Residence Hall Life...
...is an important part of the college experience. You'll meet lifelong friends. Share both joys and frustration with people who understand and care. You'll learn to appreciate people as individuals as you become part of a diverse community of students who become your second family.
There will be late night discussions, group homework projects, and activities to get involved in. Residence hall life means being responsible for yourself, but considerate of a roommate or neighbor.
Applying to Marathon Hall
Full-time students carrying 12 or more credits may reside in Marathon Hall. Exceptions may be made by talking to the Director of Auxiliary Services, Kristine McCaslin (Kristine.email@example.com).
This application for housing may be submitted before applying for admission to UWMC or NTC. The housing application is not a contract and incurs no obligation, nor is it a guarantee of a housing assignment, or admission to UWMC or NTC. Contracts will be mailed beginning in late April. Housing priority is determined by the date we receive the contract. When you return a signed contract with the required deposit, the contract becomes a binding agreement between you and the University. Students will have an opportunity to request a roommate on the contract form. Both roommates must request each other for assignment to be granted.