Living options include traditional halls with shared baths; exterior-entry buildings with suite-style baths; and two-person, four-person, and family apartments. Communities range in size from approximately 100 students to 400 students. Rates depend on the type of room you select.
Amenities available to campus residents include:
West Campus Halls
These residence halls stand along pathways lined with trees that were planted when the campus was new. The west campus halls house multiple learning communities ranging in size and theme. Also located on the west side of campus is the JUB; which houses one of the main cafeterias on campus, a convenient location to meet friends for meals or studying. 24 hour hall desks are located in both Monohan Complex and Lyon Complex.
These centrally located residence halls offer easy access to the Cyber Cafe at Woodmore and the campus Grill in Keathley University Center. These halls share the Smith Hall reception desk, lounge, and computer room. Smith, Sims, and Beasley feature bathrooms on each floor which are shared by residents. Judd and Gracy are exterior entrance buildings with quad-style bathrooms shared by groups of four same sex rooms.
East Campus Halls
Eastern residence halls are close to the campus Grill in Keathley University Center, the Recreation Center and Walker Library. Wood and Felder hall share a connecting lobby which provides 24 hour hall desk, a computer lab, and meeting/television space for all residents of the east campus.
North Campus Halls
At seven stories, Corlew and Jim Cummings Hall are the tallest buildings at MTSU and are located on either side of the Business and Aerospace Building and near the Keathley University Center. Both towers play host to the Freshmen First Year Experience learning communities and offers tutoring centers, computer labs, classrooms, and hall programming geared towards first year college students. Attached to the back of Corlew Hall is McCallie Dining Hall one of the main cafeterias on campus. Once construction is complete, these halls will be next to the new Student Union building.
Womack Lane Apartments consists of 192 one- and two- bedroom units, with areas designated for both single students and families. Single students share a furnished one- or two-bedroom apartment with one other student; graduate and upper-class students are given preference in assignment. Families may occupy either one- or two-bedroom apartments and may select unfurnished or semi-furnished. All apartments include air conditioning, a stove, a refrigerator, and access to laundry facilities located in the Womack Clubhouse. The Womack Club house has a 24-hour information and service desk, laundry facilities, a recreation/meeting room and computer lab.
Scarlett Commons features four-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments with full kitchens and living rooms. Residents occupy a private bedroom and share their bath with one other student. The Scarlett Commons clubhouse includes a 24-hour reception and service desk, recreation/meeting room with fireplace and a meeting room. The university shuttle provides campus transportation from a bus stop in front of the clubhouse.