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Guide to Residence Life

Please take time to read over the guide to residence life to know all the protocols and policies that come along with life on campus. 


Guide to Residence Life 2017-2018.doc

Emergency Alert Registration

Capitol has implemented an alert system to notify students of emergencies via text messaging, voice messaging, and email with instructions for responding to the situation. This system will be used in the event of an ongoing emergency and will NOT be used to notify of weather closings or delays.  In order to sign up for this system you must go to resident students copy this code 4525C141287E590A and commuting students copy this code 9C6F46F6AAD8799E and paste it into the box indicated and click submit. After clicking submit you will be prompted to enter your personal information and establish an account for maintaining that information. Should you have questions regarding this system please contact

Thank you for participating in this program.

Housing Information

Housing at Capitol Technology University is an excellent way to be conveniently close to classes and professors, as well as living and learning with other students just like YOU!
The cost of student housing for the current year is available under the business office page on the portal. A housing security deposit of $200 is due at the time of the student’s initial application. For re-applications, the housing reservation fee is $50 per student. The Business Office collects housing fees at the beginning of each academic semester during registration.

If space is available, a student may apply for on-campus housing after the semester begins. In such a case, the cost will be prorated.

Housing Eligibility


All degree-seeking continuing and new undergraduate students registered for 12 credits or more are eligible to live in the residence facilities.


Capitol Technology University subscribes to a guaranteed housing policy for those new students who meet the May 1 deadline and for those returning students who meet the April 1 deadline.
There are no accommodations for families.
Single-sex housing is enforced.
Accommodations are made in accordance with federal, state and county law for students with disabilities.






Residence Life Staff

Contact Information   

   Fall 2017


Resident Assistants (RA)

On Campus Staff:

Malik Powell (Head RA)

Nathan Workinger

Sophia LoSchiavo

Noreesa Williams

Towers RA Staff:  

Porchia Ifill

Malikah Connor

Eli Therrien


Professional Staff :
Director of Student Life and Residential Services: 240.965.2491

Brandi K McKee

Dean of Student Life and Retention: 240.965.2490
Melinda Bunnell-Rhyne

If the water or toilet is unusable, or if the electricity or heat goes off, immediately call the RA on Duty at (301) 655-2116. The RA will contact maintenance immediately.
Fill out a maintenance request form online for all other maintenance issues.  You may also contact Maintenance at 240.965.2515 or via email at
Room Assignment Forms
Room Selection Proxy Form (.pdf, 8K)
Use the Room Selection Proxy Form only if you can not attend Room Selection Night.
Immunization Form (.pdf, 103K)
This information serves as a document that can be shared with health officials in case of an emergency.
Meningococcal Vaccination form (.pdf, 24K)
Maryland law requires that an individual enrolled in an institution of higher education in Maryland who resides in on-campus student housing must be vaccinated against meningococcal disease.
Living on Campus
Packing Guide (.pdf, 25K)
Guide To Residence Life (.doc, 93K)

All of Residence Life information all in one place!

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Campus Living
Giant Food - Grocery
Use the zip code 20708 to find a nearby location.
Use the zip code 20708 to find a nearby location.
Shopper's Food Warehouse
Use the zip code 20708 to find a nearby location.
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