New Mexico Junior College

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Campus Housing

Campus Housing

New Mexico Junior College Housing includes a variety of living options and provides convenient and affordable housing. NMJC has two different building styles available. Each provides modern, comfortable living accommodations that offer convenience and independence. There are 392 beds on campus (200 in residence halls and 192 apartment style).
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Glen & Rosemary Houston Thunderbird Hall and Harold Runnels Hall offer traditional residence hall living. Each room consists of 2 beds, 2 desks, shelving and closet space for storage, local phone service, wireless Internet service, and cable TV. Living in the residence halls does require that you select either the 15- or 19-meal plan option.
 
John Watson Apartments or Carroll Leavell Student Apartments offer a bit more privacy. Your private, carpeted bedroom, fully equipped with Internet, phone and cable TV access, will be furnished with an extra-long twin bed, a desk, shelving, and closet space. Bathrooms are shared with one other person. The full kitchen and living area will be shared by four people.
 
Educational research suggests that students who live on campus are significantly more inclined to remain in college and achieve higher GPAs in comparison to students living off campus. Compliance with college housing policy is a condition of enrollment, as set forth in the Student handbook.
 
Campus Housing Requirement
All full-time students are expected to live in student housing with the following exceptions:
•  The student’s permanent residence is in Lea County;
•  The student is married;
•  The student is a veteran;
•  The student is 21 years of age or older or will turn 21 during that school term;
•  Campus housing is at 100% occupancy; or
•  The student has permission from the Vice President for Student Services to live off campus.
 On-campus housing for married couples or individuals with children is not provided. Additionally, NMJC has no co-ed housing options.
 
Schedule of Housing Opening / Closing Dates & Rate Schedule
Refer to the Student Handbook or Official Calendar for housing opening and closing dates.
 
Application and Payment
•    Residence halls and apartments require a $25 non-refundable application fee prior to assignment.
•    Students who cancel their room before June 1 (for fall) will receive no penalty.
•    Students who cancel after the above date will be subject to our cancellation policy.
 
Cancellation Policy
The student may cancel the agreement without penalty on or before June 1 (fall term). Students who cancel their agreement after the above date will be charged according to the schedule below.
 
Room cancellations made after the beginning of the semester will receive a refund based on the following schedule:
70% during the first week of term
60% during the second week of term
50% during the third week of term
40% during the fourth week of term
30% during the fifth week of term
0% during & after the sixth week of term
 Students with extenuating circumstances that may justify canceling the lease must submit a written request for a waiver to the Student Life Office. Such requests may or may not result in waiver of the fee for breach of the agreement, at the discretion of the College.
 
Students removed from campus housing due to violation(s) of the campus housing policy or conduct will not receive a housing refund. 
 
Payment Policy
Payment in full may be made at the NMJC Business Office or at the cashier’s window in the Ben Alexander Student Learning Center. A payment plan may be set up through NELNET located on the NMJC webpage, www.nmjc.edu
 
The Student Handbook which includes Housing policies and information is available on the main web site, www.nmjc.edu or in the Student Life Office.
 

Food Services

 Sodexo provides food services on campus, which includes a snack bar, cafeteria dining, and catering services. The facilities are located in the Ben Alexander Student Learning Center. The catering service is available for both on and off campus activities. In addition, the cafeteria dining program provides up to nineteen nutritious meals weekly for students participating in the various meal program options. Serving hours and dates for cafeteria dining are determined prior to the beginning of each semester.  Dining rates for 2018-19 can be found at:
 
Most of the buildings on campus and instructional sites offer vending machines for student use.