Frequently Asked Questions
You must be a Blinn College-Brenham Campus student enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours with no convictions or pending felony or misdemeanor charges to be eligible to live in on-campus housing. To apply for admission to the Blinn College District, visit, www.applytexas.org.
View all housing requirements here.
Apply for housing here.
A portion of your application fee will pay for a criminal history check. Please be aware that if you have any convictions or pending charges for a Felony, Class A Misdemeanor, or Class B Misdemeanor, you will not be able to live on-campus, and your $125 application fee will not be refunded.
If you are an Out-of-State or Out-of-Country applicant, please submit the additional Out of State background form found on our website at https://www.blinn.edu/housing/out-of-state-background-form.html. This form is not required if you have always lived in Texas.
Students should receive an email from HireRight within a month of applying for housing. Follow the instructions in the email to complete the process of a background check. If you do not receive an email from HireRight within two weeks of applying for housing, please contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at 979-830-4461.
Failure to complete the background form from HireRight may delay a room assignment. This form is not required if you have always lived in Texas.
Students will need to register for a minimum of 12 credit hours before they can receive a room assignment. Students who drop below 12 credit hours at any time can have their room assignment cancelled until they register for a minimum of 12 credit hours.
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At the end of each long semester that you have lived on campus, you will be given an opportunity to renew your housing for the next semester. Please note that a $50 renewal fee will be applied to your account at the time a room is reserved.
If you are not renewing your housing, please fill out the non-returning survey here.
Spring 2020 room change requests will be taken starting the 2nd week of the Spring semester.