During your Bible college days, your life will be challenged as never before. The daily, systematic teaching of God’s Word will be like the high-protein diet of an athlete in training. But that body-building nutrition will be transformed into responsive, powerful muscle only through the discipline and joy of daily training. One important dimension of your Bible college training will be that of living with fellow Christian students. In other words, how and where you live during your time at Bible college is not an incidental consideration – it is an integral part of your education. We have been blessed with great student housing options!
The residence halls provide an attractive, comfortable community for students living on-campus. All single student apartments are furnished. All dorm students must provide their own kitchen supplies (dishes, silverware, etc). High-speed Internet and wireless network connections are available throughout the residence halls.
Completed in 2005, Cornerstone Hall houses the women’s residence apartments.
Completed in 2007, Dayspring Hall is home to the men’s residence apartments on the upper two floors and the College’s student union facility on the lowest level.
Completed in 2014, Cornerstone Hall houses the married student apartments in the upper floor, and the College’s library, study center and computer lab on the first floor. There are five two-bedroom apartments and one single bedroom apartment.
In order to reserve a space in the residence halls, a student must complete an Enrollment Agreement and Housing Application form and submit a $200 deposit prior to registration. Room fees include utilities and the use of laundry facilities.
Full-time Freshman Students
Unless the student plans to live with family members in the Bozeman vicinity, he or she is expected to live with other MBC students in MBC housing.
Full-time Upper-Division Students
Sophomore, junior, and senior students are welcome to live on campus provided there is room in the residence halls, but incoming, full-time freshman students have priority for on-campus housing.
Part-time students are responsible to find their own housing, but the school will work with them in every reasonable way. Housing is in great demand in the Bozeman area, so we urge students to begin looking for their housing as early as possible.
There are six married student apartments in Providence Hall. There is often a waiting list. Please inquire of the MBC office in person or by phone. Sometimes there are additional apartments available in Cornerstone and Dayspring halls. Off-campus housing opportunity notifications are communicated to the students as well.