focus on wellness and student success.      

        


    Housing application is now closed for Fall 2021. 


    STEPS TO APPLY
     

    STEP 1: COMPLETE THE ONLINE HOUSING APPLICATION    

    • Complete the Housing Application 
    • Upload proof of bacterial meningitis vaccination to the secure portal  

     

    STEP 2: WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION FROM THE RESIDENCE LIFE STAFF   

    • You will receive an email to your CBC email address with the status of your application.    
    • Once you have been assigned a room, you must complete the Residence Life Housing Contract.     
       

    STEP 3: SUBMIT THE $250 HOUSING DEPOSIT  

    Pay in-person; Business Office is located in the Beasley Admin Building (Beeville)  

       

    ELGIBILITY   
    To be eligible for campus housing, a student must be enrolled and maintain full-time status. Full-time status is defined as twelve (12) or more semester hours in the Fall and Spring semesters and nine (9) in the Summer sessions.