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FAQ: Room Sign Up

Do I have to live in the residence halls?

On-campus living provides unique opportunities for student academic and social involvement. All single, new freshman students who will not have reached their 21st birthday by September 1, and who are not residing with their parents or legal guardians, or are not the custodial parent of a dependent child, must live in University residence halls as long as space is available.  If students required to live on campus do not sign up for housing, they will be automatically charged for a double room.

Learn more about the university residency requirement.

What happens if I haven't gotten my lottery number yet?

Room sign up for the fall/spring semesters begins in mid-February for students who currently live in the residence halls and late March for new students. You will receive your lottery number and information about the first date you can begin selecting a room in the mail before this time. After the lottery period is over, you can sign up for a room at any time.

New residents who sign a housing contract after the lottery period is over will not receive a lottery number and they can sign up for housing at any time.

What if the room I want isn't available?

If you wish to change your room selection, log onto Campus Housing Sign Up and go to Rooms and Meal Plans > Change a Room.

When do I get to move in?

For the 2016-2017 academic term, move in is Friday, August 19, 2016.

What happens if I don't sign up for a room?

If students required to live on campus per the university residency requirement do not sign up for housing, they will be automatically charged for a double room.

Can I change which room I signed up for?

If you wish to change your room selection, log onto Campus Housing Sign Up and go to Rooms and Meal Plans > Change a Room.

How do I sign up with my roommate?

During room sign up, one person (the "designee") will select a room for all roommates. The designee must have registration information for all roommates and will be responsible for selecting the desired room.


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