Living on Campus

 

Department of Campus Life Mission Statement

Our mission in Campus Life is to provide accessible, affordable, quality housing that contributes to our student’s acquisition of a quality education.

Department of Campus Life Vision Statement Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Campus Life programs and services create a positive environment that actively engages students in the collegiate experience and help to build school spirit, character, and morale throughout the year while residing in the residence halls.


Why should I live on campus? At Colorado Northwestern, we provide our students the opportunity for academic and personal growth. Our on-campus-living choices allow for our students to achieve individual growth through the following:

  • Establish life-long relationships
  • Participate in academic and social programs
  • Convenient access to classes and campus resources
  • Restricted access to non-residence

Holiday Break Shuttles: A shuttle will be running Friday, December 16th from Rangely to Grand Junction, leaving at 8am. The returning shuttle will be on Sunday, January 8th arriving in Grand Junction at 12pm. Last shuttle of the spring semester will run Thursday, May 4th leaving Rangely at 8am.

Please plan your flights accordingly, and send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve a spot on the shuttle at least 3 days prior to the shuttle date. Prices will vary depending on the number of students taking the shuttle.  

Shuttle Services 2022-2023 The Department of Campus Life provides shuttles to and from Grand Junction Regional Airport for students needing transportation to and from campus. Rates for the shuttle are dependent upon the number of students taking the shuttle. The shuttle schedule below details the shuttles and their corresponding times. Unfortunately, we are not able to offer shuttle services outside of the times listed. Students interested in taking the shuttle should send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve a spot on the shuttle at least 3 days prior to the shuttle date.

Fall 2022 Semester

Fall Student Arrivals Thursday, Aug. 18th 12:00 pm – Depart Grand Junction Airport to Rangely *** This shuttle is for new students attending New Student Orientation only

Sunday, Aug. 21st @ 12:00 p.m. – Depart Grand Junction Airport to Rangely *** This shuttle is for returning students

If you need a shuttle from Vernal UT or the gray hound station please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make this arrangement  

End of Semester Thursday Dec. 15th @ 8:00 a.m. – Depart Rangely to Grand Junction

Spring 2023 Semester

Spring Student Arrivals Sunday Jan. 8th @ 12:00 p.m. – Depart Grand Junction Airport to Rangely

End of semester Thursday May 4th @ 8:00am – Depart Rangely to Grand Junction Airport  

Rangely Housing

Colorado Northwestern-Rangely offers a safe place for students to live, while making the most of their social and academic lives. The Rangely campus has three residence halls that house the majority of our students, making living on campus a convenience and a great way to get involved! Our Residence Halls are: Ross - Nichols - Holland

Rangely Room and Board Charges per semester

Ross Hall Double $1,515.00
Ross Hall Single $2,251.00
Holland East Hall Single $1,837.00
Holland Hall Apartment (West) $600.00/month
Nichols Hall Single $1,768.00
14 Meals per Week Plan $2,530.00
19 Meals per Week Plan $2,663.00

* Ross Hall singles will only be awarded if space is available

  How do I apply to live in the Residence Halls?

  1.  Apply for housing by clicking here, or by scrolling to the bottom of this page.
  2. Once your application has been received and processed, you will receive a confirmation email for your application submission. If you do not receive a confirmation email by the following week, please contact the Department of Campus Life at (970) 675-3220.
  3. Contact the Cashiers office at (970) 675-3278 to pay your $200 housing deposit. The hours of operation for the Cashiers office is Monday – Friday 9 am to 4 pm. In order to reserve your application spot, your housing deposit must be paid.
  4. Following the confirmation of payment of your housing deposit, you will be assigned a residence hall room. You will be notified of your room assignment in the month of July. All housing assignments are made on a first come, first serve basis.

 

For additional information on housing options, contact

campus-badge-rangely-sidebar Associate Director of Campus Life
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Office: 970-675-3229
Campus Life Coordinator
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Office: 970-675-3220

 

The Craig campus is surrounded by a supportive community with multiple housing options from apartments and condominiums, to private homes.

Country Living Realty

304 W Victory Way

(970) 824-0223 

40 North Furnished Rentals and
Extended Stay Housing

1055 Moffat, Co Rd 7

(970) 926-0216 

Ridgeview West Apartments

615 Riford Rd

(970) 367-7776

Columbine Apartments

655 Wickes Ave

(970) 824-8127

Highland Green Apartments

807 Legion St A31

(970) 819-3660

Elkhorn Apartments

1175 W 6th St

(970) 824-1932

Frontier Apartments LLC

555 1st Ave W

(509) 295-3118

Timberglen Apartments

3465 Douglas St # 14A

(970) 701-8355

Brass Key Realty Ltd

840 W Victory Way

(970) 824-7086

Remington Village Apartments

1125 W 6th St

(970) 300-1661

Deer Valley Apartments

755 E Victory Way

(970) 620-0686

Wild Skies Cabin Rentals

100 Co Rd 30

(970) 926-0216

Cornerstone Realty

508 Yampa Ave

(970) 824-4455

King Homes and Land Realty, LLC

504 W Victory Way

(970) 701-3463

 

Other places to check are Craig buy/sell/trade, local news paper and the bulletin boards at CNCC


Housing Forms

CNCC Housing Application
Roommate Change Request
Residence Hall Recommended Packing List
Guest Registration Form

CNCC Student Handbook 

About CNCC

Colorado Northwestern is one college in two Colorado communities. Depending on what you want to study, CNCC has the perfect surroundings and facilities to meet your needs. Founded in 1962 as “Rangely College,” CNCC now serves nearly 1,800 students on two campuses, two service centers and online. Our two campuses are located in Craig and Rangely and are 90 miles apart in the mountains and canyons of Northwestern Colorado.

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