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What you need to know to apply for on-campus housing!

HOUSING APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS

These instructions are for continuing students only which includes (Sophomores, Juniors, SeniorsGraduate Students, and Doctoral Students returning for their second year).

If you are a new student (including students retuning for a new degree), please refer to the Accepted Students Housing page.

STEP 1: Submit your Housing Prepayment by April 14, 2023

  • To qualify to select a room, Continuing Students must submit a $500 Housing Pre-Payment.
  • To make your prepayment, log on to the MSM Student Portal using your MSM credentials.
  • The link to the PayPal where pre-payments are collected, will be found under the “special links” section on your student portal.

STEP 2: Complete Your Housing Application (March 15 – April 14, 2023)

The Housing Application will be live from March 15th through April 14th.

In addition to the pre-payment, you must submit your Housing Application by April 14th to be eligible to select your room on April 18th and April 20th.
Complete your Housing Application via eRezlife

  • Students using eRezLife for the first time will need to activate their account.
  • The Housing Application can be found on the home tab, under “Your Housing Application”

PLEASE NOTE: Your housing lottery number does not depend on how quickly you complete the application, so please take your time!

STEP 3: Select Your Room! (April 18 & 20, 2023)

Once you have completed Step 1 and Step 2, you will be assigned a lottery number and a housing selection time slot. You will receive an e-mail with this information on April 17th.

Each time slot has about 20-30 people in it, so when it is your time, sign on and follow the prompts to select housing.

PLEASE NOTE: ALL TIME SLOTS ARE IN EASTERN STANDARD TIME

Contract Binding

Continuing students who apply during Housing Selection and are assigned a room are bound by the terms of the Residence Hall Agreement as of May 1. This includes required students (rising sophomores) and non-required students (juniors, seniors, second year graduate students, professional study and doctoral students.)

Housing Waitlists

Due to the first- and second-year undergraduate student residential requirements, specific floors and rooms will not be available for the housing selection process. This restriction will limit the number of spaces that will be readily available for returning students to select and may result in a waitlist for housing. When the demand for space for first- and second-year students has been satisfied, additional spaces will be offered to students on the waitlist. Any additional questions can be answered by contacting the Office of Residence Life. Waitlisted students will be notified of their status and will be contacted and placed as rooms become available.

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