What to know about applying for 2021-2022 housing

The application to live in MIAD-affiliated housing is now open. If students are required or are interested in MIAD housing, they can start the process here.

For Fall 2021, MIAD-affiliated housing will return to its pre-pandemic housing requirements and capacity. This means:

  • Students are required to be in MIAD-affiliated housing their first year and sophomore year, unless they meet one of the following criteria:
    • Over 21 years of age at the start of classes in Fall 2021
    • Have a permanent residence, at the time of acceptance to MIAD, within 45 mile radius of campus
    • Are married
    • Have a custodial child
  • For example, a first-time first-year student in Fall 2020 from out-of-state will be required to live in MIAD-affiliated housing in Fall 2021 (unless they meet the listed exceptions above), even if they received a housing exemption and lived at home for the 2020-2021 academic year.
  • Two50Two will again have triple rooms. There are no triple rooms in the off-site housing, and to accommodate new students, triples at Two50Two will be limited.
  • Because of MIAD’s continued growth, not all sophomores required to live in MIAD housing will be placed in Two50Two. Some will be placed in off-site apartments.  These apartments have similar amenities to Two50Two and are within walking distance.
  • Housing is available for students who are not required in MIAD-affiliated housing. MIAD and General Capital will work with upperclassmen who are not required, but wish to live in MIAD-affiliated housing, subject to availability.
  • Visitor policy: We are hoping to ease restrictions on visitors in Fall 2021; however, this will be dictated by the spread of the COVID-19 virus. MIAD is working on specific health department metrics to determine when it will be safe to ease restrictions. Once these metrics are finalized, we will share them with students.

Priority and preference is given to students who complete the housing application process first. If students have questions about the lease process, they can contact General Capital at talk@two50two.com

If students wish to secure summer housing at one of MIAD’s off-site locations, please contact Matthew Stricker (matthewstricker@miad.edu) or Marianne DiUlio (mariannediulio@miad.edu).

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