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Housing & Residence Life

Residence Life

Connect by living on campus. Living on campus is a great way to make life-long friends, meet people from diverse backgrounds and cultures, participate in campus activities, and develop a close-knit community with peers.

Students have the option to live in either the Residence Hall or the Village for Sustainable Living. Trained Resident Advisors and Student Success Mentors assist residents with personal and academic needs.


If you are living in the FYE community (1st floor of the Res Hall) you are invited to join us for a special "Pre-Flight" event September 19-23, 2015.  This is an exciting opportunity to participate in a variety of activities and events designed to enhance your First Year Experience.  Pre-Flight is free for the first 30 students-space is limited so apply now!

You will move into your on campus home on Saturday, September 19, 2015 and then join us for Pre-Flight events that afternoon.

To register please visit:  

Pre-Flight Registration

Apply Now to Live on Campus for 2015-2016

If you are looking for a place to live for the 15-16 academic year, on campus housing is still available! Just click on the Apply Now button below and  follow the 5 steps to apply.  We are excited to hear from you and welcome you to the Oregon Tech on campus family! If you have questions as you apply, please contact our office at 541-885-1094.

Apply Now

Next Steps

Once you have applied to live on campus with us, we will process your application and get an Assignment letter to you sharing we complete your housing assignment.  


You can contact the Housing Office at 541.885.1094 or email housing@oit.edu. We are happy to answer anything you may be wondering about as you prepare for Oregon Tech and living on campus!

Tobacco-Free & Smoke-Free Campus

Oregon Tech passed a policy on May 28, 2013 to maintain a tobacco free campus. In an effort to promote the health and well-being of the entire campus community, the policy prohibits the use of tobacco products on campus.