You can have a place to call your own in Monroe Community College's on-campus residence halls. A full residential life program provides a community where you'll experience a variety of new ideas and opportunities, and meet a mix of new friends.
When you live at MCC on the Brighton Campus, you can conveniently attend classes as well as access campus learning centers and the library. Plus, cocurricular programs and activities, sporting events, a full range of dining options, and cultural performances held in the evenings and on weekends are just a quick walk across campus.
Enjoy your independence while living in one of the residence halls that make up the Alice Holloway Young Commons: Pioneer Hall, Alexander Hall, Tribune Hall, and Canal Hall. Each hall, secured by key-only access, offers suite-style living, study areas, cable television, coin-operated laundry, and common areas that include foosball or pool tables. Resident advisors and directors are on hand for advice and guidance. They help organize social activities, too-from dodgeball tournaments to floor dinners.
Close to 750 students live on the MCC Brighton Campus in suite-style apartments that each house either four or five students, and have approximately 1,100 total square feet in size. Suites each feature full furnishings, air conditioning, two bathrooms, a dishwasher, a microwave, and more. All halls are secured with key-only access, and provide smoke-free, substance-free living.
Use our step-by-step residence hall application guide