Munger Place Apartments houses our Living-Learning Communities for students of sophomore through senior-level classification. Groups of 4-10 students submit a proposal for an LLC experience. The selection period occurs prior to the Room Selection Process.
If space in Munger remains after the LLC selection, then Munger Place Apartments--considered a privileged housing options for senior-level students consisting of two- and four-person apartments each bedroom being double-occupancy--will be open for the Apartment Sign Up Process. This will not take place until mid-April and students should still continue with Room Selection as usual and sign up for alternate housing options. Applicants must be in good social and academic standing with the College. Students residing in Munger Apartments are not required to be on the College Board Plan.
Building your own loft is prohibited. All college furniture must remain in the room throughout the entire academic year.
Students in Munger Place Apartments are not required to be on a College Board Plan. However, students may purchase a College Board Plan if desired. Please see Dining Services for more information.
Residents are responsible for the housekeeping of their individual apartments. Students should plan to bring their own cookware, dishware, and silverware.
Wireless access is only available in the common areas of each apartment. All student rooms have active, wired ports.
The Munger Place Apartments are set up with a card system that allows students to use their Albion1Card as a key to their residential building as well as their individual apartment. Individual rooms within the apartments are accessed with the student's Albion1Card as well.
Residence Hall Director (RD)
Resident Assistant (RA)
Munger Place Apartments has 1 emergency telephone that is a direct line to Campus Safety:
Please see Campus Safety's Emergency Telephone Locations Map for all emergency telephone locations.
Students interested in residing in Munger Place Apartments as part of a Intellectually Coherent Living-Learning Community must submit a proposal to the Office of Residential Life. Please see the propsal form below for more information on description and requirements
301 E. Michigan Ave.
Albion, MI 49224