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Welcome to Martin Methodist Residential Life!
The Residential Life Team is committed to making your experience within the residence halls a safe, student centered, and memorable part of you time at MMC. By living on campus, our residential students are in the center of campus life with easy access to student organizations, sporting events, and on-campus resources.
We have four on-campus residential halls:
- Student Apartments, consisting of two multilevel structures, house 116 students; each apartment has four single bedrooms, two full baths, a small kitchen and dining area, and washer/dryer facilities.
- Criswell Hall, a traditional dormitory-style building, provides comfortable living quarters for female students. This building has a guest lounge, a resident lounge for the private use of the students, a laundry room, the resident counselor’s apartment, and a chapel. Located in an elevated position, it commands a panoramic view of the campus and provides easy access to the Student Union.
- Upperman Hall is a traditional dormitory-style residence hall for both men and women. This building is conveniently located in the heart of campus life with easy access to offices, academic buildings, and the Student Union.
- Oakwood Honors Apartments, located on West Flower Street, are apartment-style units with two bedrooms with a closet, bed, chest of drawers, and cable connections. Each apartment also has one bathroom, washer and dryer, and a kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator and stove. To be eligible to live in Oakwood Honors, students must have lived on campus for at least one year and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.30 or higher.
To tour a residential hall, please contact Brad Wolfe, A.D. of Residential Life, at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Residential Life Staff consist of an Assistant Director, 3 Hall Directors, and 14 Student Resident Assistants. Our staff host programs within the residence halls to build community and encourage student involvement. Please reach out if you have questions!
- Brad Wolfe – Assistant Director of Residential Life & Student Apartments Director: email@example.com
- Brittany “Trevy” Trevarthen – Upperman Hall Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Stanton Belford – Oakwood Honors Director & Faculty-in-Residence: email@example.com
- Skylar Lovvo - Criswell Hall Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
ALL students at Martin Methodist College must submit one of three applications regarding housing, due on May 3, 2019 for returning students:
- New Housing Application (for students applying to live on campus for the first time): PDF // Online Application
- Returning Housing Application (for students currently living on campus): PDF // Online Application
- Off-Campus Residency Application (for students not living on campus for the coming year for any reason): PDF
- Off-Campus Housing Verification Form: PDF
- Summer Housing Application (for students wishing to live on campus during Summer 2019): PDF
The residential requirement is a critical part of the Martin Methodist College experience. As a result, all full-time students under the age of 21 must live on campus.
For the 2019-2020 academic year, students may live off campus if they meet one or more of the following qualifications:
- 21 years old or older on or before August 1, 2019
- Earned 90 or more hours of college credit before August 1, 2019
- Living at home with a parent, legal guardian, sibling (over the age of 25), or a grandparent within 40 miles of Martin Methodist College. These students are required to complete the Off Campus Housing Verification Form
- Have a documented disability
- Military service veteran
- Legally independent student and have been for 12 months or more with documented proof
- Married and living with a spouse
Students that do not meet any of the above requirements but believe themselves to be in an exceptional circumstance may submit a petition for an exception to Residential Life policies. The student must document the exceptional circumstance in a petition that must be submitted to the Assistant Director of Residential Life, Bradley Wolfe (email@example.com). Petitions will be presented to a three-person Housing Review panel for a decision. Note that signing a lease without off-campus housing approval does not exempt a student from financial responsibility for an assigned space in campus housing. Please see here for our Exception Petition Policy.