2021-2022 proposed room and meal plan rates are now available.
Residents are invited to participate in Winter Welcome Week events to celebrate the kick-off of the spring semester.
Upgrades were made to the residence community internet structure to improve reliability and signal strength.
New and returning residence hall students welcomed back on Friday, January 8.
Residents who want to change their meal plan or convert meals to Dining Dollars for the spring semester may make those changes.
Only registered students are allowed to stay in their rooms over Winter Break. Services are limited.
An outside guest restriction was put in place on Tuesday, November 17 to be in compliance with the Governor's Executive Order, Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) guidance, and the President's Cabinet due to increasing COVID-19 numbers in Blue Earth County.
Dining Services will utilize a modified schedule for the last two weeks of the semester. The University Dining Center will remain open every day, however service hours have changed.
Residents needing a place to stay after the halls close on Friday, December 11 can register for Winter Break Housing.
Residents choosing not to live in their assigned room for the last two weeks of the semester are eligible for a pro-rated room and meal plan refund.
The residence communities close for Thanksgiving Break at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, November 25. Students who want to stay on campus during break may register and stay in their room for no additional fee. Services are limited during the break period.
Students who want to live on-campus for the Spring 2021 semester may now apply online!
Admitted students for the 21-22 academic year may apply for housing beginning at 9 a.m. on Thursday, October 1.
Residential Life needs to complete internet maintenance on September 29 from 4-4:30 a.m. During this time, there will be no internet service.
Welcome Week helps you create connections and build a solid foundation to your start as a Maverick.
Students moving in August 17-21 must select a timeslot for arrival, in advance.
Students who want to drop most of their belongings off in their room prior to move-in, should select a Drop & Go timeslot.
Wish List requests from incoming students with a fall housing assignment are accepted July 20 - August 7 (noon). Wish Lists allow students to request a change to their room or roommate assignment before moving in.
Residential Life has extended it's cancellation deadline to July 20, in light of recent events with COVID-19.
Students are invited to participate in Drop & Go, if they can make it work. Drop most of your belongings off in your room before Move-In to skip the lines!