More Than a Place to Hang Your Hat
Sierra Nevada College knows there is more to residential living than having a place to eat, sleep, and study. Student Housing is a place for students to develop friendships, participate in activities, and become an active member of the community. The Residential Life team seeks to nurture and develop these skills for the benefit of housing residents and the entire Sierra Nevada College Community.
2014 – 2015
- For Period:
- Fall Term: beginning August 11th 2014 at 9:00am and ending December 12th 2014 at 3:00pm
- Spring Term: beginning January 16th 2015 at 9:00am and ending May 14th 2014 at noon
- Winter Break: dorms are closed to students from December 12th 2014 at 3:00pm to January 16th 2015 at 9:00am, but locked storage is provided for students’ belongings during this period.
- $2,950 per semester, double occupancy
- $2,400 per semester, triple occupancy
- Micro-Fridge: optional, $50 per semester
- Meal Plan: $3,083 per semester (required with housing)
Full time Freshman and Sophomore students must live in the residence halls unless they meet any of the following criteria:
- Have earned 60 or more semester college credits
- Live locally (70 mile radius)
- Maintain a GPA of 3.75 or above
- Are married and/or have children
- Are 21 years of age or older
The Residence Life Team:
- BA, Middlebury College
Holly Atkins graduated from Middlebury College with a BA in Italian and Anthropology. As the Assistant Director of Student Affairs she is involved with Student Affairs, Residential Life, and Student Activities.
Holly is from Vermont but loves every second of life in Tahoe. While she is not at work, she enjoys running, especially on the trail, cross country skiing, biking, travelling, and playing pick-up ice hockey with friends. She has also blogged for a holistic health company in San Francisco, one outlet for her passion for holistic living and healthy and sustainable cooking and eating.
- BS in Recreation Administration, California Polytechnic State University
A graduate of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, Will has been working in the Student Affairs department at Sierra Nevada College since 2005 and have served as the Advisor to SGA since 2006. He has held positions as the Residence Hall Manager, Student Activities Coordinator/Director, Outdoor Programs Director and most recently, Dean of Students.
Will loves working with students and living in Lake Tahoe! His favorite sports are whitewater rafting, rock climbing and kayaking, which he also teaches at the college as an adjunct professor for the physical education department.
BFA in Fine Arts, Sierra Nevada College
MAT, Sierra Nevada College
Lizzie Thibodeau completed her AA in her hometown of Santa Barbara before moving to beautiful Lake Tahoe. She received her BFA with an emphasis in painting and drawing and her masters degree in teaching here at SNC. Since joining the staff here in 2003 she has held a number of jobs including Resident Advisor, Administrative Assistance to Student Affair,s and her current position as Director of Student Affairs and Housing.
Her passion is working with students and she gets to live her passion every day. When she is not at work she spends ample time with family and enjoying all that Tahoe has to offer.
Our campus is home to residents of Campbell-Friedman Hall and Prim-Schultz Hall. Both halls offer lockers for personal storage, and all residents receive a personal mailbox.
Campbell-Friedman Hall has 26 rooms and is connected to Patterson Dining Hall. Students are just a few steps away from the same structure they eat their daily meals in everyday. The whole facility is bright and airy with terrific views. Available to all students on site is a coin-operated laundry facility, vending machines and 2 student lounges/game rooms.
All rooms in Campbell-Friedman are furnished with up to 3 beds, 1 desk, 1 chair and 3 wardrobe units. All rooms have a private bathroom, cable hook-up and wireless internet access.
*Furniture configurations may vary by room.
Prim-Schultz Hall has 62 rooms and is located right next to Patterson Hall. Prim-Schultz Hall offers double and triple occupancy rooms with a creek or mountain view. All rooms in Prim-Schultz are furnished with up to 4 beds (2 bunk bed sets), 2 desks, 2 chairs, 2 dressers and 2 small drawer units. All rooms have a private bathroom, cable hook-up and wireless internet access.
This beautiful residence hall also has two giant student lounges, vending machines, bright and airy study coves, ski-tuning area, a coin-operated laundry facility and an elevator for wheelchair accessibility and personal convenience.
*Furniture configurations may vary by room.