At South Plains College, residence halls are not just a place to eat and sleep; they are an integral part of college life. SPC provides full-time students, carrying 12 or more semester hours, with modern, comfortable and affordable housing. Living in a residence hall provides the opportunity to meet new friends and associate with other students from diverse backgrounds. In the process, students grow and develop as people, capable of taking on the responsibilities of living with others.
Currently, SPC has 12 residential housing facilities with a capacity of housing 774 students. Residence halls are furnished and air-conditioned, providing a comfortable living environment. Each residence hall feature a central lobby for socializing and studying, Wi-Fi access, computer access, vending machines and access to on-campus laundry facilities. All buildings at SPC, including residence halls, are smoke-free. Residential staff reside in and supervise the facility and help students adjust to college life. Additionally, SPC provides licensed Texas Peace Officers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Residence Halls and Covid-19
An important letter regarding residence halls and Covid-19 was sent to all residents on November 5, 2020. Click here to read the letter.
Covid-19 Letter FAQs
Are residence halls going to close after the Thanksgiving break?
- No. All residence halls will remain open until the end of the fall 2020 semester, December 11, 2020. Out of an abundance of caution and with the health and safety of the SPC community in mind, students who are enrolled in on-line classes only are encouraged to stay at their permanent address after the Thanksgiving break. Again, residence halls will remain open for any student who is enrolled in face-to-face classes or cannot find a suitable off-campus living arrangement.
How do I check out of my room if I choose not to return after the Thanksgiving break?
- Please contact your Hall Director and he or she will assist you with the move-out process. The SPC Residence Life department encourages open communication with your Hall Director with any questions or concerns you may have during this time. They are here to help!
If I choose not to return to the residence halls after Thanksgiving, will I still be allowed to live on campus for the spring semester?
- Yes! At this time, SPC is prepared to welcome any student who wishes to live on campus for the spring 2021 semester. Updates regarding the spring 2021 semester will be sent to all residents' SPC email address at a later time.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Residence Life office at (806)716-2379 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To Apply for Housing:
Complete your fall 2020 or spring 2021 application here.
You must log-in to MySPC with your SPC username and password to access the housing application.
**The $100 security deposit is only required for first-time applicants and not for returning residents**
Learn more about each residence hall below.
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These three halls feature identical floorplans and are often referred to as the triplets.