The Meridian Community College Department of Housing and Residence Life commits to establishing an educational culture in which all students are valued. The department strives to create a healthy, safe, and interactive residential environment.  Staff members embrace and promote diversity, respect, personal growth and academic success.  
The mission of Housing and Residence Life is to provide a residential experience that supports MCC's mission and extends student education beyond the classroom. To fulfill our mission, we perform the following essential functions.
  • Provide affordable, safe, secure and clean accommodations conducive to learning.
  • Provide efficient, cost-effective room assignments and administrative services.
  • Establish guidelines that provide structure for compatible and cooperative community living.
  • Provide and actively recruit student participation in experiences to assist new students in their transition to MCC and in community development and a wide variety of activities. 


    Application for Housing

    Frequently AskED Questions

    Elliott Hall

    Elliott Hall is the latest addition to MCC student housing. It features one-bedroom suites on two floors, laundry facilities, parking and common areas.

    College Crossing

    College Crossing Apartments features one and two-bedroom apartments, laundry facilities and parking.

    Thornton Hall

    Thornton Hall features two-bedroom suites on two floors, laundry facilities, parking and common areas.


For more information:For more information:
Reggie Davis, director of residence life and housing