Minnesota State University, Mankato provides housing in 11 residence halls in four communities on campus and wide variety of living and learning options aimed at student success. Julia A. Sears Hall opened in the fall of 2008 and offers air-conditioned, semi-suite style housing that is targeted toward upper-class students. While most students that live in the Residence Halls are first year students, new transfer students also benefit from living on campus because of the academic advising, social networking, and convenience of being close to classes and having meals provided.
Visit the Office of Residential Life link below for information about how to live on campus at MSU!
None of the off-campus housing around Mankato is affiliated with campus; however our Student Activities Office maintains a list of some of the local off-campus housing options. See the link below for that list: