2015-16 housing for
- What is break housing and how do I know if I should sign up for it?
- Do I have to pay a housing deposit? (No — it's waived this year!)
- What is initial login or group formation?
» See the step-by-step process in our video guides
Dear residents and families,
We realize that our decision to move the process up from next spring to this October surprised a majority of our residents and their families, and we are sympathetic to your concerns. We are here to support everyone throughout the process. We believe that the timeline change is in the best interest of our students. Life on campus and academic success are strongly linked, and in the past students were forced to forgo our spring on-campus process to sign off-campus leases in time. Now, they don't have to.
We hope you'll to read this letter from our Director of Residential Life and University Housing, Suzanne Howell, that shares why the decision was made and details about the support we are providing for residents throughout the process.
Housing for current students
Signed up, but want a different room
The wait lists are available online. Go to the homepage of the community where you want to live and look for this button.
» Find your community under the "Current Students" tab above
» Or by visiting our community page
Off-campus students looking to move on — you can still call campus home!
- Need a room? Fill out the wait list form and we'll get you in!
- Anyone who paid a housing deposit (or had it waived) is guaranteed a spot on campus.
Spring 2015 Cancellations
If you are graduating, transferring, studying abroad or withdrawing please complete a cancellation form before November 21 to avoid being assessed a $200 charge. Cancellation of the University Housing License are only being accepted for the reasons listed above.
Focus On — Faculty Masters
George D. Catalano
Each faculty master has been tasked with developing a "Big Idea" — a theme they're focusing on with their communities for the next three years.
Catalano's "Big Idea" resonates closely with his residents and himself — a community of peace. "I see three aspects to this," he explains. "Being at peace with yourself, being at peace with others and being at peace with the planet."
"My impression, after talking to several students, is that they're really searching for a way to give back. They want to make a difference, but with their schedules it's hard for them to come up with ways to do that. I think my role as Master will be shepherding them in this."
Read more about Catalano and his "Big Idea".
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