As of June 1, Residential Living is no longer accepting contracts from individuals who graduated from high school in or before 2011 for "traditional" halls. Housing contracts from individuals who graduated from high school in 2012 or 2013 are still being accepted. Please click here for details.
Students who currently reside in the residence halls are sent
information in mid-March about the hall sign-up process. This is a time
where you will be able to select the room you will live in for the
following fall. You will be given priority in retaining your current
room and opportunities to choose other rooms across campus. Your CA will
be passing this information on to you - be sure to watch for it!
You will need to make a $125 housing prepayment for the next year
before you select a room for the upcoming fall, so budget accordingly.
(The $125 prepayment you made for this year is applied to your spring
housing costs for this year.)
If you do not apply for housing during the timeframe set for
returning students, you are still welcome to apply. However, in
fairness to all, you will then be assigned by the computer to a room.
If you are a student who is living off-campus (either as a commuter
or an older student) and would like to move onto campus either during
the semester or for the next semester, please contact us
for specific information on the application process. There are
opportunities during each of our sign-up timelines when you may choose a
room for the next semester.
Individuals interested in residing in the Suites@201 must
have graduated from high school two or more years prior to the fall
they plan to live in the building. Sign-up begins in January.
Students interested in Hyer Hall register for housing beginning in mid-February.
Room changes are made during weeks 2 and 7 of each semester. There is also the opportunity to make a room change at the end of the fall semester for the spring semester.
Single rooms are available each semester on a space-available basis. This determination is made during week 3 of every semester.