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Reapplication is the process by which current residents reapply for housing for the following school year. It's an online process where residents electronically sign their 2021-2022 housing agreement, choose their roommates, rooms, and meal plans. 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 2021-2022 academic year. Scholarships will be offered according to the following criteria:
Please note the following rules and conditions regarding these scholarships:
During the 2020-2021 school year, students living in the residence halls who have completed 4 semesters living in the halls will receive reimbursement for a parking pass near their hall. Students who qualify will receive an email with further instructions on how to obtain their pass after reapplication concludes.
The Honors Community is designed for students who are selected for Missouri S&T's Honors Academy. As part of the Honors learning community, you will live and develop connections with other students enrolled in the Honors program on campus. Students will live together on the fourth floor of University Commons and participate in shared programs, field trips, and social activities including:
Please note that the timelines for reapplying to live in the Honors community is different from regular room sign-up. Students wishing to stay in the Honors Community but change rooms must email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than March 2nd. Students wishing to stay in their same room will complete the Same Room process between March 3rd and March 6th.
Interested in living in a mixed gender group? Complete the housing agreement in the housing portal but skip the roommate pages. Instead, fill out the Mixed Gender Contract and return it to Residential Life at email@example.com or 205 W. 12th St by March 1. We will match your group together on our end. If you have done this contract in previous years you will need to re-submit.
Week of February 8
Watch for an email regarding the full reapplication process and deadlines.
February 8 - February 20
Review deadlines and housing requirements and speak with your RA about any questions you have regarding reapplication.
Begining February 8
Virtual tours of each hall are available on the individual hall pages here.
Log into the housing portal to sign your housing contract and create any roommate groups.
Interested in living in a mixed gender group? Complete the housing contract in the housing portal but skip the roommate pages. Instead, fill out the Mixed Gender Contract and return it to Residential Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or 205 W. 12th St by March 1. We will match your group together on our end. If you have done this contract in previous years you will need to re-submit.
Students wishing to remain in their same complex in a different room will go on-line between noon on March 8th and 11:59pm on March 10th 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 15
60+ credit hours: anytime after noon on March 16
30+ credit hours: anytime after noon on March 17
Less than 30 credit hours: anytime after noon on March 18
Open sign up continues through April 6 for open spaces. After April 6, students who are not required to live on campus for the 2020-21 year will not be guaranteed housing though every effort will be made to house those requesting space.
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 Residential Life Housing Policy.
Log in to the housing portal. When logging in you will skip the regular log in section and click the "MST-STUDENT SSO LOGIN" to log in with your university credentials. On the top navigation bar go to, "HIF & Reapplication". There you will follow instructions to, first, agree to the housing contract. And and then continue on to roommate selection (next step).
When you click, "save & continue" on your housing contract the next page will be your roommate profile.
When you click, "save & continue" on the profile page it will take you to the roommate search page
Please note: Students planning to participate in the Same Room sign-up may not want to form roommate groups. During same-room all residents will get the opportunity to same room individually, including your current roommate. During same complex and open sign-up one person from a roommate group or pair will log in and assign the whole group.
After completing the above 2 steps, log into the housing portal on the time and date of the selection process you qualify for/want to participate in (find date specifics for each process in the time-line above).
During same room sign-up individuals can only assign themselves to the same bed space that they are currently in.
During same complex or open sign up, if you are part of a roommate group/pair only 1 person needs to sign in to assign the whole group. If you are not part of a group, you can still log in and sign up individually during these processes.
After selecting your room, select the dining plan you would like to have for the 2021-22 academic year. 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.
If you were assigned to a room by your roommate you can log in and pick a meal plan as well. Once you are assigned to a room, if you log in and click “HIF & Reapplication”>”Start Application”> “Continue” the system will jump you to where you last left off on the application and once you continue on it will take you directly to the meal plan selection page. Select your meal plan and hit “save & continue”.
Undergraduates attending Missouri S&T that are under the age of 21 who have not yet achieved 60 post high school credit hours, or who have not yet lived in university approved housing for 4 semesters are required to reside in university approved housing. For full details, review the Residential Life Housing Policy.
Please note: If you wish to apply for an exemption the above policy you will need to submit a 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.
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Who doesn't need a meal plan?
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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.
Date of cancelation
|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 cancelation
|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. Still can't find your answer? contact us using one of the methods below.