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PLEASE NOTE:
Resident Requirements beginning Fall 2014

 

    • High School transcript (GPA of 1.75 on a 4-point scale or equivalent);
    • Essay of 250-300 words describing your educational goals and how you think the experience of living in on-campus housing can help reach those goals;
    • Navarro College Reference Form from a High School Administrator/former College Administrator;
    • Proof of Bacterial Meningitis vaccination;
    • $210 deposit ($200 refundable housing deposit and $10 non-refundable background check fee. Preferred method of payment is a money order. Personal checks will require driver license number, date of birth, and phone number.); and
    • Pass a criminal background check.

**Submitting the above items DOES NOT guarantee placement in the Residence Life/Housing program at Navarro College.  

You must submit your High School transcript to the Registrar’s Office. The Residence Life Office will then verify your GPA through the Registrar’s Office.

Criminal History findings that will be used to decline a Residence Life application:

Class B Misdemeanor Convictions including Deferred Adjudication and No contest:

All Assaults

Narcotic Offenses

Thefts

(Class B or C Traffic Misdemeanors will not be considered as an offense that will be used to decline an application)

All offenses over one (1) year will not be considered a factor, if the case has been adjudicated.


Class A Misdemeanor Convictions including Deferred Adjudication and No contest:

All misdemeanor convictions considered as Class A by any state in the United States.  (Exclusive of any traffic violation).

Deferred Adjudication and No contest

(Convictions of two (2) years or older, will not be considered as a current criminal conviction, if the applicant does not have any other Class B Misdemeanor or higher convictions since the date of the last Class A Misdemeanor).


Felony Convictions:

All felony crime convictions.

(Convictions of three (3) years or older, will not be considered as a current criminal conviction, if the applicant does not have any other Class A or B Misdemeanor since the date of the last felony conviction).


Aggravated Felonies:

All aggravated felony convictions that resulted in a death, aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, aggravated sexual assault or the delivery of a felony amount of narcotics will be cause to decline a Residence Life Application.


Note: No applicant, who is on Parole or Probation for the following offenses, will be considered for Residence Life:

  • Murder
  • Attempted Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Sexual Assault
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Aggravated Robbery
  • Causing Injury to a Child/Elderly or Disabled Person
  • Deadly Conduct with a Firearm
  • Possession/Selling of amounts (>200 grams) of illegal drugs
  • Controlled Substance Dealer (Youth classified for felony-level drug manufacturing or delivery)
  • Criminal Solicitation
  • Indecency with a Child
  • Arson
  • Conspiracy to commit any of these crimes

Residence Halls & Pricing
Application & Move In
Housing FAQs
Policies
Housing Calendar
Returning Residents only – Summer Intent Form
Returning Residents only – Intent/Refund Form


FOR MORE INFORMATION


Gibson Hall Student Center
3200 W. 7th Avenue
Corsicana, TX 75110

Phone: (903) 875-7541
Fax: (903) 875-7680
karen.rollison@navarrocollege.edu


OFFICE HOURS


Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

For Emergencies, please call:
(903) 654-2778


RESIDENCE LIFE / HOUSING ADMINISTRATORS


Charles B. Betts, Director
(903) 875-7540 | (903) 654-4279

Stan Wong, Asst. Director
(903) 875-7631 | (903) 654-0018

Brett Manley, Asst. Director
(903) 875-7666 | (903) 467-4322