How to Apply
Application and residency requirement
Reserve your spot in the Villas
Living in campus housing is the best way to maximize your college experience.
After you have been admitted and paid your $200 admissions commitment deposit, your next step is to complete the online housing application.
Apply through the Marymount portal.
At the end of the application, you are required to pay a $200 non-refundable housing application fee by credit card. If you are unable to pay by credit card, please contact the Business Office at (310) 303-7335.
Living in residence is an integral part of the Marymount experience. Because the social and interpersonal experiences of residential life play a vital role in student development, all new first- and second-year students, as well as lower-division transfer students, are required to live in residence.
Students transferring to MCU with 29 or fewer credits are required to live in residence for two years.
Students transferring in with 30-59 credits are required to live in residence for one year.
Upper-division transfer students with 60 or more credits are highly encouraged to live in residence, but are not required.
All requests require the residency exemption application available in MyMarymount. You will need to provide additional documentation to prove you meet one of the exemption conditions.
Students who are unable to live in residence or are requesting to commute need to meet one of the following criteria and provide required documentation:
- Financial hardship
You must show verified hardship through financial aid.
- Marriage/partnership/dependent documentation
You must provide a copy of your marriage license/domestic partnership or a dependent’s birth certificate.
- Medical condition
This must be verified by the Student Wellness Center and Office of Disability Resources. Contact the Office of Residential Life and Student Conduct for details.
- Military veteran
You must provide a copy of discharge papers.
- Part-time status
You must provide a copy of your updated part-time schedule. Verification will be performed after the last day of the drop-add period each term.
- 21 years of age or older
You must provide a copy of valid, legal identification.
- Live within 20 miles of campus with a parent or close relative
You must provide proof of relationship and a copy of your parent or guardian’s driver’s license/ID showing the relative’s current address.