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On-campus housing options
Murray State’s residence halls are all modern and well equipped with television, study room, coin-operated laundry facilities, vending machines, and kitchenettes with microwaves. Rooms have telephone jacks, beds, desks, desk chairs, closet and drawer space. Graduate students have two special on-campus housing options: White Hall, a coed private-room residence hall for upperclass and graduate students, or College Courts, mostly one-bedroom furnished apartment units for married, non-traditional and older students, and graduate students (double occupancy required). Visit the Housing Office at 206 Stewart Stadium (or call 270-809-2310) for complete information and applications. There may be a waiting list, so contact the office as soon as possible.

Off-campus housing options
Graduate students interested in renting will find there are many apartments and houses to rent in the Murray area. You may want to contact the Chamber of Commerce as they compile and sell (at a nominal fee) a comprehensive list of available apartments and houses for rent. Chamber of Commerce 270-753-5171.

Dining options
Meals, light snacks, on-and off-campus catering, something sweet or something healthy, at Murray State University Food Service, close to 200 people are on the job every day to provide you with a delicious, high-quality dining experience. Home-cooked meals to national franchises — at Murray State you can have it all. Dining options and meal plans

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