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Where do I live?
Perhaps the first question you have once you've been accepted for admission to Community Colleges of Spokane is, "where do I live?" The right apartment, roommate, or host family can greatly enhance your experience in Spokane and can lead to friendships and connections that last a lifetime
Students at Community Colleges of Spokane can choose to live with a host family or live in an apartment alone or with roommates. Some students like to live with a host family as it gives them an opportunity to learn English and US culture more quickly. Others choose to live in an apartment, either by themselves or with friends.
We will help you find the kind of housing you want before you arrive. We want to make sure you are happy with your choice before, during, and after your stay in Spokane. At orientation, we provide continuing information about the various housing options available.
Simply click on the type of housing you are interested in to learn more.
To find information about our fantastic homestay program, go
If you have questions about our homestay program we have developed a
, but if you have further questions about the program, you can also
in our Global Education Center.
Apartment and Temporary Housing
To find information about off-campus apartment housing options go
To find temporary housing in case you need a place to stay for a night or two, there are hotel rooms in Spokane you can reserve by visiting
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Community Colleges of Spokane
510 N Riverpoint Blvd, MS 1009
PO Box 6000, Spokane WA 99217-6000
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