All students are required to complete either a Commuter Form or an on-campus Housing Information Form - please take just a few minutes to fill out the appropriate form.
Contact Kristin Gourley, Director of Campus Life, by telephone at 865-981-8194 or by e-mail at email@example.com if you have any questions about these forms or the selection process.
Break Housing Agreements
Applications for housing over holiday breaks can be submitted online during the academic year by clicking here.
Students who need to stay on campus during any part of Thanksgiving break need to complete a break form no later than 5pm on Wednesday, November 16.
Students needing to stay late or return early for winter break must complete a break form no later than 5pm on Thursday, December 8. Residence Halls are closed and unstaffed from December 15 until January 8, and many requests will be denied.
Students may incur a $15/night charge for being allowed to stay on campus during break periods. Break policies are different that other residence life policies during the year and are listed on the break agreement.
New Student Housing and Commuter Forms
Whether you want to live on or off campus, our housing process will begin after you have committed to Maryville College with your $300 enrollment deposit. After we receive the deposit, you will receive instructions for completing a housing application/questionnaire on the Becoming-A-Scot web portal in the spring. Our Residence Life staff will use this information to begin matching roommates in the summer, so please be patient!
Summer Housing Conditions
Click here to complete the Summer Housing Application.
Summer 2016 Rooms will be available from May 17 at 1:00pm until August 12 at 9:00pm. Students will need to notify the Residence Life office if they need housing before or after these dates. If you need housing between Spring finals and May 17, you will stay in your current room and must plan to move into your summer housing assignment between 1pm & 10pm on May 17, unless otherwise notified or approved. This date is non-negotiable and is based solely on the housekeeping schedule. If you are unable to move on May 17, you will need to find other arrangements for housing between the end of finals and the date you wish to move into your summer space. Students who do not comply will be charged a $25 improper checkout fee.
At the end of the summer, moving to your fall housing space will happen as rooms are cleaned and become available. You will be notified of the day you are to move rooms and you will have a 24 hour window during which you must be completely moved out of your summer housing assignment. This day may fall during the middle of the week, so be prepared to make necessary arrangements. You will be charged a $25 improper checkout if you miss the deadline time to be out of your summer housing assignment.
Room assignments and roommates will be assigned based on date priority.
The cost of the room is listed on the front of the application; the entirety of your rent due for the summer period will be applied to your bill at the beginning of summer housing. You will be expected to pay two weeks of rent in advance before you move to your summer assignment. Failure to pay the first two weeks by May 17 will result in the termination of your housing contract. Rent will be paid in the Business Office. It is your responsibility to pay on your account throughout the summer and your account must be paid off by July 8.
Students who graduate in May 2016 are not eligible for summer housing, unless taking a summer class.
Selection of Suites:
This will be done on a priority basis by attendance at Summer Institute and application return date to the Office of Residence Life. If necessary a lottery process will be implemented. Summer housing is not guaranteed there is a limited amount of space available, so be sure to turn in your application as soon as possible.
First priority for summer housing will go to students who are attending summer school. On May 1st any remaining space will then be filled with students who are only working.
Summer housing will be in Gibson Hall on the 1st & 2nd floors and in the Court Street Apartments. To reside at Court Street, you must have a 3.0 GPA and clean judicial record. If suites/apartments are not full – roommate(s)/suitemate(s) will be assigned accordingly. CIE students may also be assigned to these spaces in order to fill our needs.
Beeson Village Apartments
Requirements for Occupancy:
Beeson Village applications for the 2016-2017 academic year have been closed. Residence Life will accept applications for the 2017-2018 academic year in February 2017.
2016-2017 Selection Information:
- You must pay your $100 housing deposit by Monday, March 21, in the business office (1st floor Fayerweather Hall), and bring your receipt to the lottery process on either March 21 (six-person apartments) or March 23 (four-person apartments).
- A 2.50 Cumulative GPA
- Junior and seniors only (social class standing)
- Individual damage assessments will be reviewed. Anyone with excessive damage will not be approved (Any amount above $100.00 will be deemed excessive).
Discipline records will be reviewed. Anyone with a serious judicial infraction within the past year will not be approved. There is no appeal process for grades or discipline.
- You must sign up in groups of four or six.
- If someone in the group does not meet the criteria, the group has an opportunity to select a new person to take his/her place.
- Apartment selection will be done by lottery. Groups with all seniors will select first, then groups with seniors and juniors and then groups with all juniors.
- Six-person apartments are selected first. Any group that does not get a six-person has the opportunity to drop two people and go into the lottery for a four-person apartment.
Court Street Apartments
Applications for 2016-2017 are closed. Residence Life will make applications available for the 2017-2018 academic year in February 2017.
Requirements for Occupancy:
- Students must apply in pairs for apartments.
- A 3.0 Cumulative GPA or have been on the Dean's list the previous two semesters before applying for residency.
- Priority will be given to students who are of junior or senior class standing (academic hours not social class standing) by the time that they reside there.
- Individual damage assessments will be reviewed. Anyone with excessive damage as determined by the Application Review Board will not be approved (Any amount above $50.00 will be deemed excessive).
- Discipline records will be reviewed. Individuals applying for residency should not have any probationary discipline record.
Applications are due to the Residence Life Office by 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 12. Groups will be notified by Wednesday, February 17 whether their application has been accepted or declined. Apartment selection will be conducted at 12:00 noon on Monday, February 22 in the Residence Life Office. The $100 housing deposit must be paid before selecting an apartment.
Off-Campus Housing Request
This form is for anyone who meets any of the requirements to live off-campus:
- A student who is 23 years of age or older
- A student who is a 5th-year senior
- A student who is married
- A student who has children or is with child
- A student who is living with parents/guardians
Room Deposit & Selection Information (2016 - 2017)
|Room Deposit & Selection Information (2013 - 2014)|
|$100 Room Deposits due to the Business Office||March 23|
|Single room lottery||March 28|
|Single room selection||March 29|
|Triple room lottery||March 30|
|Triple room selection||March 31|
|Quad room lottery||April 4|
|Quad room selection||April 5|
|Double room lottery||April 6|
|Double room selection||April 7|
Notes about room rates
All double-occupancy rooms that share community baths in Copeland, Davis, Gamble, and Pearsons Hall are standard rate-priced rooms.
All rooms in Copeland, Davis, and Gamble Hall that have a kitchen or are single-occupancy are premium rate-priced rooms.
Carnegie, Gibson, Lloyd, and Pearsons Hall double-occupancy rooms with en-suite bathrooms but without kitchens are double rate-priced rooms.
Carnegie, Gibson, and Lloyd single-occupancy rooms and suites/rooms that have kitchens are premium rate-priced rooms.
All rooms in Beeson Village and the Court Street Apartments are premium rate-priced rooms.