Housing and Residential Life

Applications and Contracts

Residence Hall Housing

 

Any new (first time, first year) undergraduate student must complete the housing application online through the MyMichiganTech website.

Current, returning, graduate, and transfer students who wish to live in the residence halls should contact Housing & Residential Life at housing@mtu.edu for availability. 

Current, returning, graduate, and transfer applications to live in the residence halls are accepted until March 1 for the next academic year based upon availability.

 

Residence Halls Terms and Conditions

(2018 - 2019)

The details of the residence hall contract terms and conditions.
Hillside Place Waiting List Current students may apply to the Hillside Place Waiting List
First-Year Contract Waiver Information to apply for waiver
Contract Release Request Students may request to break their housing (room and/or meal plan) contract if a significant change has occurred since the time the contract was signed in a medical, financial, or extenuating circumstance.
Residence Halls Waiting List Housing Waiting List Form for 2018-2019
Merit Waiver Request Current students with merit scholarships requiring them to live on campus for two years can use this form to request a waiver from the second year of the requirement. Use this form if you have not yet signed a contract to live in the residence hall for the second year. If you have already signed a contract for the second year, use the Contract Release Request instead.
Summer 2018 Residence Hall Application and Contract Current and new Michigan Tech students may use this form to apply for full summer, track A, or track B housing. Summer school students will live in Wadsworth Hall.

 

Daniell Heights

Daniell Heights Terms and Conditions

(2018-2019)

(2017-2018)

The details of the Daniell Heights contract terms and conditions.
Daniell Heights Application (Students) Students may apply for an apartment. You will be added to the waiting list.
Contract Release Request Students may request to break their housing (room and/or meal plan) contract if a significant change has occurred since the time the contract was signed in a medical, financial, or extenuating circumstance.