518 College Drive, Box #___, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
"No Smoking/Drugs/Alcohol" and "Quiet Hours" are examples of important hall regulations. State law prohibits alcohol on the NIC campus regardless of age, and designated Quiet Hours are necessary to assure needed studying and sleeping opportunities
You may be assigned to a specific roommate who you have requested on the contract, or you will be matched with another resident according to your answers on the Roommate Questionnaire which you'll receive with your contract.
Yes, for an additional cost, limited single rooms are assigned on a first-come/first-served basis when they are available. You may request a single room on the Residence Hall Contract or put your name on a waiting list after arriving.
Hookups are provided in each suite, but you will need to provide your own computer and TV. Phone is not available, but you can use your cell/mobile phone. You will need to contact Spectrum directly, to create a cable account.
- Sheets, extra long twin (80"x36"), pillows, blankets
Order Bedding Supplies
- Bath towel, hand towel, washcloth
- Laundry basket, detergent, hangers
- Computer, small TV
- Power strip, study lamp, alarm clock, mini-fridge, small microwave, iron (all these items must be UL approved)
- Trash cans, liners, and cleaning supplies
- Waterbed, water furniture
- Candles, incense
- Hotplates, open-element appliances
- Extension cords, multiple receptacle outlets
- Fireworks, explosive materials
- Potential weapons (guns, knives, bows, etc.)
*It's often best to confer with your new roommates before adding furniture and other large items to your suite.
A bicycle storage room is provided on the first floor, and most other items (skis, luggage, etc.) should fit in your suite.
Residents and staff plan regular activities throughout the year. Some examples from the past include movie nights, skiing trips, holiday parties and game tournaments. Residents are also encouraged to participate in the many intramural sports and outdoor recreation programs offered in the Student Union Building just across the street.
The daily operation of the hall is supervised by a full-time, live-in manager who is assisted by seven student-residents called Resident Assistants (RAs).
Resident Assistants are usually students who enjoy working with people on a regular basis. In exchange for a paid single room and meal plan, RAs help plan hall activities, keep records, and enforce hall regulations. They also get to know all the residents and learn more about themselves, while improving their leadership, time management, conflict resolution and organizational skills.
Check out our webpage! Or just contact the Manager of Residence Life at (208) 769-5932 for more information.
Each suite's main entry is lighted, inset from the main corridor walls, and equipped with a card-key lock (similar to many hotels). For added security, each of the hall's exterior doors is locked 24 hours a day. Campus Safety is on duty seven days a week, and security cameras are located throughout the building and grounds. As an added precaution, you may want to list any personal valuables on an insurance policy.
The residence hall has a parking lot dedicated to hall residents. A $37 annual permit is required.
You and your roommates are responsible for maintaining the condition of your suite. The residence hall provides daily custodial services for the interior and exterior common areas of the hall, but residents are expected to clean up after themselves in all common areas.
Your deposit serves as a guarantee that you are serious about moving in and as a guarantee against property damage/loss after you move in. Approximately four weeks after you check out of the hall, you will receive a refund of the deposit, less any deductions for damages, loss or fines.
All requests are handled by the Disability Support Services at (208) 769-5947.