Student Housing and Residence
Prairie’s residential program supports the educational mandate of the institute, through a safe and exciting environment where students are challenged to live out their Christian faith on a day-to-day basis. With the help of a caring and knowledgeable staff, residential students are challenged to grow in every area of life, including the spiritual, social, emotional, physical, and intellectual dimensions.
In light of this, we require all single students who are under the age of 22 or who are first or second-year students to live in residence (dorms). Exceptions include local students living at home or those taking 2 courses (6 credit hours) or less within a semester.
For suggestions of what to bring, see our what to bring to college list.
For more information about living in residence, see our Residence Handbook.
For residence fees, please check out the individual program pages as fees vary by program due to program length.
Student Family Housing
Prairie-owned campus housing is available on a first come, first served basis. Priority is given to student families, full-time students (9 credits or more) and staff, over single and part-time students.
Those interested in applying for Prairie Student housing should submit a Housing Request Form.
Please note that students must be accepted into a program and must have paid their tuition deposit in order to be considered for housing. Once you have been accepted and paid the required deposit, please complete the following forms. If you have any questions, please contact your Admissions Counselor.