Important Dates:

Check often for new events and information!

Mailing Information:

CCC Provides both U.S. and campus mail services when classes are in session. Campus mail is a free service allowing you to correspond with other students or offices on campus. 

Inquire in the Mailroom daily. You may take outgoing mail to the Campus Mailroom, located in the Student Union. Stamps are not provided in the Campus Mailroom but are available for purchase in the Campus Bookstore. Make sure you provide a forwarding address during checkout.

Please address campus mail with the recipient’s name printed clearly on the envelope in the following format:

[Living Center Building and Room #]
1255 S Range Ave                                                                     
Colby, KS 67701



2017-2018 ROOM & BOARD 

*$175 deposit required for all rooms, $100 may be refunded pending room condition.
North Two Story--$4,692
Cost Per Plan$2,480$2,440


  1. Students must have a "" email address before applying for housing. If you have not already done so, please apply to Colby Community College first.

Meal Plan and Information:

Meal plans are required for all students living in campus housing. There are two options available that offer 15 or 19 meals a week. 

If you cannot make a meal time please contact Consolidated Food Management (Student Union) or a member of the dining staff regarding take-out meals. Consolidated works with students to provide dining options that fit their individual needs including take-out meals, gluten free, dairy free, etc.

Daily Offerings During the Academic Year

(Monday- Friday):

7:00-8:30am: Hot Breakfast

8:30-9:30am: Continental Breakfast

11:30am-1:30pm: Lunch

12:30pm-1:30pm: Grab and go Lunch

5:00-6:45pm: Dinner

(Saturday & Sunday):

10:30am-1:00pm: Brunch

5:00-6:00pm: Dinner


Policy Information:

As a resident, you are responsible to review and know the policies found in the Residence Life Handbook as well as the student code of conduct which may be found here. Please read the contents thoroughly. If you have any questions, please ask a staff member. Failure to abide by these policies may result in unintended behaviors and consequences, such as summons to appear before the student conduct board and/or sanctions. Please take your responsibility as a member of this community seriously.

What To Bring:

Every year, students come to college and forget one thing or another at home. We've done our best to prepare the best possible list of items a student could want or need for their time on campus. That list is available below:

What To Bring

With that, please review the list of items not to bring to avoid issues with move-in or living on campus, either from safety concerns or policy violations.