Welcome to Residence Life at Rocky Mountain College
Your Home Away from Home
No matter where you live on the RMC campus, you are about to become part of a close community. In our residence halls, you will build close relationships and create memories that will last a lifetime. Just as you will learn and grow through your classes, you will enrich your life through the activities, friendships and fun of residence hall living.
What to Expect...
Residence halls are more than a place to sleep; they are living-learning communities full of opportunities for you to make friends and expand your horizons. The Residence Life Staff will be there every step of the way to assist you. We look forward to meeting you and enhancing your educational experience.
Rocky Mountain College students are required to live on campus for two years. Exceptions can be made for students who are 21 years-of-age or older, married, have dependent(s) living with them, or permanent residents of Yellowstone County. For those students seeking an off-campus exemption, please complete and return the Off-Campus Housing Exemption Request Form.
Anderson, Widenhouse, and Rimview Hall rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, dresser, closet, and chair for each student. Anderson Hall, Widenhouse Hall, and Rimview Hall rooms are carpeted. Widenhouse and Rimview suites include a bathroom, refrigerator, microwave, and sink. Jorgenson Hall comes unfurnished, however each unit has a full kitchen and bathroom.
SUGGESTED PACKING LIST
- Linens (twin x-long sheets, pillows, pillowcases, blankets, towels)
- Alarm clock
- Laundry supplies
- Items to make you feel more comfortable (stereo, TV, DVD player, stuffed animals, and computer)
Deck out your room in your favorite patterns and colors! Click here to shop for everything you need in one convenient package and have it shipped to school.
Most supplies for classes may be purchased on campus at the Rocky Mountain College Bookstore.
There are some things, though, that you should leave at home. No pets are allowed in the residence halls. Also, appliances with an exposed element create a fire hazard and, therefore, are not allowed in the halls. Firearms of any kind, explosives, or other dangerous materials are not permitted in residence halls or anywhere on campus. Please do not bring any of these items with you. For a complete list of items not permitted in the residence halls, please see the Residence Life Policy Handbook.
Rocky Mountain College is not liable for loss or damage to a student's personal property housed in College facilities. Please contact your insurance agent to secure personal property coverage prior to your residency at Rocky Mountain College.
Once you have arrived on campus, here are some helpful hints that will make your transition a smooth and positive one:
- Anderson and Widenhouse Halls are on the east end of campus. Jorgenson and Rimview Halls are found on the west end of campus (access via 17th Street West).
- Attend all orientation activities. They will familiarize you with the campus and staff, making your transition most successful.
- Meet as many people as possible during your first few days at school. You will find that many people have the same aspirations and interests that you do.
- Get to know your Resident Advisor (RA) and Area Coordinator (AC). They will prove to be great friends and resources throughout the year.
- Internet info: All students are eligible for high speed Internet access free of charge. Your email address will consist of your first name.last firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Example: email@example.com
- After arriving to campus, the student must activate the Internet connection. If difficulties arise, contact the academic computing office at 406.657.1161 or in Eaton Hall 2A.