Residence Halls - Montana Tech

Housing and Residence Life

Residence Hall Living

Residence Hall hall living is a great way to get settled on campus and make friends. We offer three co-ed residence halls with space for approximately 446 students.

Residence Halls
Living Learning Center (LLC) Prospector Hall Centennial Hall
student success center Prospector Hall Centennial Hall


View a full list of what we provide and what you'll need to bring.

We're wired!

Each room is internet accessible. You can plug in through an Ethernet cable, or you can use a wireless device. Network Access Fees are $86/semester.

Room Rates

last updated 1/27/2022

The following room rates are in effect for the 2022 - 2023 school year.
Residence Hall Rate Per Semester Rate Per Academic Year
Double (P&C) $ 2,268 $ 4,536
Single (Prospector) $ 2,566 $ 5,132
Suite Double (P&C) $ 2,562 $ 5,124
Suite Single (Centennial) $ 2,835 $ 5,670
Studio Double (LLC) $ 2,495 $ 4,990
Studio Single (LLC) $ 2,823 $ 5,646
Suite Single (LLC) $ 3,119 $ 6,238
P=Prospector Hall, C=Centennial Hall, LLC=Living & Learning Center (SSC) *Room rates always subject to approval by the Board of Regents

Room and Board Contract

Your Residence Hall Contract includes both room and board. All residents must choose a meal plan option. If you do not designate a meal plan option on your contract, you will be assigned the All Inclusive Meal plan.

Room Reservation Deposit

When you submit your signed Residence Hall Contract, you will be required to pay a one-hundred dollar ($100 USD) room reservation deposit.Your deposit reserves a room for you in one of our residence halls. It also serves as evidence of your commitment to live there.What else should you know about your deposit?

  • It's fully refundable if the Office of Housing and Residence Life is notified of your cancellation by May 1.
  • If you do not cancel your room by May 1, your deposit will be non-refundable, whether or not you choose to attend Montana Tech.
  • Once you move into a residence hall, your room reservation deposit becomes a damage deposit.
  • If there are no damage charges or other fees assessed against your account, we will refund your deposit at the end of the contract period.
Questions? For more information on campus housing, contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at 406-496-4425 or email

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