Single Student Housing

Students under the age of 20 are required to live on-campus, in the dormitory, or with an immediate blood relative within a 50-mile radius. Undergraduate single students who apply for housing will automatically be assigned to the dorm. Once the facility reaches capacity, elder undergraduates may be assigned to other non-family accommodations as available. Undergraduate students, age 20 or over, may request available, alternative single student housing. Such requests will only be considered, when accompanied by an exception request. Availability, among other considerations, will be determining factors in the approval process for such requests. All requests will be considered, but all may not be granted. Single students not housed in the dormitory, reside in dedicated buildings of multiple and single occupancy apartments. MBTS/SC does NOT allow pets unless it is a documented service/emotional support animal and has been approved by submission of an Exception Request.

Non-family housing is assigned through the Student Life office. Assignments commence in mid-November for spring semester and in mid-June for the fall semester. All housing assignment information is communicated through your student email. Meals, utilities and room, are included in the single-student undergraduate semester housing fee. A scheduled undergraduate move in day is established each semester and will be communicated with your housing assignment. All undergraduate students, are required to submit a Semester Transition Form each semester, at least 30 days prior to that scheduled move out date. All undergraduate single students are required to move out of campus housing on the scheduled move out day at the end of each semester.
Housing Portal

Residence Hall – Non-Family 4 students per suite (73)

$4,250/semester Room & Board

RESIDENCE HALL (Dorm)

Dorm housing is comprised of shared block suites, consisting of two rooms, sharing a common bath/shower facility. Two students are assigned per room, totaling four students per shared block suite.

No food storage or warming devices are allowed in the rooms of the dormitory. The undergraduate semester housing fee includes meals. Please coordinate with your roommate regarding small household items for your room.

Cost of DORM

The semester housing fee is all inclusive – room, meals, electricity, gas, trash, water.  Public Wi-Fi & basic cable are available in the lounge area. Single student undergraduate housing rates are per semester and are due by the first day of class. A $100 per student – non-family housing deposit is required with submission of the housing application. All rates are subject to change at the discretion of MBTS Administration.

AMENITIES

  • Standard twin bed provided for each resident
  • 3 drawer dresser provided for each resident
  • Desk & chair for each resident, as available
  • Microwave and 2-burner cooktop in the lounge areas on each floor, for use by all residents on that floor
  • Refrigerator provided on each floor, for use by residents on that floor
  • Coin operated laundry located on:
    • 2nd floor for male residents
    • Lower level for female residents
  • Public Wi-Fi is available throughout the building, included in the semester fee
  • TV with Basic Cable is provided in the lounge areas, included in the semester fee
  • Bike rack and grills provided outside

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Non-Family Apartments – Multiple Students – 2, 3 & 4 Bdrm Apts (15)

$475/month

Cost of non-family APARTMENT Housing 2020/21

The room rate is all inclusive – electricity, gas, trash, water, Public Wi-Fi & basic cable. All rates are subject to change at the discretion of MBTS Administration. Apartment rates are monthly but may be paid by semester. A $100 per student – non-family housing deposit is required with submission of the housing application. All rates are subject to change at the discretion of MBTS Administration.

AMENITIES

Non-family, multiple and single-occupancy, graduate apartments are equipped with kitchens and coin-operated laundry facilities are available in the basement of the building. Non-family apartment furnishings include –

  • Refrigerator
  • Range/oven

Please provide your own bedroom furnishings and coordinate with your assigned roommate/s regarding other furniture, small appliances and household items, to equip your apartment.


Non-Family Apartments – Single Occupancy – 1 Bdrm Apts (8)

$620/month
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Carey Ct. (1br) Click for full-size image. Interior Image

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Carey Ct. (3br) Click for full-size image.


Guest & Visitation Policy

RESIDENCE HALL (DORM) & NON-FAMILY APARTMENTS (SINGLE MEN/WOMEN):

Each hallway within the Residence Hall is assigned to either males or females. No opposite sex visitors are allowed on the hallway at any point in time. Immediate family members (i.e. fathers, sisters, etc.) are the only exception to this rule, but must be preceded with permission from an Resident Assistant (RA). The presence of a visiting family member of the opposite sex must be announced on the hall prior to his/her arrival on the floor.

The ground floor lobby of the Residence Hall is considered community space, but closes at 12:00 midnight on Sunday through Thursday nights, and at 2:00 A.M. on Friday and Saturday nights. Quiet hours within the Residence Hall are from 10:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M., and are to be honored throughout the building. All rooms on the lower level of the Residence Hall are to remain locked and unoccupied, except in the case of a severe weather emergency.

In the apartments, men and women are permitted to visit each other’s apartments as long as it is a group setting (i.e. at least 3 people are present, not counting the roommate.) Immediate family members (i.e. fathers, sisters, etc.) are the only exception to this rule. No opposite sex visitor should stay past 12:00 midnight on Sunday through Thursday nights, or past 2:00 A.M. on Friday and Saturday nights. If the roommate requests that the visitor leave earlier, then that request should be honored. In an apartment, the living room and kitchen are considered “community areas.” The bedrooms, however, are always off limits to members of the opposite sex.

If a single resident desires to have a same-sex friend sleep over for a night or two, he/she must (a) obtain permission from all roommates prior to the guest arriving; and (b) receive permission from the RA by email or text communication prior to the guest arriving. If the student wishes to host the guest for more than two nights, then (a) prior approval must be given by all roommates; and (b) prior approval must be given by email or text communication by the RA; and (c) any guest staying more than three consecutive days must obtain permission from the Assistant Director of Student Life.

All residents are to honor and respect the preferences of their roommates regarding any visitors, either individuals or groups. It is highly recommended that roommates discuss expectations at the beginning of the semester. Violations of the visitation policy should be reported to the Men’s RA, the Women’s RA, the Assistant Director of Student Life, or Midwestern Security. To disregard this policy will result in consequences as determined by the Dean of Students.