Costs - $2,500/semester
A one-time housing deposit of $100 must be paid before a student will be assigned
an apartment in Southeast Tech Housing. The deposit will remain on the account for
the duration of the student’s residency and is non-refundable.
The Housing Deposit will not be used to pay for damages, fines or other fees incurred during the duration of residency. Such charges, fines and fees will be applied to a student’s account at the time they occur with payment expected within two weeks.
2020–2021 Contract Dates & Costs
All first-year students wanting to live in Southeast Tech's student housing are required to sign a contract for Fall and Spring semesters. The 2020-2021 housing contract starts on Friday, August 21, 2020 and ends on Friday, May 7, 2021. The cost is $5,000 for the entire contract ($2,500/semester).
The Housing contract can be canceled prior to July 1 without penalty. To cancel a contract without penalty you must contact Southeast Tech by 5 p.m. of the final working day of June. Beginning July 1, all signed contracts for the Fall semester will be considered binding. Residents hoping to be released from a Housing contract on or after July 1 will be subject to the Contract Replacement Process and will forfeit their Housing Deposit.
Students who move in mid-year will be charged a pro-rated amount based on the actual check-in date.
Southeast Tech students enrolled for 12 or more credits during a spring or fall semester are eligible for student housing during that semester. Students dropping below the required 12 credits may be removed from the housing complex.
Residents are expected to maintain satisfactory academic progress and a 2.0 cumulative
grade point average (GPA). Residents are also expected to be "active" students and
attend classes regularly. Residents who fail to maintain the required GPA or those
who have extended periods of unexcused absences from class may be removed from the
Each student who applies to reside in Southeast Tech Housing shall disclose on the application form whether the student is required or has ever been required to register as a sex offender pursuant to law. No person who is required by law to register as a sex offender may reside in any housing facility operated by Southeast Tech. Each student who applies to reside in Southeast Tech Housing shall disclose on the application form whether the student has a criminal history that includes conviction, guilty plea, no contest plea or suspended imposition of sentence involving a felony offense.
Southeast Tech does not provide family housing nor does it require students to live on campus.