Apartment Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a community organization I can join?
The Apartments Residents Council (ARC) is responsible for organizing all community activities and representing the community's interests. As a resident, you are automatically a member; however, participation is voluntary.
May I have a pet?
You may keep non poisonous, non predatory fish. Total fish tank capacity should not exceed twenty gallons. However, to protect your neighbors from unsanitary grounds, bites, allergies, and noise, you may not keep dogs, cats, or any other animal.
May I have guests?
Housing and Residential Life office permits guests; however, you need to notify the Housing and Residential Life office prior to or no later than the first business day following their arrival. Parking passes may be obtained at Transportation Services
What communication services are available?
Digital Cable television and Internet access are available in every room. Premium television channels and telephone service can be added with additional charge billed directly to you. See the Telcom Student Services page for more details and forms for ordering the optional services.
What should I do if I want to move out before my contract end date?
When I move in, will my apartment be clean?
Absolutely. We maintain high standards of cleanliness.
When may I move in?
After you apply for an apartment, you will be placed on a waiting list. As apartments become vacant, they are assigned on a first-come, first serve basis. Please apply early. Most apartments are assigned at the beginning and end of each academic semester. The Housing and Residential Life office will let you know when your apartment is ready. Generally, the fall semester has the longest waiting list.
Where can I store my bike?
Covered bicycle racks are located throughout the neighborhood. Be sure to bring your own lock for security.
Where do I park my car?
Parking is assigned by building block upon registering your vehicle with Transportation Services. Parking for additional vehicles is also available on a very limited basis. You should contact Transportation Services for availability information if you'd like to keep more than one vehicle or a trailer.
Who can live in Daniell Heights?
Students who are twenty-one (21) years or older and faculty of Michigan Tech and their families. The majority of buildings are set aside for students.
Students of Daniell Heights are expected to be in good academic standing. Undergraduate students are expect to be enrolled at Michigan Tech and carrying a minimum of twelve credits a term. Graduate students must be enrolled and working toward a degree. Enrollment must be active for both Fall and Spring semesters.
Will I have to pay a deposit?
A $199.00 refundable cleaning deposit plus the first month’s rent is required prior to move in.