Frequently Asked Housing Questions
Here you will find answers to some of our most common housing questions. If you have other questions or issues not addressed below, please submit them to the Housing Office via our Contact Form.
- Two Bedroom Suite – Fall and Winter: $3100/term; Summer: $2800/term (Cost is per person)
- Four Bedroom Suite – Fall and Winter: $2800/term; Summer: $2500/term (Cost is per person)
In addition, research from The American Council on Education shows students who reside on campus:
- Report a higher satisfaction with their college experience.
- Are more likely to succeed in college and complete their degree.
- Are more likely to achieve and maintain a higher grade point average (GPA).
- Have a positive self-image, with enhanced self-confidence, public speaking ability and self-reliance.
- Participate in more extracurricular activities (a factor especially important to recruiters in the job search process).
Other national studies show students who live on campus:
- Develop relationships with a diverse population of people.
- Are exposed to a wider range of ideas and cultures.
- Develop stronger interpersonal and communication skills.
- Are involved in campus leadership, organizations and activities.
- Have more contact with faculty and staff members.
Offenses that result as ineligible for housing include, but are not limited to:
- Misdemeanors within the past 6 months of the date of the housing application
- Multiple misdemeanors
- Assault, including any form of assault conviction
- Narcotics/illegal drugs
- All Felonies, unless conviction is over 10 years old
- The following felonies result in ineligibility regardless of when it was committed:
- Aggravated Felonies: All aggravated felony convictions that resulted in a death, aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, aggravated sexual assault or the delivery of or possession of a felony amount of narcotics.
- All aggravated felony convictions set forth above that were for attempted crimes or conspiracy to commit these crimes.
- Any felony convictions for crimes related to sexual assault, any felony of a sexual nature, arson, injury to a child, indecency with a child, manslaughter, or possession of child pornography.
- These are standards and shall result in the denial of any application and shall make the applicant ineligible for housing at Glen Oaks Community College.
- If an applicant is arrested or has an arrest pending during the application process, then Glen Oaks Community College housing may consider such charges in accordance with the standards and guidelines set forth above.