Housing is available on the Fulton Campus for students who wish to reside on campus. The Tupelo Campus has no facilities for housing; however, students may choose to live in residence halls on the Fulton Campus and attend classes on the Tupelo Campus.
All residence halls contain laundry facilities and vending machines. Each room is equipped with beds, desks and chairs. Cable television and Internet services are provided at no cost.
Room reservations may be made by sending your housing application and a $50 deposit to the Business Office, 602 West Hill Street, Fulton, MS 38843. Rooms are reserved on a first-come basis. Students living in residence halls are required to buy a meal ticket. Residence halls open on a designated date prior to or during the week of registration. Students are responsible for damage to room and furniture, and penalties may be assessed for such damages.
MONROE ANNEX ROOM CLAIM NOTICE
Monroe Annex will be converted into a FEMALE RESIDENCE HALL in the Fall 2016 semester. Students currently in Monroe Annex will need to come to room claim in the housing office in order to be assigned a room for the Fall 2016 semester. Room Claim will be between 8:30am and 4pm on Thursday, April 21, 2016. Assignments will be made on a first come, first-served basis.
You must bring a copy of Your Fall 2016 schedule!!
MINIMUM OF 15 HOURS IN FALL 2016
Beginning Fall 2016, Resident Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours with 9 of those hours being traditional on campus classes.
If you fail to claim a room, you WILL NOT have a room for the Fall 2016 semester!!!
Assignments for new resident students not in the residence halls for the Spring 2016 semester will be assigned a room for the fall semester in June 2016.
Students living in Residence Halls
- Will earn higher grade point averages than students living elsewhere.
- Are less likely to drop out of college.
- Will develop better study habits than students living at home.
- Will participate more in student and recreational activities.
- Will have more contact with other students and a more satisfying social life.
Residence Hall Staff
An adult, who lives on site, supervises each residence hall. This individual is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the facility which includes programming, discipline and personnel.
A Resident Assistant (R.A.) who lives on each floor with the students. Their primary responsibilities are to maintain an academic atmosphere, assist students in adjusting to college life and establishing a sense of community.