Living on campus is convenient and affordable! Residents from all backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles and attitudes are welcomed and have the unique opportunity to interact with a large, diverse group of people while being in the heart of on-campus activities.

  • Campus Life

    Dining

    The dining hall is located on the north end of Wrangler Hall and serves three meals per day Monday through Friday. On Saturday and Sunday a long brunch is served along with an evening meal. Dining services are provided by Great Western Dining. 

    Supervisors

    Each residence hall is supervised. The supervisor assists with various residential needs and monitors conduct.  

    Mail

    The campus post office is located in the Student Union Building. Residential students should check periodically for mail.  

    Laundry

    Free washers and dryers are located in each residence hall--no quarters necessary! 

    Cable TV

    Extended cable and connections are provided in each room in the residence halls. 

    Internet

    Wireless internet is available in the Cyber-Cafe located in the Student Union Building and in the Library and surrounding area. Computer stations are available in the library and computer lab. All residence halls have wireless capability!  

    Student Union Building (SUB)

    The SUB is at the heart of the Cisco campus. In it you will find the Cyber-Cafe with wireless internet, snack bar, TV lounge, pool tables, video gaming center, bookstore and the mail room.

    Recreational Sports

    A recreational sports field and an outdoor basketball court are located at the west end of campus. Weights, cardio machines and racquetball are also available to students in the Fitness Center.

  • Residential Life

    Women enrolled at the Cisco campus live in Bivins, Memorial or Nance Hall, while men live in Cluck, Wrangler, Presidents or the Rodeo House. The residence halls house approximately 363 students and provide rooms furnished with beds, dressers, desks, chairs and closets. All residence halls are supervised, and have wireless capability. The cost of living in the dorms or rodeo house include the price of the meal plan which is 19 meals a week. Please note any unused meal plan swipes are not carried over to the following semester or refunded.

    Steps to Reserve a Room:

    1. Fill out the information on the Residence Hall Application
    2. Print out the completed application, sign and date each form
    3. Mail the application along with the required $100 application fee
    4. See the Student Handbook for residence hall policies

    Note that beds fill quickly, therefore send in your application early. Submission of the residence hall application does not guarantee the student a bed. Contact the Housing Office at (254) 442-5178 or email to confirm availability or to request additional information. Be sure to check out and like our Facebook Page, Cisco College Student Life for dorm photos and layouts.

    *Acceptance to Cisco College does not guarantee students a bed in a residence hall. All students must apply to live in a residence hall by submitting the Residence Hall Application.

  • Residence Halls

    Bivins Hall

    $1,950/ semester

    Generally houses the women’s basketball and volleyball teams as well as athletic trainers. Two women per room share a bathroom with suitemates. Some three-person rooms are available. 

    Cluck Hall

    $1,850/ semester

    Each building consists of two-person rooms and community showers and restrooms. Cluck houses the men’s baseball team, while Wrangler houses Band, Athletic Trainers, Cheerleaders and other students.

    Memorial Hall

    $1,850/ semester

    Consists of three-person rooms and community showers and restrooms. Memorial houses the women's soccer team.

    Nance Hall

    $1,950/ semester

    Two women per room share a bathroom with suitemates. Nance houses Women's Softball, Dance, Cheer, Band, Rodeo and other students.

    President's Hall

    $1,950/ semester

    Houses the men's football team. Two men per room share a bathroom with suitemates. Some three-person rooms are available. 

    Rodeo House

    $2,250/ semester

    Wrangler Hall

    $1,850/ semester

    Each building consists of two-person rooms and community showers and restrooms. Cluck houses the men’s baseball team, while Wrangler houses Band, Athletic Trainers, Cheerleaders and other students.

  • Residential Checklist

    Before heading off to school, be sure you bring a few things with you and leave a few things at home!

    Essentials

    • Bedding for extra-long twin beds, including mattress pad, blanket, two or three sheet sets, pillow, pillow cases. (If you already have deep pocket twin sheets, those work well on the extra-long twin beds.)
    • Towels and wash cloths
    • Laundry bag, detergent and dryer sheets
    • Alarm clock
    • Broom, dust pan, cleaning supplies
    • Waste basket
    • Medication and first aid supplies
    • Bath bucket with personal necessities, including soap, shampoo, razor, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.
    • Study supplies, including paper, pen, pencils, stapler, blank CDs, etc.
    • Suitcase or trunk with lock for protection of valuables

    Optional

    • Small fan
    • Mirror
    • Radio
    • Portable TV
    • Small refrigerator
    • Microwave
    • Power strip or surge protector
    • Snacks
    • Paper cups, plates and silverware for snacks

    Do Not Bring

    • Alcohol or drugs (students found with illegal substances will be subject to expulsion)
    • Weight lifting equipment
    • Waterbed
    • Electrical cooking appliances (anything with a heating element)
    • Incense
    • Candles
    • Pets
    • Darts and/or dartboard
    • Firearms, weapons or explosives, including fireworks, crossbows, pellet guns, paint guns, air guns, slingshots, brass knuckles or knives with blades larger than six inches