The Office of Residence Life plays a vital role in supporting the academic mission of McKendree University by creating an atmosphere that encourages personal, social, and academic development. We will promote a clean, safe, well-maintained living environment that allows students the opportunity to study and learn about living in a community. We will foster self-responsibility, trust and respect for others and provide an atmosphere which is comfortable and accepting. The Residence Life program is designed to promote the holistic development of students through both planned and spontaneous activities.
Requirements to Live in Housing
1.) Complete a housing application
2.) A $400 resident deposit which includes a $200 damage deposit made payable to McKendree University.
3.) Register for classes
4.) Immunization Records
A state public health law requires that the immunization portion of the physical be completed and signed by a physician and that all updates of necessary immunizations be noted. The law does not apply to students born before 1957. Students will not be permitted to attend classes or move into the residence halls until this requirement is met.
Students may obtain their immunization records from their physician, high school,
or university/college previously attended. If immunization records are not available
then students must receive the titer blood test which shows proof of immunity to MMR
and show proof of the DT booster received within the last 10 years.
Below is a link that will take you to the form which you will need to complete in order to be able to reside in housing.
New Student housing applications are now available.
Returning Student housing applications are now available.
Special Note: Please do not submit multiple housing applications. If you need to make a change to the application you submitted, please email Mitch Nasser, Director of Residence Life, at email@example.com.
Student Staff Applications
Student Staff applications for the Fall of 2014 are being accepted until February 14th.
Fill out an student staff application or stop by the Residence Life Office (Clark Hall, Room 109) to pick up a hard copy.