A $75 non-refundable housing application fee is required the first time a student applies to live within the MICA Residential Community. Please submit your deposit along with the Declaration of Intent form found in the acceptance packet by May 1st to the Office of Undergraduate Admission along with the Declaration of Intent form found in the acceptance packet.
If a student is experiencing financial hardship, they may connect with Student Accounts or Financial Aid. Someone from these departments will be able to assist the student and determine if they do qualify for financial assistance in any way. More information can be found on their website here: https://www.mica.edu/financial-aid/
Email us at email@example.com with your ID number and the issue you are experiencing and the Housing Operations Team will make sure you see the correct returning student application.
No, when you submit your Housing Application, by signing with your MICA Credentials you are acknowledging receipt of the Housing Agreement. You are also emailed a PDF version of the Housing Agreement for your records.
No, a roommate group is not required to select a room.
Yes, any returning student can live with another returning student.
Make sure that you are not already in a group that you created. You will first have to ‘Delete Group’ in order to join another roommate group. You can also have the owner of the group you are trying to join invite you.
The most accurate way to search for another returning student is with their student ID number. If you are not sure of their preferred, first or last name spelling, leave it out of your search.
Yes, once your time slot has opened, room selection will be open until you select a room. Room selection will close 4/13 at 4PM. Only one person from each roommate group will need to select rooms on behalf of the roommate group.