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Apply for College Housing

Be sure to reserve your residential space by the deadline.

May 1 (Fall semester)

December 1 (Spring semester) 

 


Welcome Home

Living in the residence hall community is a great way to meet new friends and get the support you need during your first year at MMC. Learn more about our residence halls and fees.

Our residential life staff is excited to meet you and have you as part of the MMC residential community. As part of this community, there are a few items you should review and then you will be able to apply at the end of this page.

Disability Accommodations

For medical accommodations, please contact the Office of Student Disability Services at 212-774-0724. Please note, there are no singles available in MMC housing.


Ready to apply? 

Submit your housing deposit and housing application on your Admissions PortalKeep in mind that the housing deposit is non-refundable as it reserves a room and cannot be returned once submitted. You may also mail a check (include your full name in the memo section) to:

Marymount Manhattan College
Office of Admission
221 E. 71st Street
New York, NY 10021 

By electronically completing your housing application, you agree to the terms of the Housing Contract, and you agree to honor and abide by the policies found in the Resident’s Guide to Community Living. We suggest you review the Housing Contract so you are familiar with your obligations, particularly the following points:

  • Your housing contract is for the entire academic year. There are no refunds available should you leave housing, for any reason, for the duration of the contract. Should you leave housing, you are still responsible for the housing charges for the academic year.
  • You agree to abide by all check-in and check-out dates provided on the academic calendar and by the Office of Residence Life.
  • Due to the needs of the Office of Residence Life, it is possible you may be consolidated at any point during the semester, or you may be requested to return early from break for a room consolidation. We recognize this can be an inconvenience, but it is sometimes necessary based on space restraints, and we will work with students individually to minimize the impact this process may have.

Note: College housing is limited to students 16 to 23 years old as of the start date of his/her occupancy in housing and who are matriculating, full-time students (12 credits or more).


Questions?

Contact the Office of Residence Life at 212-774-0740 with any questions about our housing process.

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