If you’re relocating for your training program, we’ll help you find an apartment near campus.

You’ve probably got a checklist of important details to take care of before you relocate to start your training program. We can help you check “find housing” off your list.

If you need a place to live while you train, our partner Collegiate Housing Services team makes it easy for you to find an apartment to rent near your campus. To save you the time and trouble of apartment hunting, Collegiate Housing Services pre-screens apartment communities close to our campuses, ensuring that you have safe, affordable options.

A few things to keep in mind:
  • Housing is not included in the cost of your tuition
  • There are no dormitories or on-campus housing at MMI. All student housing is off-site.
  • A non-refundable $50 application fee is due with your housing application.
  • Students will be required to sign an individual lease (with a co-signer) for a specified period of time.

We’ll work with you to find the housing situation that best fits your needs and preferences. You have two basic options: shared housing or referral housing.

Shared Housing
With Shared Housing, you’ll split rent and living expenses with roommates. Features of this option include:
  • Furnished two- and three-bedroom apartments with full-size kitchens and appliances.
  • Shared and private bedroom options are typically offered in apartments shared by four or five students.
  • Several rent price options are offered.
  • Basic utilities are included.
  • Phone, cable TV and Internet service aren’t included.
  • A one-time service fee of $180 is due 30 days before move-in.
  • If you have friends who are also attending MMI, you can designate them as your roommates on your application.
  • Each student is on a separate lease so you are only responsible for your own monthly payment.
  • Transfers are available to change apartments or roommates.
  • Apartment communities typically feature on-site laundry facilities, clubhouses, swimming pools and/or exercise facilities.
  • Many apartment communities offer resident activities such as barbecues and pool parties.
  • Resident assistants are on-site in most apartment communities to help with your housing needs.
  • The most popular housing options fill up quickly and applications are considered on a first-come, firstserved basis, so don’t wait to apply.

Referral Housing
If you prefer to live on your own, our Referral Housing program will help you lease directly from an apartment community. Features of this option include:
  • Apartment communities are pre-screened for best quality and value
  • In most cases, favorable rental rates have been secured for our students
  • Students must meet the apartment community’s standards for income, credit and background screening
  • Lease lengths may vary (typically a 12-month minimum).
  • Expect to pay a minimum of the first month’s rent at move-in.
  • You’ll be responsible for any additional application fees or deposits required by the apartment community, including security deposits (typically equal to one month’s rent).
  • Apartments generally don’t include furniture or utilities. You’ll be responsible for all expenses.
  • Phone, cable TV and Internet service aren’t included.

Ready to find your apartment? Here’s the information you’ll need to complete your housing application:
  • The training program you’re enrolled in
  • The start date of your training program
  • The length of your training program
  • The lease term you’re requesting
  • The name of your MMI Admissions Rep

Our goal is to have all your housing arrangements taken care of so you’ll be able to move right in to your home away from home when you relocate. Having one less detail to worry about will help you focus on the career training that’s going to change your life.

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