Are you a Master’s or Undergraduate student? Looking to live on-campus while pursuing theological education? You’re in the right place! MBTS/SC campus housing offers current full-time residential students – and their families – safe, convenient, and affordable housing solutions. Each of our four apartment neighborhoods are communities committed to their spiritual growth. They are all great places to prepare for a lifetime of ministry through fellowship, events, and activities for both single students and students with families.
The deadline for students applying to live in the undergraduate residence hall (dorm) is July 1st for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester. Students applying past the deadline may still receive a placement, but a $25 fee will be assessed for late applications.
Master’s students and non-traditional undergraduate students applying to live in apartments should apply for housing 6 months before their requested move-in date. Though we do our best to provide housing for all applicants, students who apply for an apartment within 3 months of the requested move-in date are unlikely to be placed given the high demand.
All rates listed on the MBTS housing page are for the 2022/23 academic year and effective 8.1.22 and are subject to change at the discretion of MBTS Administration.
Single Student Housing
Single students residing on campus have three options:
- The Undergraduate Residence Hall (Dorm)
- Multiple-occupancy graduate apartments
- Single-occupancy graduate apartments
Apartment buildings are dedicated to family housing and unmarried graduate student housing. They may be requested by students ages 20 and over. MBTS/SC has the right to make/change housing assignments to optimally accommodate housing requests/needs and efficiently utilize available units.
Married students live in apartments reserved for families. Family apartments consist of 2-3 bedroom apartments and a few 4-bedroom apartments. Midwestern’s main campus is ADA-accessible. A minimal amount of ADA-compliant campus accommodations are available.
Doctoral & PhD Student Housing
Doctoral students who commute to campus to attend doctoral seminars have the option to schedule guest accommodations.
Undergraduate & Masters Housing
Once you are a fully accepted student in a current full-time residential Undergraduate or Master’s program, you are eligible to apply for campus housing.
Off-Campus Apartment Housing
On occasion, our campus options may not meet your residential needs. Reasons could include: timing of your transition, availability of campus housing, size of apartment needed, or any number of other reasons. Midwestern does not negotiate rates with area apartment complexes. However, several complexes near campus are happy to assist students with their housing needs.
Trustee/Classroom building Lower Level Student Services area in Financial services, Room 110
Schedule a Housing Meeting (Phone or In-person)
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8:00 am – 4:30 pm (M-F)
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Closed for lunch)
10:00 – 11:00 am (Closed – T & W for chapel)
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Residency Requirements
- Move-In Instructions
- Move-Out Instructions
- Post Office Google Maps (may take up to two weeks to obtain postal keys)
All rates listed on the MBTS housing page are for the 2022/2023 academic year and effective 8.1.22. All rates are subject to change at the discretion of MBTS Administration
MaintenanceHousing Work Order
At some point during your residency, there will be maintenance required in your housing accommodation. To request maintenance, please complete and submit the work order form.
To report problems with the machines or request service, complete a Housing Work Order and select ‘Laundry’ under the ‘Work Type’ tab.
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