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Off-Campus Living

Live Off-Campus

Review the campus housing policy to see if you meet the requirements to live on or off campus. If you qualify for living off campus, follow the instructions below to complete and submit the off-campus housing application.

We require either an approved on-campus or an approved off-campus housing application for all full-time, undergraduate students every academic year until you turn 21 years old.  Once you have turned 21 years old, you are no longer required to submit an off-campus housing application if you wish to live off campus the next academic year. If you currently live on campus and wish to move off campus during an academic year, you must tell us in writing: housing@marian.edu.

Complete your application

  1. Click this link for the Housing Application. You will be directed to eRezLife, which best operates in Firefox, Google Chrome, or Safari web browsers.
  2. Log-in using your Marian username and password.
  3. Complete and submit your off-campus housing application.
  4. If you are under 21, download and complete the Parent Verification Form
  5. Off-campus housing applications are reviewed on a rolling basis starting March 1. We will contact you by email about the status of your request. Be sure to keep an eye on your Marian email! We will let you know if your application is approved, denied, or pending via email.

Fall 2024

  • Students who currently live on campus and want to live off-campus for the 2024-2025 year MUST complete the off-campus housing request form by May 1.
  • Students who apply to live on campus, are approved for on-campus housing, and then decide to live off campus after May 15 will be subject to cancellation fees.

The cancellation fee structure is:

  • Cancellations after May 15: $500
  • Cancellations after August 3: $750
  • Cancellations after September 7: $1,000

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