Housing and Residence Halls

Students moving in the dormsHousing is available on the Fulton Campus for students who wish to reside on campus. The Tupelo Campus has no facilities for housing; however, students may choose to live in residence halls on the Fulton Campus and attend classes on the Tupelo Campus.

All residence halls contain laundry facilities and vending machines. Each room is equipped with beds, desks and chairs. Cable television and Internet services are provided at no cost.

Room reservations may be made by sending your housing application and a $75 deposit for the fall semester of 2018 or later to the Business Office, 602 West Hill Street, Fulton, MS 38843. Rooms are reserved on a first-come basis. Students living in residence halls are required to buy a meal ticket. Residence halls open on a designated date prior to or during the week of registration. Students are responsible for damage to room and furniture, and penalties may be assessed for such damages.

Resident students must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours with nine of those hours being traditional on-campus classes.

Assignments for new resident students not in the residence halls for the Spring semester will be assigned a room for the fall semester, and assignment letters will be mailed.

Resident Hall Move in dayStudents living in Residence Halls

  • Will earn higher grade point averages than students living elsewhere.
  • Are less likely to drop out of college.
  • Will develop better study habits than students living at home.
  • Will participate more in student and recreational activities.
  • Will have more contact with other students and a more satisfying social life.

Residence Hall Staff
An adult who lives on site supervises each residence hall. This individual is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the facility which includes programming, discipline and personnel.

A Resident Assistant (R.A.) lives on each floor with the students. His/her primary responsibilities are to maintain an academic atmosphere, assist students in adjusting to college life and establishing a sense of community.

Housing and Residence Life
Housing Office
David C. Cole Student Services Building
Itawamba Community College
602 West Hill Street
Fulton, MS 38843

Phone: 662.862.8233
Fax: 662.862.8263 (Attn: Housing)
Email: housing@iccms.edu

Contact Information

Chad Case
Housing Director
Office: 662.862.8232
Email: cgcase@iccms.edu

Andrea Senter
Assistant to Housing Director
Office: 662.862.8233
Email: afsenter@iccms.edu

Residence Hall (Layout, Design and Information)

Chickasaw Hall features two-person rooms with private baths. Room dimensions for the 100-men facility are 13' x 20'.

Resident Manager Mitzi Blaylock, 662.862.8333


Lee Hall is a three-floor facility, which offers large two-person rooms with a private bathroom. Students who live on the second and third floors also enjoy a room with a balcony. This facility houses 86 men. Room dimensions are 14' x 17'.

Resident Manager Sharon Russell, 662.862.8331

Monroe Hall is a two-story residence hall which is in a suite style arrangement with a room sink and suite bathroom. This facility houses 61 men. Room dimensions are 11' x 15'.

Resident Manager Willadean Fancher, 662.862.8329

Pontotoc Hall is the largest men's residence hall. This three-story facility is arranged in suites with a room sink and a suite bathroom. This facility houses 200 men. Room dimensions are 12' x 18'. Resident Manager Wayne Haynes, 662.862.8335

Itawamba Hall is the newest women's residence hall. The facility which houses 200 females, features two-person rooms with private baths. Room dimensions are 13' x 17'. The residence hall is equipped with an elevator, which is located near the main lobby.

Resident Manager Reunda Williams, 662.862.8332

Monroe Annex is a two-story residence hall which has large rooms and private bathrooms. Students who live on the second floor have access to a balcony. This facility houses 54 women. Room dimensions are 14' x 17'.

Resident Manager Chaka Shumpert, 662.862.8330

Sheffield Hall is the largest women's residence hall. This multi-story facility offers four different living arrangements with private bathrooms located in each room. Most of the accommodations are arranged in five-person rooms, which share a common area with chairs and table. The building is located on the south end of the Fulton Campus and features two separate buildings connected by an attractive enclosed walkway. This facility houses 297 women. Room dimensions are 15' x 19'.

Resident Manager Andrea Senter, 662.862.8328