Housing Options

ATCC students who need housing in the Alexandria area have three options. The ATCC Foundation has student housing adjacent to the campus and the Alexandria community has many rental options available to students, and students can connect in our Roommates Group to find a roommate or a place to live.

ATCC Foundation Student Housing

Alexandria College has two student housing units on campus, providing safe, conveniently-located housing to approximately 300 students. 1-bedroom studio units, 2-bedroom units, and 4-bedroom units are available. All units are fully furnished and include bathrooms and a full kitchen, plus WiFi. Laundry available on-site.

  • The ATCC Foundation Student Housing applicaion opens on January 1, and applications begin being processed in February.
  • If students wish to room together, all applicants need to include the other student's name(s) on their application.

External Website: ATCC Foundation Hall - More Info / Apply

ATCC Students

Foundation Hall has 4 BR and 2 BR apartments


Foundation Hall II, planned for Fall 2024

J.A. Wedum Foundation Hall, opening in 2024, will have 1 BR studio and 2BR apartments.

Roommate Finder Group

Need a roommate for your apartment, or looking for a place to live? Join the Roommate Finder Group, a secure Teams group where students can connect to find roommates and housing. Requires StarID and password.

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Community Housing List

Members of the community who choose to rent to students are placed on the college's Housing List. The Housing List is updated periodically. Additional sources of housing can be obtained from the local newspaper, online, or by contacting local realtors.

View Housing List

Housing Resources

Our Community page features several additional resources for locating housing.

Area Facebook Groups

These groups are not operated or endorsed by Alexandria College, but may be an option to connect with area landlords.

Get free advice on tenants' rights. HOME Line is a non-profit organization based in Minneapolis that provides free advice and information to tenants about their rights. Calls are confidential. Call 612-728-5767 or 1-866-866-3546, or visit External Website: A Nonprofit Minnesota Tenant Advocacy Organization - homelinemn.org.