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Frequently Asked Questions

Students depositing by May 1st should receive a housing assignment letter by July 15. For those students depositing after May 1st, housing assignments will be given on a rolling basis as housing applications are received. If you have submitted a housing agreement, but have not received an assignment, you are still in the process of being assigned and notification will be given once your assignment is completed.

All rooms are furnished with a bed & mattress, desk & chair, and dresser. Each room is equipped with wireless internet and extended digital cable.

Students are assigned in order of earliest to latest deposit date and according to building preferences. Double spaces are filled first and then all remaining students are assigned to triple spaces. Please remember that triple rooms are designated for our larger rooms on campus to ensure ample space. As a result, students assigned to the larger triple rooms will not receive housing discounts or credits.

Unfortunately, we are unable to make assignment changes prior to move-in. If a student would like to request a room change, they may contact our Residence Life staff after Welcome Week to discuss their situation. Room changes will be made on a case-by-case basis and only as open space allows.

Due to summer camp occupancy, we cannot show individual rooms during the summer or prior to move-in weekend.

You may visit the Housing sections of the Residence Life web page to view detailed information about each residence hall. This information provides a floor plan with dimensions as well as other pertinent information about the living area space.

If a student would like to change his/her meal plan, simply complete the meal plan change form located on the My Housing page. Students have until the 3rd day of classes each semester to choose or change their meal plan. After that date, meal plans are locked in for the semester. Students who do not make a selection, will be assigned the standard 21 meals/week plan.

Students may refer to our What to Bring/What Not to Bring hand-out for suggestions on items that are recommend as well as items that are prohibited. This form can be found on the Residence Life webpage.

We recommend Twin XL sheets. Our mattresses are slightly longer than a standard twin.

Each room is allowed ONE refrigerator and ONE microwave. The refrigerator size should not exceed 4.6 cubic feet. The microwave should not exceed 1100 watts.