Continuing Residential Students
Welcome Back to Residential Life at Mercy University!
Whether you’re living on our Dobbs Ferry Campus or in Dorm34 in Manhattan, residential life is a great way to maximize your college experience and make lifelong memories and friends.
If you’re interested in continuing to live on campus, you can get started by paying the housing application fee on Mercy Connect. Once that is processed, you can go on the housing portal to complete an application that includes housing preferences and a new contract. The application becomes available on November 1 for Spring semester and in March or April for Fall semester.
One of the perks as a continuing student is that you get to choose your room if done so by the deadline. Continuing students get higher priority for rooms across all the residential spaces.
If you have any questions, reach out to email@example.com, we’d love to help.
In order to be eligible for a room assignment, the following items should be completed before the start of the semester.
Place your $100 housing application fee (non-refundable).
Be registered as a full-time student for the upcoming semester.
Have an established method of payment for tuition and fees.
Have room and board paid in full for the upcoming semester.
First-Year residential students are not eligible for parking permits.
Upperclassmen residents will be eligible for residential parking permits after they are determined fully eligible for housing by the University. Please note there are a limited number of parking passes and residential students are not guaranteed a spot. Permits are assigned based on availability.
Hudson Hall 110
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.