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FAQs for Coyote Village

  1. On campus housing is not mandatory at Weatherford College. Spots are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Once we hit capacity (approx. 270), we will start a waiting list for anyone else wishing to reside in Coyote Village.
  2. The $250 deposit is required to guarantee a spot and is kept on file through the length of the contract. It will not be applied to the amount due for room/board charges. Deposits will be refunded in full if resident cancels the contract, in writing, before the first official move in day. All other deposits will be retained for administrative purposes.
  3. Guarantor information is required for every application. The Guaranty Agreement is defined in the Housing Contract/Lease Agreement.
  4. Coyote Village apartments are fully furnished with the following:
    - Living Room: Couch, Chair, Entertainment Center, Coffee Table, End Table
    - Bedroom: Window, Full Size Bed, Desk, Chair, Dresser
    - Kitchenette: Mini Fridge, Microwave
    - Bathroom: Individual Sink Areas, Full Tub/Shower
  5. We Provide: Basic Cable, Hardwired Internet, first $50 of Electric Bill, Trash, Water
  6. Student Brings: Linens, Electronics, Utensils, Decorations, Toiletries
  7. Community: Sand Volleyball, Basketball, Mail Services, Full Kitchen, Computer Lab
  8. Basic cable and internet are provided. Wi-Fi is available in the community center and in different buildings through campus; the rooms come with hardwired internet, so the student is responsible for bringing an Ethernet cord for internet access.
  9. Students are allowed to bring their own mini fridge to keep in their room.
  10. The application packet has a place to request specific roommates, if you have friends that are also attending WC.
  11. Roommate assignments are completed right before school starts, in order to have maximum amount of time to ensure a quality matching process.
  12. Meal plan is not optional. There are two meal plan options: 10 meals or 19 meals, and that’s meals per week. They do not roll over and are on a “use it or lose it” system. Meal plans are not available in the summer.
  13. The contract for the long semesters is binding for the entire academic year (August - May). We will bill half for the Fall and half for the Spring semesters, with payment arrangements to be made for each semester.
  14. The contract for the Summer and Mini sessions is binding for the entire session, not necessarily the entire summer.
  15. Students will have to be paid in full or on a payment plan, prior to moving in.
  16. Financial aid (grants/loans/scholarships) can cover room/board charges, but are allotted to Tuition and fees, bookstore charges, meal plan, then dorms.