Residence Hall Life
Some of your most lasting friendships may come through your college roommates. You will find that the students and staff at PCC are friendly and will help you throughout your college career.
Residence hall rooms may have up to four occupants. Your room will have either a private or adjoining bathroom, standard twin-size beds, closet and dresser space, a desk, chairs, and shelving.
In addition to the conveniences listed below, each residence hall has vending areas, ice machines, microwaves, and vacuums. If any of these machines do not operate properly, please report it to the lobby desk worker. If you need a refund, go to AC 113 during office hours, 8 a.m.–4:45 p.m. Mon.–Fri. Students with a doctor's note verifying special dietary needs or prescriptions needing to be refrigerated may have a compact (3.1 cu.ft. or smaller) Energy Star certified refrigerator only.
Washers and dryers accept payment by PCC Card. Since powdered detergent clogs the machines, use only non-chlorinated bleach and High-efficiency (HE) liquid laundry detergent. For propriety, men and women may not do each other’s laundry.
You may reclaim any left-behind clothing for up to one week at the Residence Manager’s (RM) office. After that, go to Lost and Found in the Commons.
On the ground floor of each residence hall is a convenience store (Pelican for women and Gearbox for men) offering personal care items, clothing and academic supplies, and food and drink products. Times are posted on Eagle’s Nest and on the store’s entrance. PCC Card and credit or debit card are accepted.
Music Practice Studios
Studios are available on the ground floor of Bradley Tower (for women) and Young Tower (for men). The practice rooms in the Visual and Performing Arts building are reserved for music majors and minors.
Women’s Fitness Rooms
Fitness rooms are provided on the ground floor of women’s residence halls and are open during the times posted on the fitness room doors.
Hall Bulletin Boards
Bulletin boards located on each floor keep you aware of current information. Room sale signs need to first be approved by your Residence Manager and then may be posted on residence hall bulletin boards only.