On-Line Housing Appication
In order for an application to be considered complete, individuals must be admitted to Morehead State University and pay the required $100 deposit.
Individuals who are not comfortable submitting an On-Line Housing Application may print the PDF version of the Housing Application and submit it via fax or mail.
Last Name: First Name: Middle:
MSU ID: Gender:
City: State: Zip:
Cell Phone: Home Phone:
Year For Which Applying: Semester For Which Applying:
Student Status: Student Classification:
Birthday: Intended Major:
Have You Ever Lived On-Campus at MSU:
Personal Characteristics (will be used to match roommates):
I object to living with a smoker
I go to bed early (before Midnight)
I am a Night Owl (stay up passed 2 a.m.)
I am an Early Riser (before 7 a.m.)
I am neat and organized:
I am messy and don't mind clutter:
I prefer quiet study time:
I typically study at night:
I spend more than 5 hours a day on the computer each day:
I am a light sleeper:
I'm comfortable with members of the opposite gender in my room:
I would be comfortable living with an international student:
I will be a student-athlete at MSU:
If yes, please list the sport(s):
Do you have any special needs regarding your housing assignment?
If yes, please specify:
Roommate requests must be mutually listed by all applicants- listing an individual does not guarantee room placement.
1) Name: MSU ID:
2) Name: MSU ID:
3) Name: MSU ID:
Listing a preference does not guarantee placement in a requested facility. Please review specific residence hall information as listed on the Housing Office Web Page before making building preference selections. Returning students applying for apartment housing should list facility and apartment type (students interested in apartments must have at least 48 credit hours and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5). Applicants requesting facilities for which they are not eligible will be assigned to alternate facilities based upon eligibility and available spaces.
Meningitis Vaccination Information:
In accordance with Kentucky House Bill #342 passed during the 2004 regular session, MSU is required to provide information regarding meningococcal meningitis to all students living in campus housing. Meningococcal meningitis, an inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord is a rare but potentially fatal bacterial infection. For more information, please consult the Web Page for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (http://www.cdc.gov/meningitis/index.html). HB #342 also requires that you indicate whether or not you have received the meningitis vaccination.
I have had a meningitis vaccination:
MSU ID/Birthday: MSU/Personal E-mail: