Reapplication

Choosing your room is easier than ever with myHousing. Just pick your roommates, choose your room, and submit your application. Or if you would like to start a Connections Community in any of our residence halls, just fill out the online application.

 

Start your room application

  • How to Apply
  • Learning Communities
  • Schedule and Deadlines
  • Tours
  • Room Cancellations
  • FAQ

How to Apply

 

1.) Review your residency requirements and options

Depending on your age or the amount credit hours you've accumulated, your housing and dining options may differ from other students. Make sure you meet the requirements to avoid any issues with the room selection process. View our policies to learn more. In addition to housing and dining options, there are also community options for you to consider. Check out the Learning Communities tab to find out more.

 

2.) Login to myHousing

The first step to the room application process is to login to MyHousing using your Missouri S&T username and password.

3.) Agree to the terms and conditions

If this is the first time you've logged in to myHousing for this term, you will need to agree to the Terms and Conditions of the Residence Hall Contract under the Applications tab on the top menu. Select the term "Fall 2017" when updating your preferences.

4.) Make any roommate requests

You may request up to 3 possible roommates/suitemates. If you plan to go through the same room process, you will not be able to request a different roommate because your current roommate has the opportunity to choose the same room. Connections Community applications do not need to select a roommate through MyHousing. Decide ahead of time which roommate will log in to select the room as multiple people logging in at the same time who have requested one another as roommates may cause a problem with the MyHousing system.

5.) Select your term, building and room

Log into MyHousing on the time and date of the selection process for the building you wish to live in and the time for which you qualify.

Review your roommate selections. If you have selected a roommate that has not selected you (not mutual) you will need to de-select them prior to picking a room. Select "Fall 2017" before trying to select a room (it should default to this term). You will see "select room" or "select suite". If you choose "select suite" you will be able to choose any available bedroom in that suite or apartment. If you have roommate requests click on "select suite". Assign yourself and your roommates to your preferred beds.

6.) Choose your dining options

Select the Dining plan you would like to have for the 2017-18 academic year. You may continue to come back to this site to update your Dining plan until August 1. You won't be able to select your dining plan prior to selecting a room because your eligibility for certain plans is connected to the building you will live in.

Note: As of Fall 2017, our meal plans will change. See our Meal Plan Options for additional details.

 

You are finished. You will receive a room confirmation e-mail to your Missouri S&T email account with a confirmation of your chosen room and dining plan. We look forward to having you back on campus next year!

Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are residential settings that promote learning outside of the classroom. Within learning communities, you'll experience an environment where you can learn from other residents, as well as from program opportunities. These communities are characterized by a high degree of student involvement and peer mentoring. They provide you the opportunity to further develop skills related to your own success while contributing to the learning of others. In the 2017-2018 school year, you'll have the opportunity to join the University Commons' Global Awareness or Entrepreneurship and Innovation communities, or you can start your own living community with our connections community application.

 

What are Connection Communities?

The connections program offers a unique community development approach by affording students the opportunity to shape the identity of unique, self-directed environments surrounding a common theme, issue, or interest. With the assistance of a Resident Assistant, students develop activities and community standards through a peer leadership approach with accountability measures established by Residential Life staff. Residents participating in the Connections Community program will be housed in Farrar, Buehler, Sally, Thomas Jefferson Hall, or Residential Commons.

 

Applying for Connections Communities and Living Learning Communities

 

1.) Fill out the community application

Whether you want to start a Connections Community or join one of the existing LLCs, you will need to fill out the application.  If you are wanting to start your own connections community, you'll need to fill our the connections community application, while if you are interested in an LLC, you'll need to fill out the learning community application.

2.) Login to myHousing and Agree to the terms and conditions

Login to myHousing using your Missouri S&T username and password and agree to the Terms and Conditions of the Residence Hall Contract under the Applications tab on the top menu. Select the term "Fall 2017" when updating your preferences.

3.) Wait for application Approval

All community applications will be approved or rejected by March 13th. If you have been accepted, you will receive an email instructing you on how to apply for your room. If your application is rejected, you will need to go through the housing process detailed in the How to Apply tab.

4.) Choose your dining options

Select the Dining plan you would like to have for the 2017-18 academic year. You may continue to come back to this site to update your Dining plan until August 1. You won't be able to select your dining plan prior to selecting a room because your eligibility for certain plans is connected to the building you will live in.

Note: As of Fall 2017, our meal plans will dramatically change. See your Meal Plan Options for additional details.

Schedule and Deadlines


The following time periods detail when you can apply for your room/building as well as when meetings about room selection will be held.

Week of February 1

Watch for an email regarding reapplication.

Week of February 6-10

Attend floor meeting (date and times will be posted on your floor by your RA) regarding application. Look at the reapplication materials ahead of time and come prepared with any questions.

Week of February 13-17

Tours of Miner Village, Downtown Campus, and University Commons will be available. Specific days and times can be found in the Tours tab.

Monday, February 27

Connections Community and LLC Applications Due. For more information, see the Learning Communities tab.

March 13-15

Miner Village, University Commons, and Rolla Suites same room sign up. Students wishing to remain in their same room in Miner Village, University Commons, or Rolla Suites will go on-line between noon on March 13th and noon on March 15th to complete their application and pick their same room.

march 16-18

Spring Recess

March 20-24

Open sign up available according to the following schedule:

90+ hours: anytime after noon on March 20 thru 8a.m. on March 21
60+ hours: anytime after noon on March 21 thru 8a.m. on March 22
30+ hours: anytime after noon on March 22 thru 8a.m. on March 23
Less than 30: anytime after noon on March 23 thru 8a.m. on March 24

march 25-April 2

Spring Break

April 3

Open sign up continues through April 8. Students who are not required to live on campus for the 2016-17 year will not be guaranteed housing after April 8, though every effort will be made to house those requesting space.

Tours

If you'd like to see what the rooms and buildings you'll be living in are like, stop by during the designated times below for an in-person tour.

*Tours will occur every 15 minutes on the quarter hour.

University Commons

University Commons - 8 & 4 Person Apartments
Tuesday, February 14th from 12pm-2pm, and 5pm-7pm

*Meet the tour guide at the UC front desk.

 

Miner Village

Miner Village - 2 and 4 Bedroom
Wednesday, February 15th from 12pm-2pm, and 5pm-7pm

 *Meet the tour guide in the Miner Village Club House.

Downtown Campus 

Farrar Hall and Rolla Suites
Thursday, February 16 from 12pm-2pm, and 5pm-7pm

 

Sally and Buehler Hall
Friday, February 17th from 12pm-2pm, and 5pm-7pm

 *Signs will be posted at the entrance of each building for tour meeting locations.

Room Cancellations


We understand that your circumstances may change after you’ve selected a room. There is a period of time where you are able to cancel your room assignment without penalty if you are not required to live on campus. Please review the room cancellation dates below to ensure you avoid penalty.

If you cancel by:

June 1 - No cancellation penalty
June 30 - $400 cancellation penalty
August 21 - $600 cancellation penalty
After August 21 - $600 + 5% of room and board charges cancellation penalty

FAQ

MyHousing

Why can't I register for a room?

If you are unable to register for a room, it may be due to someone requesting you as a roommate. To check pending requests, go to MyHousing and select Room Selection then Roommates/Suitemates. Enter "Fall 2017" for the term and you should see any incoming requests. If you are still having issues applying for housing, contact the Residential Life main office.

 

Communication

How will Residential Life communicate with residents?

Residential Life will be using reslife.mst.edu and your Missouri S&T e-mail. Please check your e-mail regularly, and do not ignore messages from Residential Life.

 

How will I know if my Connections Community was approved?

Residential Life will contact your community leader before March 13th about whether or not your community was approved.

 

Meal Plans

When will my meal plan get assigned?

You will pick your own meal plan after you select a room. If you don't chose a meal plan, you will be assigned Meal Plan #4, 150 meals per semester + 280 DBDs per year.

 

Who can select the partial meal plan number 5?

Students eligible for meal plan 5 are any of the following:

  • Students living in Buehler, Sally, Farrar Co-ops, Miner Village,  Rolla Suites or University Commons.
  • Students classified as juniors, seniors, or graduate students.
  • Students 21 years of age or older.

 

Selecting a Room

What if I can't see the room I want for next year?

Unfortunately, that means the room is not available; either it's been selected before you, or is not a room that we have designated as available for returning students.

 

How do I know that my room selection went through? Will I receive a confirmation?

You will receive an e-mail to your S&T e-mail account, and you will see the room selection on your MyHousing home screen.

 

Roommates

I want my same room, and I want to pick my roommate. Can I do that?

No, picking your same room is an individual decision. Once same room sign up has completed and open room sign up has started, your preferred roommate can select your room if it is still available.

 

I want an incoming freshman as a roommate. What do i do?

This is only possible in TJ or RC. To apply to be TJ or RC, returning students must apply as connections communities. Up to 40% of a connections community can be held for incoming freshmen, but the incoming student MUST request someone in your connections community on their Housing Interest Form. If they do not turn in their form before May 15, or do not request you, the request will not be honored.

 

How do I select a roommate or suitemate?

After logging into MyHousing, select Room Selection then Roommates/Suitemates. For best results, enter your preferred roommate's name or email address and select Begin Search. Select the correct student from the list. Your selected roommate will receive a confirmation email that they have been selected by you.

 

How do I change or cancel a roommate/suitemate request?

Click 'Remove' for the roommate/suitemate from the Roommate/Suitemate screen.

 

I want to know who my roommate is before I make a room selection. Is there a way to get this information?

The only way to know who is going to be your roommate before you select a room, is to agree to be a roommate with someone. Otherwise, you won't know who your roommate is going to be until after you select your room.

 

What if I don't have a roommate preference?

That's fine, but a roommate will be placed with you. Your roommate will be either a fellow returning resident, or an incoming freshman or transfer student.

 

Special Living Communities/Situations

How do I apply for the Honors Housing?

Students that are selected for Missouri S&T's Honors Academy will be eligible for the Honors Housing. You will want to apply to live in the Honors Living Learning Community by Febuary 27th. You can find the application under Learning Communities tab. 

 

What if I change my mind and want to live off campus?

If you are eligible to live off campus, you may cancel your room assignment and meal plan by e-mail at reslife@mst.edu. Cancellation penalties will be applied after June 1st.

 
What if I want to live with a member of the opposite gender?

Mixed gender housing is permitted in Buehler, Sally, and Miner Village The following rules pertain to mixed gender housing:

  • Buehler and Sally: Students must be assigned to a room with someone of the same gender. However, rooms within apartments may be of a different gender. You will be able to request this through your Connections Community application.
  • Miner Village: Students wishing to live in mixed gender apartments in these buildings will need to come to the Residential Life Office prior to their assignment time and complete a mixed gender agreement. You will be hand assigned by the Residential Life staff during your assignment time period. 

 

How will I be placed in a room within my approved connections community?

Once Connections Communities are approved, they will be informed of the location they were approved for (Floor and room numbers, or apartment number). They will then be asked to provide a final roster and assignments for those individuals within their location. Residential Life staff will then manually assign the community members to those spaces.

 

Additional Information

When/where are the floor meetings in the complexes for the residents?

Please talk to your Resident Assistant/Apartment Resource Assistant for information about room selection community meetings.

 

I'm having trouble logging in to the system. What do I do?

First, clear your cache and cookies and restart your browser. If that does not help, e-mail Residential Life at reslife@mst.edu. Let us know what browser (include version) you are using, if you have tried more than one browser and if you have tried more than one computer.

 

Contact us for help

If you still have questions after reading the material and attending your floor meeting, please contact the Residential Life Office at reslife@mst.edu or 573-341-4218.

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Housing and Dining Requirements

Undergraduates attending Missouri S&T who have not yet achieved junior status (60 credit hours), or who have not completed the equivalent of four full semester of academic work, are required to reside in university approved housing.

Waivers: If you wish to apply to waive out of the above policy you will need to submit a Residency Policy Request for Waiver form. This form must be turned into the Residential Life office, and can be found on our Forms and Publications page.

Who needs a meal plan?

  • Anyone living in Thomas Jefferson, Residential Commons, or Farrar ground floor traditional rooms is required to have a meal plan.
  • Anyone not a junior (60 credit hours) or above, or under 21 is also required to have a meal plan.  

Who doesn't need a meal plan?

  • Anyone living in Miner Village, University Commons, Farrar Co-Ops, Buehler, Sally, or Rolla Suites who is a Junior or older than 21 can choose to not have a meal plan.

Who can get a meal plan?

  • Anyone living in Miner Village, University Commons, Farrar Co-Ops, Buehler, Sally, or Rolla Suites.
  • Anyone who is a Junior or older than 21 (no matter where they will be living) is eligible to pick meal plan 5  a partial meal plan.

 

Please Note: Students will NOT be able to move into the residence hall until proof of the meningitis vaccination has be received and evaluated by Student Health OR a request for a waiver has been submited and approved by Student Health.

Complete your meningitis requirement per Missouri State Law 754 section 174.335 - In order to live in university-approved housing, including fraternities, sororities, and Christian Campus House, a student must have received a meningococcal vaccine. Students who have a medical or religious issue and wish to seek an exemption of the requirement will need to apply for a waiver and have that application approved by Student Health Services. In order for a waiver to be granted, documentation must be submitted supporting the need for a waiver. For more information about the Meningococcal Meningitis policy and infections, please refer to Student Health. You may contact Student Health Services with any questions at msths@mst.edu or 573-341-4284.

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Additional Information

If you choose to go through room selection without a particular roommate choice, we encourage you to sign up for a space that already has at least one person assigned. You are not restricted to doing so, however after room selection we will review each floor and may choose to consolidate students who are in double/triple rooms by themselves. We will not consolidate you with anyone who is not on your chosen floor.

Students currently living in Miner Village, University Commons, and Rolla Suites will be available for same room reapplication, while students interested in moving to these halls will use the open sign up process. Students interested in any other location (TJ, RC, Buehler, Sally, or Farrar) will need to complete the Connections Community application process.

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