Marietta College has co-ed residence halls. There are no curfew hours; but to maintain security, the main doors of the residence halls are locked 24-hours/day. Entry is gained by computerized card access. All student rooms are equipped with conventional door and window locks.
Assistant Directors and Community Advisers, all members of the Office of Community Living, live in the residence halls and are on call 24 hours a day. All staff members undergo training in enforcing residence hall security policies and participate in lectures and seminars associated with the safety and security of the campus. College Police and Community Living staff collaborate to provide programming to meet the challenge of a residential campus.
Upperclass Housing Selection
Upperclass housing selection will be starting on Monday, April 15th. In order to take part in housing selection, students must pay a $150 registration deposit to the business office for the Fall 2019 semester, and register for classes for Fall 2019.. Following Fall 2019 class registration, students will be able to access the Residence portal and will be assigned a date and time for selection, according to credits and cumulative GPA. Housing selection requires students to fill a room or apartment, according to the occupancy of a given space. For example, if the student wants to live in a 4 person apartment they must have a total of 4 people in their roommate group to select that room. Additionally, any housing accommodations must first be approved through Kristin English, Assistant Director of Disability Services, email@example.com. If there are any more questions please contact the Office of Community Living at 740.376.4487 or firstname.lastname@example.org.