MOVE IN: What you need to know!
Housing is full for Fall 2016.
We will begin accepting applications for
2017-2018 on August 22, 2016.
Housing and Residential Life will begin welcoming students for Fall 2016 Check-in on Friday, August 19th, beginning at 9:00 AM. Check-in will continue throughout the weekend until 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 21st. Please be advised that MT Blvd. is currently under construction and reduced to two lanes. Please expect delays and use caution if accessing campus from this street. For more information, please visit the Parking Services website at http://www.mtsu.edu/parking/index.php. We urge students to label their boxes and tubs [tops and sides] very clearly with their names to ensure that they arrive at the correct location. Also, remember to keep hydrated and wear comfortable clothing and shoes on the day you come to check-in. Take advantage of lines by getting to know your fellow building mates as you wait patiently to get checked into your building. Remember you are making friendships that will last a lifetime. Roommate contact information for students who did not pre-select a roommate will be sent approximately a week and a half before school begins to on-campus residents at their MTSU email addresses. Students should get in the habit of checking their MTSU email regularly as this is the primary way that information is communicated to our students. Housing and Residential Life will host a variety of activities as the semester begins. We encourage students to become involved, make a friend, and start enjoying the benefits of living on-campus. We encourage parents and students to watch Tips for a Successful Move-In to become familiar with what to expect during the check-in process. We look forward to a fun check-in and a great Fall semester!
Classes in the Business Aerospace building, studying at the James E. Walker library, working out at the Recreation Center, attending football games at the stadium - your academic and student life revolves around the campus.
Living on campus places you at the center of the university community, ready for both academic and co-curricular activities. Most students find that MTSU residence halls or apartments are the right choice, and they become part of a vital living-learning community, and make friendships that will last for years. Research indicates that living on campus is one of the strongest influences on successful completion of an undergraduate degree.
More than 3000 students and families make their homes in 16 residence halls and apartments. While each living area is unique, each supports academic excellence. Professional staff and student leaders live and work in each area, coordinating services and programs that produce contented individuals. Computing facilities, student leadership training, recreational activities, referrals to academic support services, and a listening ear are just a few of the benefits of living on campus.
The main office for Housing & Residential Life is located in the Keathley University Center, Room 300. Regular office hours are 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. If you have any questions regarding the on-campus living experience, just drop by or call us at 615-898-2971.
Housing & Residential Life has already been smoke free, but now along with the entire campus is becoming tobacco free.
Living options include traditional halls with shared baths; exterior-entry buildings with suite-style baths; and two-person, four-person, and family apartments. Communities range in size from approximately 100 students to 400 students. Rates depend on the type of room you select.
Amenities available to campus residents include:
- computer labs with convenient access to personal computing
- data lines with direct access to the university computing system in bedrooms
- 24-hour desks in several areas provide reception services, information and recreation
- lounges and lobbies within the halls that provide areas designated for conversation, studying and recreation
- basic cable in all residence hall rooms and apartments
- laundry facilities within each complex
- All residence halls and apartments on the MTSU campus are substance free. Alcohol and drugs are prohibited. MTSU has a zero tolerance policy regarding possession or use of drugs or paraphernalia in campus residence halls. Smoking is prohibited in all public areas (lobbies, hallways, community baths, classrooms, etc.) and all individual residence hall rooms and all apartments.
First-time Freshmen who live on campus are required to have a board meal plan. For more information regarding meal plan options, click here.
The mission of Housing and Residential Life at MTSU is to create living-learning communities which promote personal and academic growth among a diverse student body. Quality living accommodations and structured support services enhance the university mission of student retention, academic excellence and community involvement.