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What is Reapplication?
Reapplication is the process by which residents reapply for housing for the following school year. It's an online process where residents choose their new roommates, rooms, and meal plans, as well as electronically sign their 2019-2020 housing agreement. This year, we are introducing a new scholarship program, a pet-friendly hall, and a process for large groups to be assigned early into University Commons in addition to the Living Learning Communities we have on campus. You can find information about all of these options and more below.
Residential Life will be offering select undergraduate students incentive scholarships for remaining in the residence halls during the 2019-2020 academic year. Scholarships will be offered according to the following criteria:
- Students who have previously completed 2 or 3 semesters in the residence halls and completed a FAFSA will receive a $200 award ($100 each semester).
- Students who have previously completed 4, 5, 6, or 7 semesters in the residence halls and have an estimated family contribution (EFC) of less than $7000 will receive a $2000 award ($1000 each semester).
- Students who have previously completed 4, 5, 6, or 7 semesters in the residence halls and have an estimated family contribution (EFC) between $7001 and $12,000 will receive a $1000 award ($500 each semester).
- Students who have previously completed 4, 5, 6, or 7 semesters in the residence halls and have an estimated family contribution (EFC) over $12,000 but have completed a FAFSA will receive a $200 award ($100 each semester)
Please note the following rules and conditions regarding these scholarships:
- Should the housing agreement be cancelled and the student moves out of the residence hall prior to the conclusion of the semester, the full scholarship will be rescinded.
- Students who receive discounted or no-cost housing (e.g. RAs), will not be eligible for these scholarships.
- Scholarship dollars will be disbursed ten days prior to the first day of classes for the given semester if the student has an active housing agreement and room assignment for the semester and meets the criteria for a scholarship.
- Summer terms do not count as a “semester” of residence.
- A past semester will only count towards eligibility if the student lived in hosing for 50% or more of the semester.
- Students who have lived in the residence halls less than 2 semesters or more than 7 semesters are not eligible for a scholarship.
- The scholarship is available only to undergraduate students.
- Students must be enrolled to receive this scholarship.
- Students who qualify for a housing scholarship will see it autmatically applied to their account with no forms necessary.
Missouri S&T is offering a unique experience allowing some students to participate in a living option in Farrar Hall that is pet friendly. By living in this type of community, students will take on accountability, personal, and social responsibility for their pet, which may be challenging and time consuming. However, pet ownership can also benefit students emotionally, psychologically and socially, provide meaningful experiences, relieve stress, and lift one's mood. While pet ownership is not for everyone, those who receive approval must remember that the opportunity to have a pet on campus is a privilege, not a right.
Students interested in living in the pet hall will need to read the 2019 Animal Housing Guide for policies and guidelines for approved animals. Then, during the room selection process, be sure to select a Farrar hall room. Finally, be sure to fill out the pet application found on the Resources and Forms page. This form will be made available starting March 1st.
Please note: There will be a non-refundable $250 fee assessed to those who apply for and are approved to bring a pet.
One of the easiest ways for you to experience everything residential life has to offer is on-campus residential learning communities. Living Learning Communities (LLCs) are specialized living environments that connect students based on special interests or experiences. Each LLC is unique and centered on a distinctive theme. Students who choose to live in an LLC have the opportunity to closely engage with campus faculty and partners, access to intentional events and programs, and dedicated staff members who work to make the community a success. In the 2019-2020 academic year, you’ll have the opportunity to join the University Commons’ Entrepreneurship and Innovation or Honors communities.
We want to give students who are interested in living in an 8-person UC apartment (4 double rooms) with eight people the opportunity to fill those whole units early in the room selection process while there are still whole units available. Otherwise, apartments start to become partially filled with one or two people at a time, and it's hard to find a unit for a group of eight.
Groups of eight who fill out and submit the Large Group Application and UC Large Group Roster prior to March 6th at noon will have the chance to be assigned together as a group to a fully open UC apartment. Residential Life will assign these students between the end of same room sign up, but before same complex sign up begins.
Timeline for Reapplication
Week of February 1
Watch for an email regarding the full reapplication process and deadlines.
February 4 - 10
Review deadlines and speak with your RA about any questions you have regarding reapplication.
Tours of Miner Village, Downtown Campus, and University Commons will be available.
- Monday 2/11/19 5pm to 8pm: DTC Rolla Suites and Farrar tours
- Tuesday 2/12/19 5pm to 8pm: UC tours
- Wednesday 2/13/19 5pm to 8pm: MV tours
Students wishing to tour University Commons and Miner Village will meet at the hall's front desk. Students interested in touring Rolla Suites will meet at the South Rolla Suites office. Students wishing to tour Farrar Hall will meet at the Farrar front entrance.
Students wishing to join an LLC will need to fill out the learning community application no later than February 18th. After filling out this application, login to MyHousing and accept the Terms and Conditions for the 2019-20 Fall semester.
All community applications will be approved or rejected by March 4th. 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 below.
Students wishing to remain in their same room will go on-line between noon on March 4th and 11:59pm on March 7th to choose their same room.
UC 8 person priority applications and roster are due March 6th at 12pm.
Students wishing to remain in their same complex in a different room will go on-line between noon on March 11th and 11:59pm on March 13th to pick their new room in the same complex.
Open sign ups are available according to the following schedule:
90+ credit hours: anytime after noon on March 18
60+ credit hours: anytime after noon on March 19
30+ credit hours: anytime after noon on March 20
Less than 30 credit hours: anytime after noon on March 21
Open sign up continues through April 8 for open spaces. After April 8, students who are not required to live on campus for the 2019-20 year will not be guaranteed housing though every effort will be made to house those requesting space.
How to Reapply
Before starting the reapplication process, we highly recommend reviewing your various housing options. Depending on your age, or the amount credit hours you've accumulated, your Living Options and Dining Options may differ from other students. Make sure you meet the requirements to avoid any issues with the room selection process by reviewing the new Residential Life Housing Policy.
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 "2019 Housing Reapplication" when updating your preferences.
You may request up to 4 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. 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.
Please note: Students participating in the Same Room sign-up will not be allowed to pick roommates to allow all students the opportunity to select their same 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 2019" 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.
After selecting your room, select the dining plan you would like to have for the 2019-20 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.
Housing and Dining Requirements
Undergraduates attending Missouri S&T who have not yet achieved 60 post high school credit hours, or who have not completed the equivalent of four full semester of academic work, are required to reside in university approved housing. For full details, review the 2019 Residential Life Housing Policy.
Please note: If you wish to apply to waive out of the above policy you will need to submit a Residency Policy Request for Housing Exemption form. This form must be turned into the Residential Life office, and can be found on our Resources and Forms 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 email@example.com or 573-341-4284.
Deadlines and fees
Date of application
|Before June 1st
|June 1 - July 15||$200|
|July 16 - Opening Day (Fall)||$400|
|After Opening Day||$600 + pro-rated room and board charges|
Date of application
|Before December 1st
|December 1 - 31||$200|
|January 1 - Opening Day (Spring)||$400|
|After Opening Day||$600 + pro-rated room and board charges|
Have questions? Check out our Reapplication FAQ for additional details.