Northeastern Residence Life
Residence Life

Apply for Housing

We are thrilled that you are considering Northeastern as your home away from home! Priority will be given on a first come, first serve basis, so students are encouraged to apply early. Freshman are generally required to live on campus for the first year. All residents are required to have a meal plan.

1. Complete the online housing application.

2. Pay the $150.00 housing deposit. (See the cancellation policy below.)

  • By debit/credit card: Call 970-521-6728

  • By check - Mail to: Northeastern Junior College Residence Life, 100 College Avenue, Sterling, CO 80751

3. Submit proof of immunizations. (This should include 2 (two) MMR's and a meningococcal vaccination from within the last 5 years.)

  • By email: Kelli.Herzog@njc.edu

  • By fax: 1-970-521-6818

  • By mail: Northeastern Junior College Residence Life, 100 College Avenue, Sterling, CO 80751

You can download the Certificate of Immunization for College/University Students here.

The meningococcal vaccination is not required by law, but it is recommended. However, proof of receiving the vaccine or a waiver is required to be on file. The waiver can be found on page 2 of the Certificate of Immunization.

In addition to completing the housing application, please be aware that the deposit must be paid and the proof of immunizations be submitted before a room can officially be reserved.

Cancellation Policy:

  • Cancellation must be initiated by either filling out a written request to the Department of Residence Life or by filling out the Housing Cancellation Form here.

  • A full refund will be granted if a written request is postmarked on or before July 1st for the Fall semester and December 1st for the Spring semester, or within 30 days of initiating the contract after these initial cancellation dates.

  • Requests after the designated dates will not be honored and the deposit will be forfeited.

  • Students on waiting lists for the hall assignments after July 1 or December 1 are not subject to a forfeiture of deposit.