On Campus Living is an important part of college experience. It is a way to make new friends and join a variety of educational, cultural, social and recreational activities. As part of the SBC new campus, on campus family housing is available on a first come first served basis by applying to the Campus Housing Office. Applications are online at our website or calling 701-854-8000 for an application. Sitting Bull College currently offers eighteen low income, single family 2 and 3 bedroom homes for rent on a six month lease basis.
Head of Household that is 18 years of age or older, must be a full time student, not on or going on suspension, qualify as a family, meet income guidelines and provide all required information for complete application. If a full time household of students must meet one of the 6 exemptions as defined by Section 42 of Internal Revenue Code: A student has been previously under the custody of a foster care system; A student is single parent when neither the parent-student nor their children can be claimed as a dependent on the tax return of someone else; All adults in the household are married and filing a joint tax return; A student is a veteran, honorably discharged; A student is receiving welfare benefits (TANF or AFDC); A student is enrolled in a job training program which receives assistance under the Workforce Invest Act (WIA).
Income is more than 60% of median Sioux County area income, incomplete application, do not meet one of the 6 student exemptions if a household of full time students, has an outstanding debt with SBC with no repayment agreement, currently on suspension, not currently or previously been charged/convicted with a felony or drug related crime, on or off Standing Rock, and or been evicted from any housing authority within the last 5 years.
Selection of applicants is completed by the SBC Director of Housing and is based on Eligibility/Priority requirements, ability to pay rent, academic standing, enrolled member of SRST or enrolled member of any federally recognized tribe.
IV. RENTAL RATES
Rental rates are approximately $400 - $500 per month dependent upon the unit set aside. A security deposit equivalent to first month rent along with first month rent is due at the time of lease signing. Deposit may be returned to the applicant upon move out if unit shows no damages beyond normal wear and tear and or no outstanding debt to SBC.
Efficiency Apartment Policy
Sitting Bull College Housing Program encourages students to live on campus for the convenience of access to the college resources and classes. SBC provides a safe and comfortable efficiency apartment for students and their roommates while attending classes at SBC.
Must be a current student at Sitting Bull College. No current or past debt to SBC, not currently on or going on suspension at SBC. Ability to pay rent, not currently or previously been charged/convicted with a felony or drug related crime, on or off Standing Rock.
Selection of applicants is completed by SBC Director of Housing and is on a first come first served basis dependent on eligibility requirements. Orientation will take place once a student has been approved to move in. SBC encourages students to apply early for potential move in prior to the start of classes.
III. RENTAL RATES
Rental rates are approximately $250 per month. A security deposit equivalent to first month rent along with first month rent is due at the time of lease signing. Deposit may be returned to the applicant upon move out if unit shows no damages beyond normal wear and tear and or no outstanding debt to SBC. Students who move out during summer months and wish to return in the following semester have the option to reserve their deposit and apply it to the returning semester deposit.
Housing and Apartments
Orientation for housing and apartments is required at time of signing of lease and prior to move in. Handbooks, violations and other policies are provided to the tenant once orientation concludes and are included in lease.
All tenants must comply with Campus Security and SBC Housing personnel. Entry must be given upon request and for scheduled inspections, maintenance repairs. Campus Security may enter a unit to conduct a welfare check and or for any suspected lease violations that warrant entry.