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Residence Halls


College of the Redwoods has two residence halls on the Eureka Main Campus providing housing for 150 students. Our residents come from all over the country and the world.  Residents have evening access to the gym, on site laundry facilities, free admission to CR events, and a 5-minute walk to classes.

Residence Halls

 

Food Pantry


The CR Resource Center seeks to decrease stigma and empower students to achieve academic success through increasing access to services and resources in a caring community. The Resource Center provides application assistance and information on CalFresh and Medi-Cal, access to the on-campus Food Pantry, referrals to on and off-campus programs in a welcoming community space.

On-Campus Food Pantry

Off-Campus Food Pantries

Facilities Available on Campus

24-Hour Restroom Access

The gender-neutral restroom located just outside of the Mendocino Lounge at the CR Residence Halls is now open 24-hours/day, 7days a week, including weekends and holidays, to ensure students have restroom access after business hours.

Shower Access

The women's and men's showers located in the locker rooms in the Physical Education Building are available to all students Monday through Friday, from 7:00am to 7:00pm. The locker rooms and showers are not available on weekends or holidays. Free towels are available at the CR Food Pantry and can be laundered and returned by making arrangements with Food Pantry staff.

Lockers

The locker rooms in the Physical Education Building are available to be used by students. Students will need to provide their own locks. Students do not need to notify anyone once they have selected a locker or lockers, simply place your lock on the locker. You will need to remove the contents of the locker at the end of the semester so custodians can clean the insides of all of the lockers.  Locks are available at the CR Food Pantry.

Laundry

Students who have found themselves without access to laundry facilities can have clothing laundered at CR. The Food Pantry has mesh laundry bags for issue to students. Place the items you would like laundered in the bag and leave at the Food Pantry.  The bag and its contents will be washed, dried and returned to the Food Pantry the next business day.

 

Student Health Center


Basic health services are provided to the College of the Redwoods community through the Student Health Center on the Eureka Main Campus. Many on-campus services are free of charge and are funded by the Student Health Fees. Students are required to pay the cost of off-campus services.

On-campus services include:

  • Minor medical care for illnesses and injuries
  • Blood pressure and vision screenings
  • Physical exams
  • Immunization & testing
  • Health promotion
  • Other services provided by a Nurse Practitioner or RN

For more information: view our website, call (707) 476-4149 or stop by PE Building, room 114.

Hours vary, closed holidays.

Student Health Center

Financial Support

Financial Aid


Don't let a lack of funds keep you from reaching your goals. Learn how to make CR's already low costs even more affordable with financial aid.

Learn more about Financial Aid

Scholarships

The CR Foundation awarded 278 scholarships during 2017-18, awarding $141,000.  All students are encouraged to apply.  Different scholarships are awarded based on merit, need, and/or declared degree/major.

Scholarships Office

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Academic Support Center (ASC)

Conveniently located in the Learning Resource Center, the ASC offers free tutoring, the EPIC program (Embedded Peer Instructional Cohort) and Placement Testing.

CalWORKS

Provides education and training to parents who are recipients of Cash Aid/TANF

Child Development Center (CDC)

The CDC simultaneously provides a high-quality lab setting for Early Childhood Education students and enriching child care and development services in a state-of-the-art facility on the Eureka Main Campus.

Disability Services and Programs for Students

DSPS eliminates educational barriers unique to students with disabilities, provides learning support and pathways to success, empowers self-advocacy, and ensures equity, equal rights, and access under the law.

EOPS/CARE

EOPS/CARE are both state-funded programs designed to provide financial assistance, support and encouragement for eligible income disadvantaged students.

Library

Find print books in addition to over 175,000 ebooks and videos and millions of newspaper, magazine and journal articles to support college-level research. Faculty librarians are available in person or online to assist with research needs. The library also offers open-access computer work stations with internet access, Microsoft applications, Adobe photoshop and more.

Tech Help

Get help with WebAdvisor, Canvas, your student email and more.

TRiO

TRiO is a federally funded program offering assistance and encouragement to low-income, first-generation students, and/or students with disabilities.

Veteran's Resource Center

The VRC supports and facilitates academic success for Active Duty Military, Veterans and Dependents attending CR through relational advising, mentorship, transitional assistance, and coordination of military and Veteran-specific resources.

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