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Housing

State Technical College of Missouri offers on campus housing for approximately 144 students. Only enrolled, in good standing, single students at State Technical College of Missouri may apply for on-campus housing. Housing for couples, married couples, and/or families is available in the community.

Our nine cottages contain eight dorm rooms that can be occupied as single, double, or triple occupancy. A resident assistant is assigned to each cottage to oversee the supervision of property, residents, and activities and to help enforce rules and regulations. All students who chose on campus housing are required to purchase a 14 meal per week meal plan.

 

Fall / Spring Semester Housing Rates HEO Summer Rates HEO Internship Rates
Single Room $3,700.00 per semester $2,980.00
(Summer semester ONLY)
$2,630.00
(Spring semester ONLY)
Double Room $ 1,850.00 per semester $1,490.00
(Summer semester ONLY)
$1,315.00
(Spring semester ONLY)

Contact Us:
Housing Department
State Technical College of Missouri
One Technology Drive
Linn, MO 65051
Phone: 1.800.743.8324, ext. 5165
Email: housing@statetechmo.edu

Housing Return-to-Campus Guidelines COVID-19

Guidelines for Students in On-Campus Housing

Required

Sign a risk acknowledgement:

Even with the steps we have taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus, the exposure risk can never be eliminated. Before moving into campus housing, you will need to sign an acknowledgement of the associated risk and precautions.

Be aware of your move-in time:

To limit large gatherings and allow for social distancing, we have assigned time slots for each building.

You MUST move in at the time slot for your cottage. If you do not know what cottage you are living in, contact Zach Kucsik at housing@statetechmo.edu.

  • Cottage A, D, and I will move in at 8:00am to 11:00am
  • Cottage C, G, and E will move in at 11:00am to 2:00pm
  • Cottage B, H, and F will move in at 2:00pm 5:00pm
Bring required supplies:

To move into your fall 2020 housing assignment, you will need to arrive to campus with a face covering, thermometer, hand sanitizer and cleaning products to assist with sanitizing your living area.

Recommended

Two Weeks Ahead:

We suggest you begin to isolate and closely monitor any changes to your health.

We encourage you to monitor your health using a daily symptom checklistMake sure your temperature does not exceed 100.4 F.

If you experience any of the symptoms below, you should reach out to your health care provider before you arrive on campus.

Symptoms of COVID-19 may include:

  • Fever greater than 100.4 or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Unexplained muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea
Moving On Campus

To limit large gatherings and allow for social distancing, we have assigned time slots for each building.

You MUST move in at the time slot for your cottage. If you do not know what cottage you are living in, contact Zach Kucsik at housing@statetechmo.edu.

  • Cottage A, D, and I will move in at 8:00am to 11:00am
  • Cottage C, G, and E will move in at 11:00am to 2:00pm
  • Cottage B, H, and F will move in at 2:00pm 5:00pm
  • Please stay in your vehicle until you are scheduled to move-in.
  • In order to move into your fall 2020 housing assignment, you must arrive to campus with a face covering, thermometer, hand sanitizer and cleaning products to assist with sanitizing your living
    • Staff will be wearing face coverings when they check you in at the tent in front of the commons.
    • You are allowed to have 3 other individuals help you move in.
    • Prepare to complete your move within a 90-minute window.
    • We will designate trash collection points so custodial staff can focus on sanitizing touch points throughout the move-in period.
Cleaning and Sanitizing

We are committed to keeping our campus as safe as possible through consistent and enhanced cleaning and sanitizing practices:

  • Cleaning of high touch-points in common areas will increase.
  • Rooms and bathrooms will not be cleaned by the College. This is the responsibility of the resident.
Visitation/Hall Access

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, visitation hours, or number of guests allowed in the building and my room may temporarily change to address campus response.

At this time, housing is reviewing implementation of a phased approach to visitation. We would begin the semester with no visitation for the first 3 weeks. Following evaluation of the transmission of COVID-19, and in consultation with health experts, we could move to limited visitation.

Residents and visitors must follow campus mask guidelines implemented by health experts (i.e. if State Tech is requiring masks based on CDC and local health department guidelines, visitation policy will follow the same requirements).

On-Campus Housing Information

Items provided in each State Tech dorm room

  • 2 Loft beds
  • 2 Desks and 2 Chairs
  • Closet Space (3 dresser drawers in each closet)
  • Basic Cable hookup
  • High Speed internet
  • Private Bathroom

Amenities in the Housing Commons

  • Access to Mailboxes
  • Pool tables, ping pong table, TV, Vending Machines, washers and dryers
  • Full Kitchen with range/oven
  • Lounge area
  • Nearby park with basketball goals, volleyball courts, BBQ grills, horseshoe pits, and picnic tables.

Suggested Items to bring to State Tech

  • Pillow/Pillow cases
  • 2 sets of XL Twin Sheets
  • 2 blankets
  • Towels (3 each of bath, hand, and face)
  • Twin XL mattress pad
  • Comforter/bedspread
  • Laundry detergent, dryer sheets
  • Clothes hangers
  • Laundry bag/basket
  • Drying Rack
  • Area Rug
  • Desk Lamp
  • Dishes, utensils
  • Trash Can
  • Bath Mat
  • TV
  • Shower Curtain
  • Cleaning Supplies – Toilet cleaner, shower cleaner, dish soap, all-purpose cleaner with bleach
  • Toiletries –Shampoo, body wash, soap, toilet paper, medicine, , etc.
  • Mini Fridge
  • Small Microwave
  • Storage Bins
  • Surge Protector
  • Ethernet cord for computer or gaming console
  • Shower Caddy
  • Charcoal if you like to grill

Additional Amenities Available

  • Local phone service
  • Digital cable TV
  • High-speed Internet access
  • Electricity, trash, and water
  • Ground source heat pumps provide year round comfort for cooling and heating
  • Each room has a private bathroom, which includes a toilet, sink, storage space, vanity mirror, and a shower

Parking for On-Campus Housing

  • Students living in student housing will receive a permit allowing parking in the student housing lots. Only residents with State Tech blue housing parking stickers are allowed to park in the resident parking lots.
  • Students living in student housing shall not park in any lots other than those in student housing. Residents should park in the lots nearest his/her cottage in the designated resident lots.
  • Students who need special parking due to disability conditions should use the spaces noted by appropriate signs. Only vehicles with state stickers or hangtags denoting disability may use these spaces.
  • Visitors should use the visitor lot near the Commons or park on another nonresident lot and walk to the housing community. Violators will be fined. Parking in two spots, on sidewalks, grass, landscaped areas, curbs, or blocking driveways will result in a traffic fine.
  • Student parking space in the residential community is for parking only. Storage of RV’s, trailers, boats, bikes, ATV’s, any unlicensed vehicle, or of vehicles that are inoperative is prohibited. Violation of any parking rules will result in a fine.

Mailing and Deliveries for On-Campus Housing

  • Students that live on campus are provided with a mailbox with the same number as they room they are assigned (A1, A2, B3, etc.) and a corresponding key. This mailbox is where you will receive all mail/packages.  These mailboxes are located in the Southeast area of the Commons, outside the Housing Office. If you do not know the location of your mailbox, please contact your Resident Assistant (RA) for assistance.
  • The RA on duty will distribute mail daily shortly after they come on duty at 5:00 PM. The RA will bring all mail directly to the Commons and place it in the appropriate mailboxes.  Any mail that does not fit in a mailbox will be stored in the Housing Office. The Resident Assistant will contact students who have packages in the Housing Office after the have distributed the mail when their shift begins at 5:00 PM. The RA will schedule a time to pick up packages with the resident during the on duty schedule. Residents will only be able to pick up packages addressed to them. Student ID will be required to pick up packages.
  • There is no mail delivery on Saturdays, Sundays or when the campus is closed.
  • Please use the following address template for deliveries:Student Name
    State Technical College of Missouri
    1 Technology Drive
    Cottage Letter, Room Number
    Linn, MO 65051

Residential Governance Association

  • Students in on campus housing have a governance body; the Residential Governance Association (RGA). The primary objective of the group is to develop and maintain a sense of community within the on-campus housing system. The group organizes several  resident activities, fundraisers, and meetings.
  • RGA is an affiliate of the Student Government Association (SGA). RGA has four elected officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. These officers work hand-in-hand with the SGA and the Resident Assistants.
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