What you need to know to apply for on-campus housing in the 20-story Andersen Hall, next to the main MSM building.
All Freshman and Sophomore students are required to live on campus. Graduate students are not required, but encouraged to apply!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for Fall 2018 housing!
Students who have paid their prepayment by April 6th at 11:59pm will be issued a priority housing selection number based on the time of submission of their housing application. Students pay their pre-payment after midnight on April 6th will be issued selection number that takes place after students with priority numbers. If you are requesting a Housing Exemption or Medical Accommodation, the documentation for these requests must be turned by March 31st to the Office of Residence Life. You may find these documents below.
Rising Sophomores who would like to be considered to live off-campus must complete and return the Housing Exemptions Form by March 31st.
Any student who would like to live in Andersen Hall and requires specific disability accommodations should request via our Medical Accommodation Form. Students must complete the both the Medical Accommodation form and the Physician Verification Form. Current MSM students must submit the required documentation to the Office of Residence Life no later than March 31st. You can submit your completed forms by email or snail mail. The Office of Residence Life will make every effort to meet the needs of incoming students.
Due to the first and second year student residential requirement, 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, the additional spaces will be offered to students based on the processes listed in this document. 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.
Below are the dates, times, and locations you should be aware of if you would like to participate in the Housing Selection Process. As always, please contact the Office of Residence Life if you have any questions.
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