In order to confirm assignment to M State campus housing, all applicants that are approved for housing will be required to complete an electronic contract.
The online form will be provided when you have completed the application process (submitted both the form and $200 prepayment). You will have five days to complete the contract. Below is a preview of a sample (not official) contract for your review.
If you are under 18, then a parent/legal guardian is required to also sign the electronic contract.
Complete the Room Inventory and Condition Report form as you walk around during your move-in. You must submit the Condition Report within three days of moving in to remain compliant with your housing contract. Take your time, and be thorough.
Previous resident and staff forms will be compared to the one you complete upon move in. If there is damage to College property beyond what is considered normal wear and tear, and that damage was not documented in your move in report nor is it found on any other report, then appropriate repair or replacement fees may be billed to your student account upon check out.
If you have executed and signed your contract, and now want to cancel it, please complete the online Housing Contract Cancellation form (http://www.minnesota.edu/help-login/?p_next_page=housing-contract-cancellation).
Please note: notice of cancellation to the admissions, financial aid, business or records office or to other College offices does not constitute notice of cancellation of your Contract to the Office of Housing and Residential Life.
M State Office of Housing and Residential Life understands that plans change. Applicants must withdraw their campus housing applications if they wish to avoid administrative fees.
You may cancel the application by June 30 and avoid cancellation fees. If you cancel on or after July 1, there is a $50 administrative fee.
Complete the Pre-Term Cancellation Form if you have decided to withdraw your application to live in M State resident halls.
This policy establishes procedures for M State's response to reports of missing residents, as required by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008. For the purposes of this policy, a resident may be considered a missing person if the resident's absence is suspiciously different from their usual pattern of behavior or unusual circumstances may have caused the absence. Visit Missing Person Policy to review the policy, and to complete your emergency contact registration form.
Last modified: August 16th, 2018 at 04:00pm