Rose State College in Oklahoma, State University of New York Adirondack and Northampton Community College in Pennsylvania are three of more than 100 two-year colleges in the United States that offer dorms and, consequently, welcome international students. Northampton has had dorms since 1986.
The residence halls at Northampton Community College consist of single- and double-occupancy dwellings as well as apartments that rent for roughly $2,500, $3,100 and $2,800 per semester, respectively, as of 2015. A dining hall, laundry, mailboxes, cable and Wi-Fi are some of the in-house amenities.
Residents of SUNY Adirondack enjoy dorms situated within the vicinity of campus and free rides on the Greater Glens Falls Transit during the academic year. The residence hall facility comprises a series of suites that can accommodate four students per unit, with two bedrooms and bathrooms per suite.
Suites are fully furnished, and the residence hall has all the common amenities, such as Wi-Fi, cable, meeting spaces, an exercise facility and laundry. Floor plans are available to view at SUNYACC.edu.
Students of Rose State, Oklahoma's largest community college, reside in an on-campus village setting of apartment-style spaces that collectively house approximately 180 students per semester. There are two floor plan options, as of 2015, including two-bedroom and four-bedroom layouts.