Living on campus can provide students with the opportunities to socialize, meet new people, get involved with a variety of activities, form relationships and learn about other cultures. Studies have shown that students who reside on campus tend to have better grades and attendance than those who live off campus. Residents are more likely to become active in student-led organizations and campus life. With this in mind, we look forward to having you live on campus during your time at Galveston College. Get involved! Stay active! Go Whitecaps!
Abe and Annie Seibel Student Residences | Corner of Ave. R & 39th St., Galveston, TX 77550
Whitecaps Apartments | 3916 Avenue Q, Galveston, TX 77550
House | Galveston College owns several houses along 41st St. & Ave. Q ½, all within easy walking distance
of the campus
The information below is for the fall and spring semesters only.
|Processing Fee||(one-time; non-refundable)||$||100|
|Room Deposit||(refundable – See Residence Life Handbook for details)||$||200|
|Room Charge||Annual (fall through spring) contract; non-refundable||$|
|Seibel Residences||80||$1,500 per semester or $3,000 annually|
|Whitecaps Apartments||23||$1,500 per semester or $3,000 annually|
|House at 3815 Q 1/2||6||$1,500 per semester or $3,000 annually|
|House and Garage Apartments at 2223 Ave R||10||$1,350 per semester or $2,700 annually|
|House at 3802 Ave R||6||$1,350 per semester or $2,700 annually|
|Meal Plan||(per semester)||$||1,812 /$3,624 annually. Price does not include 6.25% sales tax|
All residents MUST purchase the meal plan.
Current Room and Board Rates ( Prices do not include sales tax)
NOTE: During the 2019-2020 academic year, a room with a shared bathroom had a per semester cost of $1,200 per student or $2,400 annually, and the mandatory meal plan had a per semester cost of $1,344 per student or $2,688 annually.
Fees are subject to change without notice.
Room and Meal Plan Refunds
What do you need to be accepted into the Galveston College Student Housing program?
Dates and Deadlines
|April 1st – priority date for housing applicants including $300 for application fee and deposit.|
|July 1st – Students must demonstrate ability to pay room/board via Financial Aid, Scholarships, or payment plan with the business office.|
|August 30th – General student population move-in and orientation|
|August 31st – Classes begin|
Forms and Contact Information
Student Life Coordinator: Vacant
Associate Vice President for Student Services: Ron Crumedy
Administrative Assistant: Kay Reagan