Living on Campus

Housing, dining and Major fun!

College is about more than academics. It’s about finding yourself and creating lasting connections. At Millsaps, you find a vibrant, tight-knit community. Whether it’s meeting friends for lunch between classes, celebrating Holi alongside our South Asian students or participating in a game of kickball, Millsaps students play as hard as they study.

Housing & Residential Life

Want to know more about the benefits of living on campus? Have questions about move-in dates? Get the details here.

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Residence Halls

Welcome to your home away from home! When you live in the residence halls at Millsaps College, you will find yourself in the middle of campus life with easy access to your classes, the library and extracurricular facilities.

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Eating on Campus

With meal plans and three dining options, eating on campus is as convenient as it is tasty. From coffee to pizza and from steak to vegan options, we have something that will hit the spot.

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Get Involved

Expand your community. Find others who share your interests when you get involved in campus recreation, Greek life, student leadership or numerous other student activities.

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Fitness & Health

Successful students have all the outlets they need for wellness. Fitness, social activity, physical and mental health and spirituality are essential components of well-being.

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Traditions

Millsaps has adopted many long-standing traditions since its founding in 1890. Along the way new traditions have been woven in to create vibrant and beloved traditions that enrich our campus community.

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Housing & Residential Life

DID YOU KNOW? At Millsaps, 86% of students live in college-owned co-ed and single-sex housing, including nine traditional residence halls and five fraternity houses.

Living on campus is a great way to get the most out of your Millsaps experience. Research shows that students who live on campus have better academic and social experiences.

Residence Life provides equal on-campus housing opportunities without regard to race, color, religious affiliation, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or age.

If you have any questions about your housing, please call us at 601-974-1200 or email us at [email protected].

To sign up for housing, new students must first deposit with the Office of Admissions.

You will also need to complete medical forms and immunization records and review the Immunization Requirements policy for admission. You will submit a completed Health History form to Wesson Health Center. It can be emailed to [email protected].

If you have any questions about your housing, please call us at 601-974-1200 or email us at [email protected].

Fall 2024 Move-In Dates:

August 9

Football Team

August 12

All First-Year Students

August 13

Returning Students

Upcoming Events

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