Interested in Student Housing?
NEW! Lake Tahoe Community College is now providing housing for 30 full-time students each academic year through a five-plex property located on Aspen Avenue close to Ski Run Boulevard.
We are currently accepting student housing applications for the 2019-20 academic year. To apply for student housing, please fill out the Student Housing Application and return via email to Katie Meyers, Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Student Services.
Each unit has three bedrooms and a full kitchen, and offers ample amenities and services. Public transportation is in easy reach of the property, and with LTCC’s free bus pass policy, students can get to and from campus and all around town for free.
The units also come equipped with two student beds per room and a communal table. Other furnishings, if desired, can be provided by student residents. Students must apply and be accepted in the housing facility, and room assignments will be made by LTCC staff. Students can move in during the months of August and September and must attend LTCC full time while residents.
The housing fee for this property is $675 per month* and includes the following:
- Snow Removal
- Weekly Cleaning Service
- Laundry facilities on site
* Does not include security/cleaning deposit or parking fee (if applicable).
Resident Assistant Position for Student Housing
The RA is a liaison to the students living in LTCC-sponsored housing, facilitates the social, academic, and personal adjustment of these students, and helps develop a sense of community among residents.
The RA must be a student at Lake Tahoe Community College planning to live in LTCC-sponsored housing. Prior to the start of this position, the student must have a minimum of 36 completed quarter hours at LTCC and a LTCC cumulative 2.75 GPA.
Students interested in applying for the RA position need to submit a Student Housing Application, review the Resident Assistant position responsibilities, and submit the Resident Assistant Application to Katie Meyers, Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Student Services.
LTCC understands that the need for student housing exceeds the amount of campus sponsored housing currently available. We are committed to providing good information about other community housing options to assist students in their search. We suggest students start their search for housing several months before their expected move-in date.
Be aware of scams and avoid rentals if:
- The rent cost seems significantly lower than other apartments
- The landlord or manager cannot meet you in person and/or you are unable to see the apartment in person
- You are asked to wire transfer money or send money via Western Union, Money Gram, or other wire transfer services; usually rental fees and deposits are expected to be paid by check or money order;
- The landlord or manager seems too pushy or is trying to persuade you to sign a contract without showing the apartment unit
- Coyote Corner App - Connect with fellow LTCC students and potential roommates.
- Homestay Housing - A unique opportunity for LTCC students to live with a local host family.
- Tahoe Daily Tribune is a local newspaper. Their classified section advertises apartments, homes, and rooms for rent.
- Craigslist - Search in housing/apartments or rooms/shares.
- Facebook - Visit Facebook public group Tahomes for information. You'll need to join the group first.
- Point 2 Homes: Real Estate Listings, Homes for Sale
Hotels/Motels with Rooms for Rent in South Lake Tahoe
Property Management Companies in South Lake Tahoe
Property managers are agents who are able to work with you to help you find housing. Here is a list of property management companies that serve the South Shore:
The companies listed above are not affiliated with Lake Tahoe Community College. If you have concerns or issues related to these establishments, please contact them directly. Lake Tahoe Community College is not responsible for their actions.