Applying for Housing 

Students are required to live on campus for their freshmen and sophomore academic years (60 credits at the start of the semester is required to be considered a junior). This policy supports Rocky Mountain College’s philosophy that academic and social success can be better achieved by living on campus and is the result of institutional and national research.

Residence halls work on a first-come, first-serve basis, so the earlier you make your new student deposit and return your Housing and Meal Plan Application, Roommate Preference Form, and Residence Hall Contract, the more likely you are to receive your top-choice room selection. Students who participate in RMC's Early Action Program will have priority for their residence hall selection.

You will receive notification of your room type and roommate information in July. The residence life and admission staff work hard to ensure you receive the best possible match on your roommate/s. The staff meets together to review your housing forms and discuss each student individually until the best match is found.

The Rocky Mountain College Office Residence Life can’t wait to have you on campus.

Dining on Campus Rocky Dining

Rocky Mountain College requires that all students living in Widenhouse Hall or Anderson Hall to have either a Carte Blanche Meal Plan or a 10-Meal Plan. Students living in Rimview Hall, Jorgenson Hall, and off campus are welcome to purchase a meal plan; however, it is not required. 

The newly renovated dining room has many new features, including a new look with brand new seating, tables, counters, and flooring. One of the newest additions to the dining room is the My Zone Allergy Free area, which caters to guests with peanut, tree nut, and gluten allergies. In addition to the new allergy area, there is a new Chef's Table station, featuring fresh made-to-order entrees, and a new soup, salad, and sandwich station.

For more information on the dining services and meal plans, click here.