Housing Frequently Asked Questions

MCC housing is reserved on a first-come, first served basis. We will not process your application until we have received your deposit. We recommend that you have your deposit and application in before June.

There are a limited number of one-bedroom apartments and rooms that are usually given to returning students who have requested them well in advance. We are usually at maximum capacity so it is unlikely that you will be able to have a private room. 

Full housing payment is due before you move in. Even if you think you are receiving grants or scholarships, you are still responsible for making sure all housing fees are paid before your arrival.

How you pay for housing is your responsibility. You are responsible for meeting with Financial Aid and the Business Office for all financial information.

  • Meal plan
  • Use of free laundry facilities 
  • Utilities (power and water)
  • Wi-Fi 
  • Basic Cable (Residents of College Crossing Apartments can opt to have cable provided through Comcast)

All housing students must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 credit hours at all times throughout the semester to stay in housing. If a student drops below 15 credit hours, they will be required to move out. 

You must speak with the Director of Housing to fill out proper forms. Once these forms have been submitted, a check will be issued in the student’s name and mailed to the address on file unless other arrangements are made.

  • There is not a curfew.
  • Thornton Hall and Eagle Hall lobby doors (all outside doors) are locked at 11p.m. Sunday - Thursday and midnight on Friday and Saturday.
  • Housing students may come and go as they please. If entries are locked upon returning, the resident may have someone let them into the dorm.
  • Guests are allowed in the lobbies and common housing areas until 11p.m. during the week and midnight on the weekends. After these hours, there is to be no loitering.

No. MCC does not provide married housing. Members of the same sex share all apartments and rooms. Children are not allowed to stay in student housing for any reason.

No. At College Crossing, you may have guests of the opposite sex during visiting hours only. The dorms allow visitors of the opposite sex in the main lobby only.