When you clicked on housing, you began to explore the possibility of living on campus. At Grayson, we believe that your first step to becoming your own person independently and socially is to expand your horizons and experience interaction with a group living environment that consists of students from different cultures, religions, and ethnic groups.
Living on campus will provide an overall educational experience that helps contribute to successful student development. This environment challenges you to develop socially, increase personal awareness, commit to serious learning, and share your ideas and goals among your peers.
Step 1: Submit application for admissions at https://gcapp.grayson.edu/
Step 2: Submit your housing application at https://grayson.edu/campus-life/housing/housing-application-and-cost.html
Step 3: Submit $100 housing application and $100 deposit (this reserves your room and priority rooms [singles/doubles] are on a first come first serve basis)
Step 4: Submit background check (fees nor fingerprints required)
Students will receive confirmation of items received/needed
Room placement will be complete on August 7th. Please contact the Housing Office with room assignment questions after August 10th at (903) 415-2642.
Friday, August 21st In order to adhere to CDC social distancing guidelines we are requesting the following check in times and accommodations:
(last name) A-D 9am O-S 1pm
E-I 10am T-Z 2pm
No small children/elderly guest Limit guests assisting in move-in to 3
Please bring only essential items [enough to pack up into one trip home: minimal clothes & appliances] *Grayson College Housing provides free laundry appliances for tenants*
**You must check-in during regular business hours, unless prior arrangements have been made in the housing office.**
We will continue to take applications with deposit/application fee even if space is not available at the time. This will generate a waiting list. You are encouraged to send in your application and $200 in early Spring.
You will need to contact the Residence Hall Coordinator to cancel your reservation. If you cancel after you have been assigned a bed, then the $100 application fee is non-refundable.
If you are on the waiting list, and a bed does not come available, you will receive 100% refund. You will need to contact the Residence Hall Coordinator, if you choose to come off the waiting list.
If you are on the waiting list and a room does not come available you will receive 100% refund on deposit.
Fall/Spring – You will need to be checkout, no later than noon on the Friday following semester finals. If you are planning on participating in graduation, then you will be allowed to stay until noon on Saturday. You will need to let the Residence Hall Supervisor know, prior to the Commencement Ceremony.