Bay College has apartment facilities for 100 students. The college apartments are located on the north end of the campus near the College Avenue entrance.
There are 21 four-person apartments and 8 two-person apartments. The four-person apartments are townhouses with two bedrooms and a bath upstairs, and kitchenette and living/dining area on the first floor. These apartments have a total of 814 square feet of living space. The two-person apartments have one bedroom, a bath, and a kitchenette/dining area. These apartments have 436 square feet of living space. Availability of two-person apartments is limited.
Heat, water, electricity, local telephone, expanded basic cable television, and high-speed internet are included in the rent charge. Long distance calling is not included.
Apartments are furnished with a twin bed and dresser for each student, as well as a kitchen table and chairs. Kitchens are equipped with a refrigerator and stove.
Looking for something to do? Students living in Bay College Apartments can receive free tickets to Campus Activities Board (CAB) shows! Talk with your Resident Assistant (RA) or the Director of Student Life to get your ticket. For a list of CAB shows, click here!
Estimated rent rates for 2015-2016 are:
2 Person/1 Bedroom Apartment--$1600* per student/per semester
4 Person/2 Bedroom Apartment--$1500* per student/per semester
Single rooms may also available. In a 2 person apartment, a student will have the apartment to him or herself. In a 4 person apartment, a student will have their own bedroom, and may share the rest of the apartment with up to two more people. The rent rates for singles are:
2 Person/1 Bedroom Single Apartment - $2500* per student/semester
4 Person/2 Bedroom Single Bedroom - $2250* per student/semester
*Estimated cost pending approval by the Bay College Board. Rates are set in June and may change per Board approval
Rent must be paid in full, covered entirely by financial aid, or student enrolled in FACTS payment plan by your tuition due date or your housing assignment may be canceled and your classes may be dropped.
If there is no space available when your application is received, you will be added to our waiting list and notified in writing. Your $150 security deposit must
be received with your application for it to be considered active. In the event that we are unable to provide housing for you, your deposit will be refunded to you in its entirety. If you cancel your Application for Student Housing, your deposit will be refunded in accordance to the schedule included on your application.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: When will I find out what apartment I am in? Roommates?
A: Housing Assignment letters are e-mailed to the student's Bay College e-mail address. For Fall semester, this occurs in early August. For Winter semester, this occurs in early January. These will contain your specific apartment assignment, roommate names and contact information, and check-in information. Housing charges for the semester will also be applied at that time.
Q: Can I have my own bedroom or apartment?
A: Single apartments and bedrooms may be available. Contact the Director of Student Life at dave.laur@baycollege or 906-217-4031 for more details.
Q: When can I move in for fall semester?
A: Student Housing will open on Friday, August 28, 2015. Check in begins at 8:30 AM and goes until 4:30 PM. Residents can also check-in anytime after that by stopping by apartments 6 or 7 to check in with the Resident Assistants.
Q: When can I move in for winter semester?
A: Student housing re-opens on Friday, January 8, 2016.
Q: Can I bring a pet?
A: The only pets allowed in Student Housing are fish in 20 gallon tank or smaller.
Q: What furniture is provided?
A: Each student is provided with a twin bed (standard twin, NOT extra long) and a dresser in the bedroom. A kitchen table and chairs are also provided.
STUDENT HOUSING POLICIES: The Student Housing Handbook will be updated and posted in June. Below is a link to last year's Student housing Handbook:
STUDENT HOUSING APPLICATIONS:
Applications and deposits should be returned to:
Director of Student Life
2001 N. Lincoln Road
Escanaba, MI 49829
For further assistance with Student Housing, please contact Dave Laur, Director of Student Life, at 906.217.4031 or firstname.lastname@example.org