Residence Halls

 
 
 

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YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME

Morningside’s campus includes 485 student rooms in seven on-campus residence halls. All of our residence halls offer students free laundry and many also have study areas and places to gather. Each hall becomes its own community, so no matter where you choose to live you will find camaraderie.

FIRST YEAR RESIDENCE HALLS

Housing FAQs

Included Furnishings:

  • Twin/Twin XL Bed
  • Loft/Bunk
  • Desk & Chair
  • Dresser/Closet

How do first year students sign up for housing?

  • After receiving your college application and deposit, a link to your Dashboard will be sent to you. Your Dashboard will provide access to your online housing application. Applications will be processed in June following the order of submission. Please note that the priority deadline for fall housing applications is May 1.

How are students assigned to rooms/roommates? 

  • Room assignments are determined by the building and room preferences specified in your housing application, based on availability during processing. Applications are processed in the order they are received, and roommates are matched using the information provided in the application.
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HOUSING REQUIREMENTS

Here are Morningside we believe that campus life, including living on campus, is an integral part of the college experience. Full-time undergraduate students who have not reached senior status, or meet another of the following criteria, are required to live on campus. Other statuses exempting this include:

  • A student has reached 91 or more credit hours
  • A student is married
  • A student has dependent children living with them
  • A student will reach their 22nd birthday before the end of the current semester
  • A student is living with a parent or guardian within 45 miles of Morningside

If a student wishes to be approved to live off campus, they must submit a Request for Housing Policy Exemption to the Residence Life Office, which must be approved before moving. A violation of this housing policy will result in the fining of a standard double room.

Many students greatly enjoy the community that Morningside offers and choose to live on campus for the duration of their studies. There are plenty of housing options for lower- and upperclassmen, assuring that you will find a place you belong!