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ARE YOU CLEARED FOR HOUSING?

Watch this video for step by step instructions on how to get cleared for housing!
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WAITLIST UPDATE

Morgan State University is experiencing record enrollment for the Fall 2022 academic semester. Currently, we have a very high number of students applying for housing via the waitlist application site. Unfortunately as a result of this high demand, housing will only be available to a limited number of students from the waitlist.

Should University-managed housing become available,we will contact waitlisted students in the order of their placement on the waitlist. Given the limited availability, it is strongly suggested that you begin to actively secure other housing arrangements. To assist you in this process, below you’ll find apartment complexes that are affiliated with University-managed housing. Each is designed for student housing, and in many cases already has Morgan State University student residents at the property. For added convenience, all of the complexes are part of the University’s shuttle service network for easy transport to and from campus. You will need to contact these facilities directly regarding available housing, and you will be required to rent/lease directly with the facility. Considering the housing options provided below are off-campus facilities, we recommend all MSU students residing off-campus to become acquainted with our Off-Campus Housing Services (OCH). Visit OCH online for ample resources, checklists, and a general “living off-campus 101” guide to make your transition to a positive off-campus living experience. Should you receive housing from any of the following facilities, please be sure to remove your name from the waitlist:

Off Campus Affiliated Apartment Complexes
The York
The York Apartments
301 York Rd, Towson MD 21201
(410) 862-8916

Towson Town Place
Towson Town Place Apartments
6906 Donachie Rd, Glenwood MD 21239
(443) 391-8822

HH Midtown
HH Midtown Apartments
30 W. Biddle Street Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 637-3730

Nine East
Nine East Apartments
9 E. 33rd Street Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 235-0947

The ALTUS
Altus Towson Row
22 W. Susquehanna Ave Towson, MD 21204
(410) 296-3900

CLICK HERE FOR OUR OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING INFORMATION RESOURCE
CLICK HERE TO ADD A MEAL PLAN OR MAKE AN ADJUSTMENT

***Please be advised that the meal plan costs are subject to change.***


FALL 2022 MOVE-IN IS HERE!


Fall 2022 Move-In Schedule
New Students: August 12th-14th
Returning Students: August 19th-21st
dates may be subject to change

Make sure you stop by Parent Connect for food, 360 video booth, and more!
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After you are all moved in, get ready for Freshman Week 2022!  We have a great line-up of events planned that you don't want to miss. Click here for the schedule.


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Welcome!

The Office of Residence Life & Housing (ORLH) at Morgan State University supports and is an integral part of the educational and social development of our students. Additionally, we provide a safe and comfortable living environment that enhances the academic success and achievements of our students.

At Morgan State University, students who are a part of the residential community are afforded a variety of opportunities for personal growth and development. We accomplish this through both structured and informal programs, and leadership opportunities throughout the academic year.

The term "residence hall" is a source of pride for those who work in The Office of Residence Life & Housing. It is based on the idea that in-class instruction is only a part of the college student's academic experience. Research has shown that 60% of a college student's time is spent outside of the classroom.

The foundation of our Residence Life program is student academic success. We provide an educational setting that integrates classroom and interpersonal development into a holistic learning experience. We also provide a living-learning environment that is conducive to the educational growth and personal development of the student.

We seek to build a community that inspires life experiences, citizenship, and personal growth. It is important to us that we realize our stake in the development of tomorrow's leaders.
Student success is our foundation!

Sincerely,
Dr. Douglas Gwynn
Director, The Office of Residence Life & Housing