Hall sign-up 2015
Selecting a new room
Complete your housing application online or turn in your 2015-16 housing contract on or before April 24 to maintain priority in the hall sign-up process.
As long as you make your prepayment before and submit your housing contract to Residential Living by April 24, you will be "default-assigned" to your spring 2015 room. You will be able to select a different room and/or hall during the sign-up process as you desire. See Timeline for details.
Individuals submitting their housing contract after April 24 lose their priority and will be placed in a "hold room." You will be able to begin accessing the room change system on May 1 or 24 hours after turning in your contract, whichever is later. Individuals turning in a contract after May 15 forfeit the opportunity to self-select a room for fall; you will be assigned by the housing program in late July along with all new applicants on a first-applied, first-assigned basis.
On the appropriate day, log into the room change process. Once logged in, you will see a drop down box that will show you the rooms available for fall 2015 from which you can select. If a room is marked with an asterisk (*), it means that it is a totally vacant room available to "pairs" of students (you will not be able to select one of these rooms unless you have a friend to be assigned with you - see Requesting a roommate.
[If you are in a half-vacant room and select a different location, you will not be able to relocate back to your original assignment.]
There are a variety of specialty living communities across the campus. If a room is a part of one of these communities, it is marked next to the room on your drop-down box.
(Room availability will reflect rooms available with individuals who have the same gender and smoking status.)
You will receive a confirmation email (through your UWSP email account) if your room change is successful. If you do not receive a confirmation email, your room change request was not processed. Please try again or contact Residential Living for assistance.