Residence Selection Process
Resident students at Marist College are placed in college housing through the College’s Priority Point System. The Priority Point System is unique in that it allocates points to each student in various academic and personal categories that directly affect the students’ eligibility for housing. The system is designed to reward the student who excels academically and who contributes productively to the Marist College community. There are five categories where points may be earned. The categories are: Grade Point Average; Campus Involvement; Disciplinary History; Room Damages; and Condition of Room.
The college is in the process of evaluating, updating and improving the Priority Point Process upon completion; all changes will be posted to the Marist College website under the Residence Student Handbook-Residence Selection Process. These changes will take effect January 2014 with information distributed to students during the fall 2013 semester.