Attention: In response to COVID-19, the majority of M State classes will finish via D2L. Please refer to the “notes” section in the details column on your schedule in eServices for additional details regarding your classes and continue to check your M State email for updates.
Weather Advisory: Click here for important information regarding campus closures and late starts due to recent weather.
We are excited for you to join our on campus family! You may apply to live on campus by logging into SpartanNet, selecting eServices, and then choosing Housing and Dining from the menu options on the left.
If you have problems submitting the application, please contact the Office of Housing and Residential Life via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 218.736.1635.
M State provides affordable student housing. There are options available, but the residence halls fill up quickly, so apply soon to select your desired room choice.
All students are required to make a $50 prepayment to complete the application process. This is not a deposit and is refundable. Applicants forfeit $50 administrative fee if they withdraw their application after June 30.
- Returning residents who submit a completed application and prepayment by April 15 may select their room beginning April 16, and will typically have their building and room preferences honored.
- New residents with a completed application and prepayment are eligible to select their room beginning May 16.
The M State Fergus Falls Office of Housing and Residential Life will send Housing Assignment Confirmations via email in late July for fall term applicants and early December for spring term.
Housing & Residential Life Policies
Housing & Residential Life Student Guidebook
We hope you make this year a memorable one. To ensure that we do, we need to establish the ground rules for living on campus. We recognize and support your rights as adults. In turn, we expect that you will accept responsibility for your decisions and actions as well as demonstrate concern and support for your neighbors' needs and rights.
Like any other, our community has rules and expectations. Most of them are based on common sense and common courtesy, as well as state and federal law. Several are designed to create and promote a community that supports all its residents. Others address issues of your safety, security and general well-being. They are all meant to provide a structure that can make living on campus as safe, supportive and enjoyable as possible. Please make yourself familiar with the 2018-2019 Housing and Residential Life Student Guidebook.
M State Student Handbook
The Student Handbook applies to those students who choose to reside on campus. Please read and make yourself familiar with the M State Student Handbook.