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New/incoming students: 

Please review our information on submitting your housing agreement for the upcoming  academic year.

 

Current students: 

Please see information on apartment applications for the upcoming academic year as well as residence hall room sign-up.  For current students, this process allows you to choose your room for the next academic year!  (See full info below!)

 

First and second year students as well as new transfers (with less than 48 UCM accepted credit hours) are required to live on campus as part of the Board of Governors policy. 

See the link below to download specific year/term housing applications.  As a more economical and sustainable option, we more highly encourage students to submit their agreement via MyCentral

 

Watch our how-to video on submitting your residence hall agreement via MyCentral Here!

 

2022-2023 Residence Hall Agreement

Download Fall 2022-Spring 2023 Residence Hall Agreement

Note that the $100 deposit is due when sending agreement if that is not on file.  We encouarge students to submit via MyCentral when possible.

 

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Residence Hall Application Process

First year students must submit their housing agreement either via MyCentral.  A $100 deposit is due at the time of the agreement.  Credit/debit cards may be used if agreement is submitted via MyCentral.  Checks/money order/ is accepted for agreements sent via mail.  If submitted within our office, we can only accept, cash, check, or money order (ATM located in UCM Elliott Student Union).

 

Safe and Inclusive Living Special Housing Interest Program Application

Live and learn together in an inclusive and supportive community

SAIL

University Housing at the University of Central Missouri is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all students residing in the residence halls. Part of the commitment is providing gender inclusive housing options for students who identify as transgender, gender-nonconforming, non-binary, and their allies. Gender Inclusive Housing furthers UCM’s non-discrimination policy in regards to gender identity and/or expression.

The SAIL SHIP is a community where students of diverse gender identities/expressions and sexual orientations, including allies, live and learn together in an inclusive and supportive community.  This community supports students who identify as LGBTQIA+ or an ally.  This SHIP allows roommates and suitemates to live together regardless of gender identity and expression.  

Do you have an interest in the SAIL SHIP/Gender Inclusive Housing? This includes…
You feel more comfortable living with someone who does not identify as the same gender as you
You would like to live with a family member or friend who does not identify as the same gender as you
You identify as gender queer, transgender or a non-binary identity
You have a medical need for an aid to live with you who may not identify as the same gender as you
You support and are comfortable living in a gender diverse space. For example with persons whose gender identity & expression may be across the spectrum and might be fluid? (i.e. transgender students in transition, students who transgress gender and do not conform to gender "norms" or identity, etc.).


Please indicate this interest on your housing agreement.  IN ADDITION, students must also fill in a special application/agreement for the SAIL SHIP located below.  Failure to complete this application will prevent students from being assigned to this floor.

 

Note that the link below is NOT our overall housing agreement, but a special application to just live on the SAIL SHIP.

SAIL SHIP Application and Agreement

 

Apartment Application Process

The process below is for apartment process for the upcoming academic year.  Current students who meet apartment eligibility and wish to apply for any current apartment availability/waitlist can do so via MyCentral. The apartment application is located under the housing section in the Student Records and Registration menu.

Review information below for the 2022-2023 apartment applications: 

Students who do not currently live in our on campus apartments OR students who wish to move from one apartment complex to another can apply when apartment applications go live on December 1 at 8:00 am.  Visit our Apartment Living page to view requirements to live within our various apartments on campus.  Current apartment residents will have the option to reapply and then we fill remaining apartments by those on the wait list.  Wait list students will be offered apartments on a first-come first serve basis based on the time of their submitted application.

Students currently living in on-campus apartments and wishing to relocate to a different on campus apartment complex MUST re-apply and get on the wait list. 

 

Students are to follow the application process that will be provided below.  Students applying for the first time for apartment living may also see the timeline for apartment offering dates.  

 

Apartment Application process for Fall 2022/Spring 2023 Academic Year

Apartment Applications go live at 8 am on December 1

The Crossing

  • January 18-21:  Current residents of The Crossing wishing to stay in their same apartment complete agreement
  • January 25-26:  Current residents of The Crossing wishing to move to another apartment within The Crossing  complete agreement for different apartment
  • February 01:  Apartments will be offered to new applications for The Crossing (offered based on time application is received)

*Current residents wishing to re-apply for their same apartment or different apartment within their current complex must complete new agreement in-person at the University Housing office located in Ellis Complex, L23.

Foster-Knox/ Nickerson / Todd Apartments

  • February 7-9:  Current residents of Foster-Knox/Nickerson/Todd Apartments wishing to stay in their same apartment complete agreement
  • February 10-11:  Current residents of Foster-Knox/Nickerson/Todd Apartments wishing to move to another apartment within their current apartment complex complete agreement for different apartment
  • February 15-16:  Apartments will be offered to new applications for Foster-Knox/Nickerson/Todd Apartments  (offered based on time application is received)

*Current residents wishing to re-apply for their same apartment or different apartment within their current complex must complete new agreement in-person at the University Housing office located in Ellis Complex, L23.

Greenwood Park / Central Village Apartments

  • February 21 - March 4:  Current residents of Greenwood Park/Central Village wishing to stay in their same apartment complete agreement
  • March 8:  Apartments will be offered to new applications for Greenwood Park/Central Villages  (offered based on time application is received)

*Current residents wishing to re-apply for their same apartment or different apartment within their current complex must complete new agreement in-person at the University Housing office located in Ellis Complex, L23.

Residence Hall Reapplication Process

(for continuing students)

Your Campus

Students are highly encouraged to continue with residence hall room selection process if they are placed on the apartment waiting list to still have the highest chance of their first-choice residence hall living space. 

Visit our Pricing Information page to view the various rates for residence hall living.  Please note that the UCM Board of Governors does not approval room/board rates until later in the spring semester.  

 

Fall 2022/Spring 2023

 

Step 1:

Complete your on-campus housing agreement on MyCentral by February 10th to be eligible for the first round of online sign-ups/selection

Step 2:

Sign up on the date that applies to you to choose your room, roommate, and/or suitemates (instructions will be emailed to students).  To see full residence hall living options, visit our Residence Hall Living page.

See important dates below.

Important Room Sign-Up/Selection Dates:

  • February 10:  Last day to submit your housing agreement to be eligible for the FIRST round of online room sign-up/selection

  • February 16-20:  Room retention sign-up (if you want to keep your current room) for those who currently reside on a floor that will be designated an upper-class floor next year

  • February 24:  Online open sign-up/selection begins for those who submitted agreements by February 10 (open selection to live in any residence hall on campus)

  • March 03:  Online open sign-up/selection continues on a first-come, first-served basis for those who submit agreements after February 10.

  • April 08:  Last day to pick your room online


 

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