Applying for on campus housing is a two-step process consisting of first paying a Residence Hall Student Enrollment Deposit (click the link "Submit Deposit Here" above) and then subsequently completing an online Housing Application (only becomes available after the deposit has been paid and processed by our Student Accounts office).
Click the link "Housing Application" above to access the Madonna University Housing Portal. Use your Madonna Username (everything before the @ in your Madonna email) and Madonna MyPortal password to log in (New Students: this information can be found in your Madonna University Welcome Packet). Once logged in, the Housing Application can be found at the top of the page under the "Applications & Forms" tab.
PLEASE NOTE: to access the 2019-2020 Housing Application, you must have a Residence Hall Student
Enrollment Deposit submitted and processed. Deposits can take up to two business days
If you plan to live on campus, we encourage you to submit your Housing Deposit and complete a Housing Application online as early as possible in order to assure your room reservation for the desired semester(s). A non-refundable $250 Residence Hall Student Enrollment Deposit is due before submitting your Housing Application for both Fall and Winter Semester.
You will forfeit your deposit if you do not move into the Residence Hall. A residential student is defined as a student who resides in on-campus housing under a housing contract, and is currently enrolled at the University.
Current residential students who complete and submit their Housing Application for Fall 2019/2020 BEFORE March 31st will have their current housing deposit rolled over and will not have to submit another deposit.
Current residential students who complete and submit their Housing Application AFTER March 31st MUST remit another housing deposit of $250 before going through Housing Selection.
Madonna University is committed to the full participation of students in all aspects of college life including their housing experiences. In certain situations, students may need to request special housing accommodations. For more information or to start the request process please contact the Office of Counseling and Disability Resources.
If you have concerns about the policies above, please submit a "Special Academic or Administrative Student Request" form through the Registrar's office.
It is Madonna University policy to provide housing for as many residential students as possible. When students sign the housing application, or complete the housing selection process, and choose to live in a multiple occupancy room, they are subject to the consolidation process. The consolidation process involves either reassigning or upgrading students based on occupancy at semester breaks. The consolidation process provides multiple benefits for students and the University:
One month prior to a semester’s end, Residence Life will assess the occupancy of each building, making note of rooms where residents are living alone in a multiple occupancy room. If the space needs to be reallocated, Residence Life may contact the resident(s) and inform them of the following options: