Residence Life

You are about to embark on the most exciting and challenging experiences of your lifetime.

By living on campus, you have the convenience of living near classrooms and the opportunity to participate in student activities and campus programs.

Congratulations! You have chosen to live and become a community member in the residential halls at Denmark Technical College. You are about to embark on the most exciting and challenging experiences of your lifetime, You have a tremendous opportunity to learn more about yourself, other cultures, and the world around you while living on campus. By living on campus, you have the convenience of living near classrooms and the opportunity to participate in student activities and campus programs. So come and experience the difference as you begin your path to academic excellence!

Just follow the steps below to begin your journey.

Complete a Housing Application with a $75.00 non-refundable application fee here.

 Submit a completed, physician signed immunization record medical form, here. Incomplete medical forms will not be considered for housing. Documentation of the following immunizations are required to reside on campus:

  • Administration of tetanus toxoid booster within last 5 years.
  • Administration of trivalent oral polio vaccine (Sabin) series.
  • Administration of rubella (Red Measles) live virus after January 1, 1957.
  • Administration of rubella (German Measles) vaccine with live virus after June 1, 1969, if born after January 1, 1957.
  • Tuberculin skin test (PPD) within the last 12 months. If tuberculin test is positive, a negative x-ray must be documented within 6 months prior to admission.

Upon receipt of the Housing Application, $75.00 non-refundable deposit, and a completed medical form, the Office of Residential Life will mail the Student Housing Contract Agreement Form and Parent Consent Form (for students under the age of 18) for student signature.

FAQs

Enrollment Building 27 Room 105

 All room and board costs can be found here

Residents of all halls are required to participate in the College meal plan. During academic breaks, the dining hall is closed and reopened upon students return.

Research in student development indicate that residential living supports student transition to a college or university. Residential living may ease the transition to the DTC environment and provide significant support for the inherent challenges of heightened academic rigor and increased independence in the first year of college. The office of Residence Life provides each student with a Living Learning Guide.

No, housing is closed during holidays and breaks

An LLC or Living-Learning Community is an environment afforded to students with similar academic interest to reside together and participate in programs that supports their academic, social, and personal growth and development.

No. While we strongly encourage students to live on campus to experience all that DTC has to offer, it is not required.

The Office of Residence Life is committed to working to meet the housing needs of all students in a nurturing community that values diversity and promotes the dignity of all people. While the Office of Residence Life focuses on creating an inclusive environment where students can live and learn securely regardless of sex, gender, gender identity, or gender expression, all students who have concerns in this area are required to contact the Office of Residence Life at (803) 793-5154 or hintons@denmarktech.edu.

All residence halls issues are handled by the Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life Dr. Hinton at (803) 793-5154 or hintons@denmarktech.edu.

Dr. Samuel Hinton

Dean of Students

hintons@denmaektech.edu

Marcus Terry

Assistant Director of Residence Life

terrym@denmaektech.edu

Frankeisha Williams

Residnece Hall Director - Dawkins Hall

williamsf@denmaektech.edu

Residence Life Mission Statement
 
The Office of Residence Life at Denmark Technical College, in support of the College’s mission and vision is committed to developing a safe and supportive living and learning environment, through the implementation of innovative learning programming and academic interventions.
 
Our mission is accomplished by providing:
 
  • Excellent customer service, high quality, prompt delivery of said service.
  • Exceptional living conditions, safe, accessible, and functional facilities.
  • Intentional educational programming to positively affect student maturity, retention, engagement, and academic excellence.
  • By embracing the promotion of value of the human person a community of holistic students will be developed.

Housing Application

By living on campus, you have the convenience of living near classrooms and the opportunity to participate in student activities and campus programs.

Residence Life Maintenance

Need assistance? Please use the form below to submit a request.