You will list your building and room-type preferences in the Housing Application. If you graduated from high school less than two years prior to the start of the academic year, you will select from residence hall options; if you graduated more than two years prior, you may choose either residence halls or apartments.
After each deadline (see How to Apply), students with complete applications (i.e., those who’ve made a housing deposit and advance payment) will be assigned. Each applicant will have an equal chance of getting their preferred hall.
While assignments are made by maximizing preferences, each area contains a finite number of spaces; therefore, we cannot guarantee a specific assignment. Your chances of getting into one of your preferred housing locations will depend on its availability and how many other students have requested it.
If demand for housing exceeds supply, priority will be given to students who are required to live on campus. (See the Residential Living Requirement.)
If you need a housing accommodation due to a documented disability, email Disability Support Services (DSS) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the nature of your request along with documentation. DSS staff will contact you about next steps. To speak with DSS directly, call 206-281-2272.