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You must first submit your enrollment deposit before you can fill out your housing application. If you plan to live on-campus, send your housing application materials and $250 deposit according to the deadlines below in order to be considered for priority housing. Housing availability is limited, and we often cannot guarantee housing for transfer students. UM Housing website
 
Housing application materials and $250 deposit deadlines:
 
  • May 1 for students entering in the fall
     
  • ASAP for students entering in the spring
     

    All freshmen must live on campus for two academic semesters. This doesn't apply if you're living with family in Miami-Dade or Broward counties or have been out of high school for more than one year. Freshman students residing on campus may not have cars.


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    If you plan to live off-campus, the Housing Office will help answer any questions you may have. This office will introduce you to an abundant amount of resources for students who decide to live at home or off-campus.
     
    Housing phone number: 305-284-4505

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    The University of Miami requires all undergraduate students living in its residential colleges during the fall and/or spring semesters to purchase a Meal Plan. A variety of meal plans have been designed to accommodate the needs of all students.

    We have dining options in our Hecht/Stanford Dining Hall as well as our Mahoney/Pearson Dining Hall – just an added convenience!

    You can grab a quick bite at the Hurricane Food Court located at the Whitten University Center, where you’ll find a variety of options from:  sushi to a burrito, home-made soups to smoothies.

    Explore the Dining Services website for meal plan options, and the Dine on Campus Website for more information on dining locations, menus and nutritional information.

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    All UM students are required to have adequate health insurance and fulfill immunization requirements

     
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    All freshmen must live on campus for two academic semesters. This doesn't apply if you're living with family in Miami-Dade or Broward counties or have been out of high school for more than one year. Freshman students residing on campus may not have cars.

    For eligible students to park on-campus, you are required to purchase a permit*. We strongly encourage that you purchase your permit on CaneLink before you arrive on-campus to avoid the long lines.
     
     
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