Tuition & Fees

Florent Gillet Hall 
Florent Gillet Residence Hall is named for the missionary priest who helped form the IHM Community, the founders of Marygrove College. While Florent Gillet is a coeducational residence hall, suites are only available for students of the same sex. As a resident of Florent Gillet, you receive meals and housing, as well as educational and social opportunities that promote growth and self-fulfillment.

A Living And Learning Environment

Marygrove's residence hall provides you with convenient housing in a learning environment. Since Marygrove is a private institution, we reserve the right to set policies, including who may or may not reside here. If you choose to live on campus, you must follow all residence hall policies. We also encourage you to participate in residence hall activities.

Residence Hall Eligibility

To reserve a spot you must:

  1. Complete a residence hall housing application (must fill out all fields).
  2. Pay a $250 security deposit to the Business Office (8425 W. McNichols Detroit, MI 48221). Please notate that the deposit is for housing on your check or money order.
  3. Complete the insurance waiver below and mail it to the following address.
     Health Insurance Waiver Form 2010-11
    Attn: Ayana Boyer, Marygrove College
    8425 W. McNichols
    Detroit, MI 48221
  4. Register for classes. Student must be full-time (12 credit hours minimum) to be eligible for housing.

Residence hall accommodations are available for currently enrolled full-time, traditionally-aged (17 - 24 yr.) undergraduate students. Marygrove College does not provide housing for families or students with dependent children. If you are interested in living on campus, please take a moment to fill out the online housing application.

Marygrove College recognizes the residential environment as a learning experience. The residence hall program not only offers food and housing, but also offers students educational and social opportunities that promote growth and self-fulfilment. Through combined efforts of the residence hall staff and various student organizations, we are able to develop a sense of community and promote student involvement. The success of the residence hall program depends directly upon student commitment to self and to the residence hall community.

Residential Life Advantages
  • Minutes from class
  • Cost-effective
  • Convenient meal plan
  • Spacious suites
  • Quiet study lounges
  • Fun residence hall activities
  • 24-hour security patrol
  • Next day maintenance service
  • Easy access to campus facilities
  • 24-hour switchboard service
  • Low cost laundering
  • 24-hour computer access
  • Great network for studying
  • Lots of fun

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