STEP #1: PAY HOUSING DEPOSIT
Once a student has submitted a $75 Reservation Deposit (which is applied to Spring semester fees), they will be given access to a website where they can complete the housing contract and application. They will be able to make roommate, hall and lifestyle preferences as well as choose from meal plan options.
STEP #2: APPLY?
Since room assignments are based on the date all properly completed items are received, it is to the student's advantage to return the application and deposit as soon as possible. Since the University may have more applicants than it has regular spaces available, late applicants may be assigned to a limited number of temporary housing accommodations (including hotels) until regular accommodations become available.
Every attempt will be made to permit students to room with those whom they prefer. Students wishing to room together by mutual agreement should submit their online applications by the end of December. Make sure you list one another on each of your applications. When requests cannot be met because of limitations, students will be assigned to another space if available.
A student desiring a single room (only one occupant) must indicate this desire on the housing application. There is an additional charge for a single room beyond the cost of a double room. Only 20 single rooms are available, and preference is given to students with the highest number of credits and special needs.
Specially designed rooms for students with disabilities are available in certain halls. After you have completed your application, please submit an accommodation request at My Housing Portal. Please understand that you may also be directed to work with the Services for Students with Disabilities Office and need to provide documentation from a certified medical practitioner.
Students will be notified of their residence hall assignment before summer orientation the beginning of June.