In response to the rapidly evolving events involving the coronavirus, we have moved housing and dining services to a mostly virtual platform. Please bear with us as we work through this new process; there may be some delays in response time.
The Housing Management and Dining Services (HMDS) Office will provide support through email and virtual appointments during the shelter-in-place order, including:
To make a virtual appointment, please use our new online scheduling tool. Virtual appointments are available between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
The HMDS Office can provide the following services in person:
For general questions or inquiries, you can reach HMDS staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions specifically about keys or card access, email email@example.com. For questions regarding on-campus dining or meal plans, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to the expected volume of emails, we will respond to your message in 2-3 business days.
The best way to experience the vibrant Mills community is to live on campus. Because our students represent a wide range of ethnicities, backgrounds, ages, and interests, living together and drawing from that breadth of experience becomes part of the learning process. And, of course, it’s a great way to make lifelong friends.
Traditional-age, first-year students are introduced to the Mills community through a Themed Housing Community that is organized around a shared interest. Over the course of the fall term, faculty, students, and a specially assigned member of the Division of Student Life may attend lectures, films, museum exhibitions, or other extracurricular activities related to the central theme of your community.
Transfer, resumer, graduate, and continuing Mills students find a welcoming home on our lush, 135-acre campus, where they can enjoy residing in one of our historic Mediterranean-inspired halls or our Craftsman-style apartments.
The Office of Residential Life fosters a safe, inclusive, and supportive community in which residents develop interpersonal skills and respect for self and others. They also create cocurricular programming that supports your academic success and personal interests.