Applications are now available for students seeking on-campus housing during the May minimester and summer terms.

To be eligible for student housing, applicants must be registered for a minimum of three credit hours during the May minimester and four credit hours during the Summer I and Summer II terms. There is a $50 application fee.

All May minimester and summer campus residents will reside in Mill Creek Hall, Blinn’s residence hall. This 464-bed facility features four-bed, two-bath and two-bed, one-bath suites. Each suite includes a common area with sofa and TV, microwave, mini-fridge, sink, as well as cable TV, internet, and wifi access. The hall also includes community and study rooms on each floor, free laundry machines, and a vending lounge.

The May minimester runs Monday, May 17, through Wednesday, June 2. Through the minimester, students can earn full course credit in just a few weeks. These accelerated minimester courses are offered online and cover the same material as a full-length course.

Check-in for May minimester housing takes place between 9 a.m. and noon on Sunday, May 16, and rooms are $435 for the term. Check-out takes place between 9 a.m. and noon on Wednesday, June 2.

For more information about the May minimester, visit

Summer I classes run Monday, June 7, through Tuesday, July 6, and housing check-in takes place Sunday, June 6, between 9 a.m. and noon. Summer II classes run Monday, July 12, through Monday, Aug. 9, and housing check in takes place Sunday, Aug. 12, between 9 a.m. and noon. Summer rates are $700 per term. Meal plans provide 15 meals per week, Monday through Friday, and are $400 per term.

For more information about summer classes, visit

For more information about May minimester and summer housing, visit

Housing applications also are available for the fall 2021 semester. For more information, visit or email

(Story courtesy Richard Bray, Blinn Information)

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