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Residential Life & Housing



Marymount is committed to helping you establish a home away from home in a residential community that is comfortable, engaging, and built to complement your academic life. Thus, more than 900 students choose to call Marymount home.

Additional reasons you may decide to reside in University housing include:

  • Community atmosphere
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Educational and social programming
  • Ability to develop lifelong friendships
  • Access to a well-trained and cheerful staff
  • Convenient location to access all campus facilities and University shuttles
  • Single, reasonable charge that covers housing, all utilities, Internet, cable TV, dining plan, Student Health Center services, and laundry services.

Adjustment to Housing License Agreement

The Housing License Agreement (HLA) has been adjusted to reflect a change in the university calendar. This change impacts certain dates in the HLA; the new dates (in bold) are as follows:
Meals begin, under the License, with brunch on Saturday, August 27, (dinner, Sunday, January 15, for students having second semester only Licenses) and end the day of the Student’s final examination, except that no meals will be served during catalog scheduled vacation periods declared subsequent to this agreement.
 

Dates of Occupancy

Spring Opening for Undergraduate Students:
a)      New incoming students who need to attend the Spring Orientation Essentials will              be Wednesday, January 11, 9 a.m.
b)     Returning students will be Sunday, January 15, 10 a.m.
 

Housing Cancellation Fee Information

Request Received By  Cancellation Fee Schedule
June 15 (November 15) $0
June 16- June 30 
(November 16-
November 30)
$300
July 1- August 28
(December 1- January 15)
$1000
First Week of Classes $300 + 25% of Room & Board
Second Week of Classes $300 + 50% of Room & Board
Third Week of Classes $300 + 75% of Room & Board
Fourth Week of Classes $300 + 100% of Room & Board
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