Monroe Community College and the Housing & Residence Life Office are pleased to offer you the opportunity to live on campus in our state-of-the-art residence halls. The residence halls operate under the MCC Association, Inc., a non-for-profit organization that provides the necessary financial and management support for many student programs and services.
The Department of Housing and Residence Life is committed to enriching the educational experience at Monroe Community College through providing a quality living-learning environment to a diverse community.
As a resident you will have the chance to interact with students, staff and faculty to build a diverse living and learning community that will complement your educational experiences and contribute to your overall development as a college student. The Department of Housing and Residence Life is committed to enriching the educational experience at Monroe Community College by providing a quality living-learning environment to a diverse community.
The Housing Application is available ONLINE ONLY and all communication will occur through your MCC student email account.
The Housing Application for students currently living in the residence halls begins at 9am on March 3. Please take the time to read through the information in the Housing Application link.
The Housing Application for new/general population students begins at 8am on March 12. Please take the time to review the information listed under the Housing Application link.
FOR A VIDEO THAT DETAILS THE APPLICATION PROCESS FROM BEGINNING TO END
Things to Bring and Not to Bring when living in the residence halls.
Residence Hall Websites:
You can visit your residence halls's website and e-meet your Resident Director (RD) and Resident Assistant (RA) staff. Some of the RDs also have AIM screen names posted so that residents may contact them. We hope you enjoy the sites and find them useful - check back frequently, as they are always being updated. Click on your hall's name below!
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