Housing & Dining
365体育备用网址The Office of Residence Life gives students opportunities for growth during their college experience. These experiences include programming within the residence halls, community service around campus or simply creating friendships among neighbors. While living in the residence hall community, students are given the opportunity to enhance their social skills and build lasting relationships.
It is the mission of the Rocky Mountain College Office of Residence Life to provide students with a safe residential living community that supports the academic experience through community responsibility and offers opportunities for success.
- Facilitate and encourage student responsibility within the College community.
- Provide for the safety and health of the residential community.
- Support and contribute to student success.
- Develop student leadership and create opportunities for students to engage the campus and community as leaders.
Please feel free to contact the Office of Residence Life with any questions you may have. We hope that you enjoy your on-campus living experience.
Dining on Campus
Rocky Mountain College requires that all students living in Widenhouse Hall or Anderson Hall to have either a Carte Blanche Meal Plan or a 10-Meal Plan. Students living in Rimview Hall, Jorgenson Hall, or off campus are welcome to purchase a meal plan; however, it is not required.
365体育备用网址The dining room has many features, including the My Zone Allergy Free area, which caters to guests with peanut, tree nut, and gluten allergies. Students with specific dietary needs are encouraged to discuss those with the Campus Dining Manager to ensure our dining options meet your needs.
View more information on the dining services and meal plans.