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Residence Life & Housing
Application for Housing
Returning: Sophomore, Junior and Senior 
Terms & Conditions for Room and Board | Room Switch Week |
Room Selection Bulletin and Payment

Incoming: First Year and Transfer Students 
Online Application | Terms & Conditions for Room and Board

Other Housing Forms: 
Individual Proxy Form (if you cannot attend Room Selection)
Housing Cancellation

Medical Single Rooms
Medical Singles Policy
Request Form

The College offers full-time students a residence program designed to enhance their engagement, learning, and citizenship.  The Director oversees the functioning of the residence halls and coordinates the activities of the Residence Life Staff.  Responsibilities include developing community within the residence halls, implementing residence policies and regulations, adjudicating disciplinary matters, and programming. 

The College maintains five residence halls, each housing between 75 and 250 students  and offering a variety of amenities, including study-lounges, kitchenettes, and laundry rooms.  Rooms are single, double, or triple occupancy and are equipped with bed, dresser, desk, chair, closet, cable television access, as well as telephone (voice) and data jacks. Students supply their own linens, drapes, desk lamps, and other personal items.

All resident students are on a meal plan that covers the Fall and Spring semesters exclusive of vacation periods.  Residents choose one of three meal plan options at the start of each semester.

Residence halls are staffed by a Resident Director, student Resident Assistants, and 24-hour desk security coverage.  Visitation and guest policies as well as all other applicable policies appear in the Student Handbook and the Room and Board Contract.  Students are expected to observe every reasonable precaution and follow residence hall regulations for the safety and well-being of all campus residents.

Living at the Mount
Living on campus adds an exciting dimension to your college experience: new friends, increased independence, and fun. It’s also convenient and comfortable. You’re only a short walk from your classes, and our residence halls are equipped with different choices of living styles. All halls offer 24-hour desk security and in-room Internet access. There are also study lounges and meeting rooms to gather with friends over pizza or snacks and music. Residential living offers extraordinary opportunities to grow, make new friends, learn independence and experience campus life to the fullest.  Follow the links for information regarding our Residence Halls and Staff.

Off-Campus Housing
The College of Mount Saint Vincent is located in Riverdale, a high-priced residential neighborhood in the Bronx.  Studio apartments near the campus rent for approximately $1,000/$1,200 per month.  Less expensive options may be found within a short distance of the campus in the Kingsbridge and Woodlawn areas of the Bronx and in the Yonkers neighborhood of lower Westchester.  Manhattan and most areas of lower Westchester and the Bronx are accessible to the College by public transportation.