College Courts Apartments
College Courts apartments are made available by Murray State University as a relatively low-cost housing alternative for full-time married, single-parent, graduate, non-traditional, and upperclassmen students. Please make note of the priorities listed below to determine eligibility.
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About College Courts
College Courts is located on the northwest corner of campus approximately four blocks from the campus center. One hundred and thirty-two (132) of the apartments have a combination living and dining room, a bath, two full-sized closets, and a linen closet. The furnishings include dining table and dining chairs, electric range and refrigerator, coffee table, end tables, double bed (twin beds in apartments for unmarried students), dresser and chest of drawers. The bath has a tub with a shower and each apartment is furnished with a phone line. The two-bedroom apartments have the same furnishings as the one-bedroom apartments, except the extra bedroom has twin beds. Each apartment building has two utility rooms which are equipped with coin-operated washer and dryers. All apartments are air-conditioned and have electric heat.
College Courts Community
College Courts is a diverse community of married couples, single parents, children of all ages, non-traditional, graduate and undergraduate students. The Housing Office provides a staff of resident advisors and a graduate residence director who can help the residents fit into this community by introducing neighbors, and through social and educational programs. Residents of College Courts should show their neighbors the same consideration they expect. Residents of College Courts are subject to the Student Code of Conduct outlined in the Murray State Student Life Handbook.
Apartments are assigned based on the date of application and according to the priorities below:
- Priority #1: Married students or single-parent student who have either two or three family members. Only after exhausting the waiting list for family applicants will apartments be assigned to others.
- Priority #2: Non-traditional students regardless of class status. Non-traditional students are defined as students who are 23 years of age or older, financially independent and had a break between high school and college.
- Priority #3: Graduate students who are at least 21 years of age.
- Priority #4: Undergraduate students who are at least 21 years of age.
- Priority #5: Faculty and staff members
The twelve two-bedroom apartments are reserved for families with three or four family members. There usually is a lengthy waiting list for the 12 two-bedroom apartments.
The College Courts Contract governs the occupancy of our apartments. Please click on the link provided to review the contract prior to arriving to campus.
Costs for College Courts Apartment
One-Bedroom Floor Plan
Two-Bedroom Floor Plan