residence halls: important information & policies
Students are responsible for informing themselves of all policies and procedures at Marymount Manhattan College. Below is some important information that can be helpful, and you are strongly urged to read all relevant documents before submitting your application.
Please be advised, once you submit your housing application and housing deposit, you are agreeing to all the terms listed in the Housing Contract. We suggest you review the housing contract so you are familiar with your obligations, particularly the following points:
- Your housing contract is for the entire academic year. There are no refunds available should you leave housing, for any reason, for the duration of the contract. Should you leave housing, you are still responsible for the housing charges for the academic year.
- You agree to abide by all Check-In and Check-Out dates provided on the academic calendar and by the Office of Residence Life.
- Due to the needs of the Office of Residence Life, it is possible you may be consolidated at any point during the semester, or you may be requested to return early from break for a room consolidation. We recognize this can be an inconvenience, but it is sometimes necessary based on space restraints, and we will work with students individually to minimize the impact this process may have.
Please access the Housing Contract Here
Housing charges are per academic semester, and the January Session is not included in these fees. Residents are permitted to return for the January Session provided these requirements are met:
- Be registered full-time for the spring semester.
- Submit an application to the Office of Residence Life prior to the last day of the fall semester.
- January charges will be applied to the student's account once the application is received. Should you withdraw before the start of January session , there is a 50% penalty fee and no refunds will be given after the start of the January Session.
- There are limited meal options during January session, and Dining Dollars from the fall semester may be used for the January session.
Jump Start students are housed for the program in their academic year rooms, which will be a 4, 6, or 7-person apartments, and assignments will be made based on your deposit date. Participation in Jump Start signifies the participant has begun their housing contract at their check-in and all housing policies must be honored during the Jump Start session.
Any student wishing to change rooms can complete the Room Change Form (found online) the first Monday after the start of the semester.
For medical accommodations, please contact Office of Student Disability Services at 212-774-0724. Please note, there are no singles available in MMC housing.
Spring Housing Assignments
While the Office of Residence Life will make all attempts to place incoming spring residents in their preferred building, space may be limited. Therefore, incoming spring residents may be placed at either of our residence halls. Placement of incoming spring residents will be in early-mid January once the housing deposit and application have been received.