If you have questions about housing and/or meal plans, contact the Student Life Office at 1-800-678-3808 Ext. 8605 or (928) 428-8605 or email@example.com
Generally residence halls open a few days before the beginning of classes to allow adequate time for student to get settled before beginning their course work. See the academic calendar for full details.
Although EAC housing and meal costs are among the lowest you'll find, they do tend to increase slightly from year to year. For the most accurate cost information on rooms and meal plans, see the Housing and Dining page in the academic catalog.
Yes, during the following breaks: Thanksgiving weekend, Semester Break, and Spring Break. Students may not leave belongings in rooms over the summer.
Information about immunizations, insurance and other campus health issues can be found in the online student handbook.
Students have 24-hour access to their rooms/suites, however, they must be considerate of other residents if they come in at late/odd hours. Every effort should be made not to disturb roommate(s) or other residents in the hall if you come in late.
EAC has a full-time campus police unit that has multiple certified officers that provide protection. EAC also enjoys cooperation with local law enforcement agencies that can respond if the need arises.
If you are on the reservation list for housing, please contact the Housing Office to make necessary changes. If you have moved into the residence halls, you may make changes to your meal plan through the first two weeks of school. After that you will be unable to change your plan.
The choice is dependant on individual eating habits. Many students that eat a more "normal" amount during the week choose the 14 meal plan, because they may miss a breakfast or two and eat out a few other times during the week. Students must look to themselves for the best answer to this question and decide how they will use their meal plan.