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Mount Mercy University is located in the heart of a residential neighborhood on the northeast side of Cedar Rapids.
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There are plenty of dining options to explore on the Hill.
Housed on a hill nestled in Cedar Rapids’ historical Mound View neighborhood, Mount Mercy’s main campus is welcoming, charming, and full of life. Our housing options range from traditional two-person rooms to eight-person suites. Some residence halls have separate floors reserved for male and for female students, and our student rooms come equipped with Internet connections, basic cable television and a telephone line with a private extension.
Regina Hall is our first-year student residence, housing 180 residents. Regina is a traditional-style hall that offers double rooms equipped with a sink, but bathrooms are communal. Although the hall is coed, the floors are separated by sex. MMU provides a desk, dresser, bed and mattress, and closet for each occupant.
McAuley Hall is a suite-style hall, housing first-year, and sophomore students. Residents have their choice of quads (two people in two rooms) and triples (three people in two rooms). Each quad and triple has a private bathroom shared by both rooms. MMU provides a desk, dresser, bed and mattress, and closet for each occupant.
Andreas is a suite-style hall with three wings reserved for upper-division students. Each suite houses twelve residents across four bedrooms (three each) and includes two restrooms, a vanity area with four sinks, a kitchenette, and a common area.
Lower Campus Apartments
Four buildings comprise the Lower Campus Apartments, which are reserved for upper-division students. Each two-bedroom apartment in Lower Campus houses four residents and offers a private bathroom, common area, and kitchen.
Several of the houses in the Elmhurst/Hazel Island are available for MMU students to reside in. Houses vary from two to four bedrooms, but every house includes at least one living area, one dining area, and a kitchen. Students must be 21 or over, in good financial and conduct standing with MMU, and have a 3.0 GPA minimum to be eligible for Hazel House residency.
Lower Campus Apartments offer a larger living space for upper classmen.
Hazel Houses are nestled right next to campus.