Residence Hall Application

Ready to apply for housing in our residence halls? Our residence hall application and license agreement is available online through Gila Hank . If you have not been admitted as a student to EAC you will need to complete that process before submitting a housing application.

Fill it Out Online

  1. Log into Gila Hank
  2. Click on Housing and Meals
  3. Click on Housing Options
  4. Click the Housing Application button

Or Print it and Send it in

Print the PDF version of the form, fill it out at your leisure and mail it or bring it to us. Requires Adobe Acrobat reader .

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Housing Agreement Provisions

Following are the "Terms and Conditions" governing application for, assignment to, and occupancy of the residence halls at Eastern Arizona College. The College reserves the right to deny campus housing, change room assignments, or remove a student from campus housing if it is felt to be in the best interest of the student and/or the College. A student must be 18 by 45th day of semester to live in an on-campus residence hall.

Room Availability

The 370 spaces in Campus Housing are at a premium especially during Fall Semester. There is typically a waiting list for the Traditional Halls in the Fall and, at times, both semesters for Residence Towers. Assignments are made in the following order of priority:

  1. Returning residential students
  2. Room Scholarship recipients in Traditional Halls only*
  3. New students by date of receipt of application and $150 deposit
  4. All part-time students on a space-available basis only

*All applications for Residence Towers are handled in chronological order. There are no spaces reserved for scholarship recipients.

Application and Assignment Procedure

  1. Apply early. Your place on the Housing Assignment List is based on the date of receipt of the completed application and $150 deposit. Authorize credit card payment to Eastern Arizona College. You may also pay with a credit card by calling the Fiscal Office at 1-800-678-3808 Ext. 8223.
  2. Within two weeks of submission, you should receive an email acknowledging receipt.
  3. By mid-May (December for Spring Semester Housing), our returning students will have completed their reservation process and the Housing Office can determine the number of spaces available for new students.
  4. In early June (mid-December for Spring Semester Housing), a Housing assignment letter along with a roommate preference questionnaire will be emailed to applicant. From that point on, assignment letters are emailed to new applicants to fill spaces as they may come available throughout the reservation period.
  5. In early July, check-in informational packets will be emailed to assigned applicants. If you do not want your room, you have until July 15 (December 15 for Spring Semester Housing) to request a refund of your $150 deposit .
  6. Communication will be by email or U.S. mail, and occasionally by telephone. It is your responsibility to access these communications in a timely manner. The Housing Office is available throughout the year to verify receipt of applications/deposits and check on hall space availability.

Campus Housing Waiting List

Do not panic! Waiting lists are a normal part of campus housing. If you are placed on a waiting list, please call the Housing Office at 1-800-678-3808 Ext. 8605 to determine your current status. College students' plans change constantly and the waiting list can change from moment to moment. Residence hall spaces become available continually throughout the reservation process. You can contact the Housing Office to check your reservation status at any time.

Residence Towers Waiting List

If you are on a waiting list for Residence Towers, you may be assigned to a Traditional Hall (Mark Allen, Nellie Lee, Wesley Taylor) until a space becomes available in Residence Towers. When a space becomes available for you, you will be contacted by email or by Residence Life Staff notifying you of your status and a time frame in which you are to move into Residence Towers.

If you do not move within the time frame established, or, opt to stay in a traditional hall, your name will be passed and the next person on the waiting list will be notified. The difference in room cost for Residence Towers must be paid prior to checking in. The Housing Office can assist you in determining that cost. If you prefer to wait off campus instead of being assigned to a traditional hall, please notify the Housing Office.


You will be charged for individual damages/false alarms and/or community damages/false alarms for which the responsible party remains unidentified. You can help reduce your costs by locking room and hall/community doors, limiting visitors, and identifying students causing damage.


The $150 deposit is your reservation deposit. If you do not move into campus housing, it will be refunded if:

  • You cancel on or before July 15 for Fall Semester or December 15 for Spring Semester; or
  • You are on a waiting list for campus housing and ask to be removed from the list. If you move into campus housing, the $150 converts to your damage deposit. It will be refunded minus any individual or community damages if you move out of campus housing after the end of the late registration period for that semester. The damage deposit carries over from semester-to-semester when you reserve your room as a returning student. You will be required to pay any damage costs incurred so that the deposit remains at $150 at all times. It takes 3-4 weeks after check-out to process a refund. You should not expect the money to be available at departure.
  • Students who cancel a residence hall reservation on or before the day the residence hall opens will be eligible for a full refund of room costs. Students who cancel or move out of a residence hall by the close of registration will be eligible for a 50 percent refund of room costs. There is no refund of housing costs after the end of registration.
  • Student must check out with Head Resident to be eligible for refund and be released from responsibility for room.


The halls open a few days before classes begin. You will be notified of the date by email. Your room and meals must be paid for on this date or you will lose your reservation. If you do not claim your room in person or by telephone by 5 p.m. of the first day of classes, your space will be reassigned.

Hall Closures

All halls close for Semester break and Spring Break. Halls are not open during the summer. Residents are required to be out of the hall during the dates of each closure. Returning residents can leave personal items in room during the semester and Spring Break.

Residence Hall Standards

All hall residents are expected to be knowledgeable of all the guidelines included in the Residence Life Handbook . The following is a summary of regulations you are required to follow immediately upon check-in:

  • Smoking and tobacco use are not permitted in any campus building. No smoking is allowed within 50 feet of any residence hall.
  • Possession, consumption or being in the presence of alcohol is prohibited in the residence halls and on the entire campus.
  • Possession, use, sale, or distribution of illegal drugs or using controlled substances/prescriptions in excess of prescribed use is against the law and a violation of the Student Coded of Conduct. Residents may not have drugs and/or related paraphernalia in the halls or on campus.
  • All weapons, simulated weapons, or paintball apparatus are prohibited in all campus areas. Possession and/or use on campus will result in immediate expulsion from EAC.
  • Behavior that may result in personal injury or damage to property is not acceptable. This includes practical jokes and tampering with alarms.
  • You will be charged $50 for each lost key in Traditional Halls and $62.50 in Residence Towers.
  • You will be charged $50 for activating alarmed-equipped doors during a non-emergency. If the culprit is unknown, the charge will be shared as a community damage charge.
  • You are expected to follow the visitation regulations established for each hall. It is your responsibility to read and be knowledgeable of the posted hours.
  • You are responsible for the behavior of your guests. You must inform them of residence life policies.
  • You are responsible for the security of your living area and vehicles. Keep your doors locked and belongings secured. The College is not responsible for loss, damage, or theft of personal property.
  • You are responsible for the loss, damage, or theft of College property in your assigned areas.
  • Theft will result in the loss of campus living privileges, possible expulsion from EAC, and possible legal actions taken against you.
  • Roller blades, skateboards, and bicycles cannot be used on campus sidewalks or in any building on campus.
  • Microwaves are allowed in any residence hall room/suite. Microwaves are provided in common areas of the hall for resident use.

The College reserves the right to inspect rooms for cleanliness, safety, repairs, and/or compliance with policies and rules.

For a comprehensive list of Residence Hall regulations and policy, a copy of the Residence Life Handbook can be found at

Residence Hall Cost Information for 2021-2022

The refundable $150 Reservation Deposit must be authorized as part of the submission of this application. This deposit is NOT covered by scholarships or financial aid.

Room and Board Costs must be paid prior to the first day of hall check-in at the beginning of each semester or your room reservation will be cancelled. Students who cancel a residence hall reservation on or before the day the residence halls open will be eligible for a full refund of room costs. Students who cancel or move out of a residence hall by the close of registration will be eligible for a 50% refund of room costs. There is no refund of housing cost after the end of registration.



Traditional Halls



Residence Towers



Cost difference between
Traditional and Towers



Traditional Hall Room scholarship recipients, who are assigned to Residence Towers, must personally pay the additional cost for the Residence Towers before checking in. It is not included in the room scholarship.

Board Cost Information for 2021-2022

All residential students are required to purchase a meal plan. All meal plans are a “declining balance.” Plans can have value added by student if necessary.

Cafeteria Meal Plans:

Plan A

$2700 per semester

Plan B

$2100 per semester

Plan C

$500 per semester

If you are participating in summer placement testing, you may visit the Housing Office located in the lobby of the Residence Towers. Please stop by and check on your housing status.

Meal plans may be changed through the end of registration for that semester.

If you have Housing and/or Meal Plan questions, please call 1-800-678-3808 Ext. 8605 or (928) 428-8605.

Eastern Arizona College welcomes qualified students without regard to sex, age, race, color, disability or national origin. EAC adheres to Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972. EAC is in full compliance with the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990. See the College Catalog for crime statistics .