Once You’ve Been Admitted



Step 3: Look at housing options


On-Campus:

Residential Life at Mizzou offers more than 20 residence halls with standard amenities such as laundry rooms, fully equipped kitchens, lounges and study rooms. A variety of room styles such as single or double suites, suites with living rooms and single or double rooms are available as well as many Living and Learning Community options which provide an academic living and learning experience. Living on campus is the most convenient way to attend Mizzou. You can skip the commute, parking, bus, utilities and landlord daily grind and live an all-inclusive quintessential college lifestyle. It is important to know that any Mizzou student can live in the residence halls, so if you study abroad, have an internship or are graduating, we will work with you because you can live with us for just a semester for academic reasons. If your financial aid is coming in late, we can work with that too!  A video tour is available for each residence hall that show room styles and amenities.

Find out more about the Housing Process for incoming students at reslife.missouri.edu.

Mizzou also offers three apartment complexes owned and operated by Residential Life. Apartments are adjacent to campus and are available to students who are married, have children or are more than 21 years of age.

Off-Campus:

The Off-Campus Student Services offers resources and guidance to help new students navigate all off-campus housing options to find the best place for them.
-You can set up an off-campus housing consultation with an Off-Campus Living coordinator to discuss where to find resources for housing off-campus here.