Spring 2024 Housing Information

Important Dates

  • October 15th – Priority Application Opens for Spring 2024
  • November 15th – Priority Spring Housing Closes
  • November 16th – Guaranteed Spring Application for Spring 2024 Opens
    • Guaranteed spring applicants will be assigned after December 15 by HRL Staff
  • December 15th – Priority Spring applicants will be assigned by HRL staff

Steps to Apply

  1. Log into ARTEMIS to begin your housing application.
  2. Click on “Apply for Housing”
    • Make sure you complete all steps of the application
  3. Read and Acknowledge the Housing Contract
  4. Pay your $200 Prepayment
    • If you have an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) of $1000 or less on your FAFSA application, this fee is waived.

FALL 2024 HOUSING INFORMATION

Information for the Fall 2024 Housing Application will be available by January 15. The Housing Application for incoming transfer students and off-campus students will open on February 1, 2024. We strongly encourage you to fill out your FAFSA by February 15, 2024 to meet UNCG’s priority filing date. File by the priority date for the best access to the maximum aid available.

Applying for Housing

  1. Check Out Special Interest Housing
    • There may be extra steps if you choose to participate in Special Interest Housing
  2. View the Residence Halls
  3. *TRANSFERS ONLY* Activate Your iSpartan Email Account
    • Before you Apply for housing, you must activate your iSpartan Email Account
      • Go to https://myaccount.uncg.edu and log in with the username (username@uncg.edu) and temporary password you received in your notification email.
      • Set a new password.
      • Provide a non-UNCG email address.
      • Choose and answer five security questions for password recovery. The answers to the questions are CASE SENSITIVE. For added security, the answers are not viewable by 6TECH staff.
      • Note: It takes two business days after you confirm your admission to UNCG, to be able to set up your iSpartan account in order to access Artemis.
    • If you are unable to claim your account, contact the Office of the Registrar at 336.334.5946. To verify everything is working correctly, log into your UNCG email account. The application can be completed using most internet browsers on both Mac and Windows PC. Accepted browsers include: IE 9 or older, Safari, Firefox, Google Chrome.
  4. Read the Housing Contract
    • Prepare for completing your housing contract. The Housing Contract is a legally binding document. Please read it carefully, as you are responsible for fulfilling the terms of the contract.
  5. Test Your Access for Artemis
    • You can test that your iSpartan account works ahead of time in Artemis, but you will not be able to complete an application until the application period begins.
    • Parent/Legal Guardian Approval: If a student is not 18 years of age at the time the online Housing Application is submitted, a parent or legal guardian will need to agree with the conditions and terms of the Housing Contract. Instructions for this step are available in ARTEMIS.
  6. *Optional* Find a Roommate
    • Visit our Roommate Finder Website to gain access to the Canvas Course.
    • If you find a roommate, make sure you have their Spartan ID number and create a 4 digit Roommate Pin that you will both enter when you fill out your housing application
  1. View the How to Apply for Housing Video
  2. Log into ARTEMIS to begin your housing application.
  3. Click on “Apply for Housing”
    • Make sure you complete all steps of the application
  4. *Optional* If you have a roommate, you will be prompted to enter a roommate pin, this is chosen and entered by both roommates during the application. If you do not have a roommate, you may skip this step.
  5. Read and Acknowledge the Housing Contract
  6. Pay your $200 Prepayment
    • If you have an Estimated Family Contribution (EFC) of $1000 or less on your FAFSA application, this fee is waived.

Once you have completed your housing application and paid your $200 prepayment, you will be able to choose your assignment when the self assign period begins. If the Self Assign period is open, you will be able to self assign 2 business days after completing the $200 prepayment.

We will be hosting a New First Year Students, Transfer Students and Off-Campus Students Info Session on January 29, 2024 via Microsoft Teams. We will have time for questions at the end of this session.

Assigning to A Room

  1. View the How to Individually Self Assign Video
  2. Log into ARTEMIS
  3. Click on “Individual Self Assign”
  4. Use arrows to look through the bed spaces available
  5. Once you have found the space you want, click next to the room where it says “lock space”
  6. Select the default meal plan
    • You will be sent more information about changing your selected meal plan at a later time.
  7. CLICK FINISH
    • Your selection will not be completed until you press finish

You can make sure your selection was processed by clicking “Find my Assignment” on the Artemis Homepage. This is also where you can view Roommate information.

  1. View the How to Self Assign with a Group Video
  2. Log into ARTEMIS
  3. Click on “Groups of 2”
  4. Search for your Roommate by inputting their ID and Name
  5. Select your roommate and input your group pin
  6. Use arrows to look through the bed spaces available
  7. Once you have found the spaces you want, click next to the room where it says “lock space”
  8. Assign each student to each bedspace
  9. Select the default meal plan
    • You will be sent more information about changing your selected meal plan at a later time.
  10. CLICK FINISH
    • Your selection will not be completed until you press finish

You can make sure your selection was processed by clicking “Find my Assignment” on the Artemis Homepage. This is also where you can view Roommate information.

New Transfer and Off-Campus HouSing Application FAQ

The best way to find roommates or friends is to start with the Roommate Finder.

Shower curtains will be provided for students. Throughout the year, students are responsible cleaning their shower curtains. Students will be billed for any damaged or missing shower curtains.

Curtains or other window treatments cannot be hung in suites and apartments. All windows within rooms and common areas have mini-blinds.

It is not possible to see your room prior to the scheduled move-in day. Housing and Residence Life staff is not available to provide tours and the buildings will be undergoing final touches prior to officially opening.

Your room is your responsibility. Common areas are the responsibility of all individuals in the suite or apartment. Throughout the academic year, Housing and Residence Life staff will conduct Health and Safety Inspections. If your room or common area is not healthy or safe you will be instructed to clean. Housing and Residence Life encourages students to clean bathrooms, bedrooms, and common areas on a regular basis.

Yes. Bathrooms within a suite or apartment are the responsibility of all individuals living there. Throughout the academic year Housing and Residence Life staff will conduct Health and Safety Inspections. If bathrooms are not in a healthy or safe condition, all individuals in the suite or apartment will be instructed to clean the bathroom.

Housing and Residence Life encourages students to clean bathrooms on a regular basis. Cleaning bathrooms on a regular basis prevents permanent staining of showers, sinks, and toilets. Permanent staining of showers, sinks, and toilets will result in damage billing charges to all students living within a suite or apartment.

Yes. All residents will be required to complete a roommate agreement with a roommate or roommates. The roommate agreement form available on Artemis gives you an opportunity to set general expectations for your living environment while exploring visitation, cleaning responsibilities, use of personal property, and personal habits of everyone in your room, suite, or apartment.

All shower facilities have shower rods.

Each suite or apartment has one thermostat in the common space. The thermostat regulates the temperature of common areas and individual rooms within the suite or apartment. Individuals are responsible for selecting a temperature that is suitable for all within an assigned suite or apartment.

It is recommended that students keep thermostats set between 68 and 74 degrees. This temperature range promotes energy conservation while creating a maximum temperature comfort.

Yes. Suites have centrally located kitchens. Each kitchen is furnished with an oven, microwave, stove, sink, and refrigerator. Each apartment has a full kitchen with all of the appliances and counter space you need to make your own meals and refrigerate them for later. Residents should provide their own pots and pans, coffee makers, etc.

Toilet paper is NOT furnished to students in a suite or apartment. Individuals must purchase their own toilet paper. Housing and Residence Life recommends that residents develop a system to share costs associated with purchasing toilet paper throughout the academic year.

Artemis Housing Portal

Contact Us

Housing and Residence Life
Ragsdale/Mendenhall Residence Hall
201 Gray Drive, Greensboro, NC 27412
PO Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
VOICE: 336.334.5636
FAX: 336.334.5680
EMAIL: hrl@uncg.edu

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