Student Housing

Now accepting Student Housing applications for Summer and Fall 2022 semesters! Please contact the
Residence Life Coordinator, gvalencia@tocc.edu for more information. 

TOCC’s unique on-campus community offers a safe, friendly environment in which you can
make meaningful connections that may last a lifetime! Classrooms, the library, the food
program, and other resources are just a few steps away. Living on campus is an experience that
will help students further their educational goals.

Interested in Applying?

Complete and return all forms for consideration to live in the residence halls. Residence Life Background Check Form and Residence Hall Policy and Agreement must be sent via email to gvalencia@tocc.edu or mail.

Staff Information

Gabriel Valencia

Residence Life Coordinator

PH: (520) 479-2300 ext:1914

Email: gvalencia@tocc.edu

Requirements

TOCC Residence Life’s goal is to create a fun and inclusive community where students can
connect and learn together. This is a place where you can develop personally and feel like you
belong. We encourage the growth of our students’ cultural knowledge in a way that respects the
Tohono O’odham Himdag.

Requirements are: 

  • Enrolled Full-time (12 credits)
  • Fill out Residence Life Application
  • Sign Residence Hall Policy Agreement Form
  • Submit Release of Information Form (Background Check)
  • Fill out a Roommate Questionnaire
  • Proof of vaccination for COVID-19
  • 2.0 GPA or better

Fees and Deposits

We make living on campus simple with a flat rate dorm fee that already includes utilities and wireless internet. Not only is this a nice place to live but it is also a cost-effective housing option for TOCC students!

Fees and Deposits

  • Dorm Room Fee (per semester):
    • $1,200 (Fall or Spring Semester)
    • $275 (5-week Summer Session)
    • $550 (8-week Summer Session)
  • Damage Deposit: $150
  • Key Deposit: $40
  • Background Check Processing Fee: $40

Deposits are refundable if the room is clean and undamaged and the key is returned. All fees and deposits should be paid in the bookstore.

Residence Life Policies

All student residents will adhere to the policies outlined in the Residence Hall Policy Agreement. Student residents are expected to understand and follow all policies. For most students, living on campus will be a new experience and is generally different from living at home. TOCC Residence Life places a high priority on students’ safety and health. All TOCC campuses are alcohol-free, tobacco-free, drug-free, and weapon-free environments.The policies were created to protect residents’ emotional, physical, and mental wellbeing.

Checking Into Your New Home

Have your TOCC student ID card or Photo ID ready. You will not be able to check in to your residence hall without one. Students will also not be allowed to move in without showing proof they have paid the damage deposit and key deposit. Students who plan to continue staying in the dorm from fall to spring semesters may not have to pay the damage deposit and key deposit for spring based on the condition of their dorm suite.

What to Expect

Each of the residential units for students has a shared space (kitchen, bathroom, laundry area, and living room) and four dorm rooms; each bedroom houses three students. 

Food and Accommodations

Food

Free breakfast, lunch, and dinner is available Monday – Friday to all registered TOCC students at S-cuk Du’ag Mascamakud. Each housing unit comes equipped with a full kitchen and weekly trips to the local grocery store will be provided. Cooking classes and demos are one of the various activities offered to student residents.

Accommodations

Dorm Rooms: Bed, desk, chair, closet, and dresser.
Kitchen: Shared full-size refrigerator and freezer, kitchenware, silverware, and microwave.
Shared Amenities: Washer and dryer, living room sofa, flat-screen TV, and WIFI connection.