Did you know that, for the fall 2011 semester, housing is guaranteed for incoming students? Since 1914, when Montclair State opened its first residence hall, living on campus has been a popular option for Red Hawks. Now more than ever, setting up roots in Red Hawk Country is the way to go.
Currently, almost 3,900 students live on campus in residence halls that range from traditional doubles to apartment-style living. In 2011, the number of residential students will grow considerably: a beautiful new residential/dining complex—The Heights—is under construction on the north end of campus, adding hundreds of new beds to the University’s existing residential capacity.
So, how can you make Montclair State your home away from home? Once you’ve been admitted, just be sure to submit your tuition and housing deposits before the posted deadlines to secure your space. After your deposit is received, you’ll be able to submit your housing preferences… you could even be among the first students to live in The Heights when it opens in September!
Want to learn more about living at Montclair State University? See pictures, floor plans, and more at our Residence Halls page, and be sure to read about SILCs – Special Interest Living Communities that enable residential students to live with other students with interests just like their own.