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.
To Apply for Housing:
If you are a first time applicant, you WILL NOT be able to access the housing application until the $100 security deposit* has been paid. You may submit your deposit via phone by calling 806-716-2408 or in person in the SPC Business Office. The application will become available 24 hours after paying your housing deposit.
Complete your Summer and/or Fall 2022 housing 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.
|Please call the Student Housing Office at 806-716-2379 if you have any questions.|
Learn more about each residence hall below.
These suite-style rooms are larger than the average dorm room, have more modern furnishings, and a large bathroom area with additional storage, double lavatories, and a tub and shower combination. More>>
These three halls feature identical floorplans and are often referred to as the triplets.