Have a question about Housing and Residence Life’s processes or the housing application? Select from the topics below. If you are still having trouble, contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at 336-334-5636.

Check Out

Absolutely! If you are violating policy, a staff member can ask you to leave.

YES! You must sign up to check-out with a building staff member. If you do not, you may be assessed an improper check-out fee of $25.

YES! All residents need to sign up for an appointment to check-out with the building staff. If you are attending summer school and have signed up for break housing, you will still need to check-out with a staff member. Break housing information will be sent to those participating at a later date.

YES! During your check-out appointment, the RA will make note of the condition of your room on the form. It is your responsibility to review and sign the form to confirm that the information is accurate.

Yes. Housing and Residence Life staff is not responsible for any trash left in a room. Students need to take trash and/or large items to their building’s respective dumpster.

Please note: Trash chutes will be locked on Reading Day in Cone, Grogan, Reynolds, Jefferson Suites, and Spring Garden Apts. Residents will need to take trash out to the dumpsters.

YES! Please visit: Potential Check-Out Charges.

If you are someone’s guest you may return but you cannot return to your room. Guest visitation and escort policies still apply. Once all occupants of a room have checked out, the room will be locked.

Students graduating are allowed to stay in their Spring assignment until noon on the day after graduation. Likewise, students approved to participate in graduation (e.g. Marshall, University Chorus, etc) may also stay until noon on the day after graduation. Check with your CRL for more information on room inspection and returning your key.

If there were no documented damages noted on your Room Condition Form at the time a staff member checks you out, you will not be charged unless an area is considered community space by which all residents would be held accountable for damage.

Current Campus Resident Application

No, once you assign yourself to a room, you are frozen in that room until the “de-assignment” process opens on March 3, 2017. If you have retained your current room or been pulled into a room by another student, you will not be able to change that assignment until March 3. We cannot allow students to hold one room while looking for another room.

You have until February 11, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. to complete your priority contract renewal application and be eligible for priority self-assignment that begins in February. After 12 p.m. on Saturday, January 25, you will be able to complete the general contract renewal application using Artemis. However, students who complete their contract renewal after February 11, will not get a priority time when they will be eligible to log in and select a room. They will be able to be pulled into a group by creating a Roommate Group Pin.

To give yourself the best chance to get the room you’ll want meet the Returner PRIORITY Application deadline:

  • Log into Artemis, complete the Returner Priority Application, and agree to the terms of the 2017-2018 Housing Contract by 11:59 p.m. on February 11.
  • If you meet the priority deadline, you will be given a window of time to select a room, between February 21 and March 3.

Current residents who wait to complete the application between February 17 and May 1 will be eligible to self-assign between March 20 and June 30.

Look for the 2017-18 Housing Application on the Deadlines page. Click on the Current Campus Resident Deadlines button. All of the information you need is available there and videos are included to walk you through each of the steps that apply to your situation.

Yes, send an email to hrl@uncg.edu and we can send you the special pull-in instructions.

If an upperclassman wants to room with a freshman next year, they will need to email hrl@uncg.edu and request the freshman. The freshman will need to add the upperclassmen as a roommate preference, then both will be assigned together.

Roommate Group Pins can be whatever you want them to be. If your group decides to make all the Roommate Group Pins the same, you may do that. Each person creates their own Roommate Group Pin and then must share it with the person logging in to make the assignment. Again, it is encouraged but not required to share the University IDs and Roommate Group Pins with everyone in the group.

It is encouraged that everyone in the group create a Roommate Group Pin, just in case. However, only the roommates being pulled in need a Roommate Group Pin.

Priority Group Dates are as follows:

  • Groups of 4 begin on February 21 at staggering start times
  • Groups of 3 begin on February 22 at staggering start times
  • Groups of 2 begin on February 23 at staggering start times

You will have the best chance for your group on these dates. However, you will still have the option to create a group later if there is space available.

The meal plans offered in the contract renewal application are the ones that everyone is eligible to have. In June, you will get an e-mail from the SpartanCard Center letting you know that you can change your meal plan. This will allow you to pick meal plans that are allowed for where you are assigned. For example, only students who live in Spartan Village or Lofts on Lee can choose the “No Meal Plan” option.

To change your roommate group pin, log into Artemis, and click on the grey button that says “Change/Look up Roommate Group Pin”. It is located under the Priority Group Self-Assign section for returning students. For new upperclassmen and transfer students it’s located below the application buttons.

People who sign up as a group will get the first opportunity to select rooms with 4, 3 or 2 vacancies. This includes almost all the private rooms in the Quad that are part of a Single/Double Suite(Group of 3) or Single/Single Suite (Group of 2). We don’t want you fumbling around trying to create a pin at the last minute if someone asks you to be part of a group. To sign up for a group, the person doing the sign-ups for the group will need the following for each person:

    UNCG ID#

  • PIN Number
  • Meal Plan Choice

On the main page there is an orange button that says “Check to see if your pre-payment is waived.”

If you have filed a FASFA and are eligible to be waived, print off your 2017-18 Electronic Student Aid Report, found on the FASFA website and bring it into the HRL main office in Ragsdale/Mendenhall.

The information about waived pre-payments comes from the Financial Aid Office. If your EFC is $6000 or less your prepayment will be waived. If you do not file a FAFSA before January 15, the prepayment will NOT be waived.

Students who complete the contract renewal before 11:59 p.m. on February 11 will get a priority time. Staggered start times keep the system from getting overloaded. These start times will be posted the Monday before the process starts. These are just start times, not the exact time the student must log in. It is advised that when forming a group, the student with the earliest start time should log in and pull in the others with later start times.

Priority times are reserved for students who renewed their contract before February 11: The priority application will be available until 11:59 p.m. on February 11, 2017. If you missed that deadline, you will be still be able to complete a non-priority returner application from February 17 – May 1, 2017.

There are several reasons:

  • You room is a special accommodation room. There are various reasons why a room is considered special and must be held for specific students. These rooms cannot be retained and will not be available during the assignment period.
  • You are living in freshman housing. Freshman are required to move to upperclassmen housing, so that new freshman can move into their spaces.
  • You haven’t completed your contract renewal application. You must first complete the contract renewal application before you can retain your room.
  • You haven’t completed your pre-payment and it hasn’t been waived. You must also complete the pre-payment if it wasn’t waived.
  • You are living in Jefferson or the Quad. Students in the Quad and Jefferson are not permitted to retain their spaces to give freshman the option to select those spaces.

There are a few reasons you may not be eligible to complete your contract renewal. They include:

  1. You already completed the contract renewal. You can only submit the application once.
  2. You are not currently living on campus. Only current student can submit a contract renewal application before February 11.
  3. The application is temporarily closed. The application will be closed between 11:59 p.m. February 11 until February 12 at 1 p.m.

General Self-Assignment

Complete a housing application and look for a space to assign yourself. All upperclassmen have the opportunity to complete an application and select a room.

All upcoming UNCG sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students will be guaranteed housing on campus if an application is submitted and the $200 pre-payment is paid between February 25 and May 31, 2017.

May 31, 2017. The $200 pre-payment is non-refundable and will not be applied to your student account.

Cancellation fees:

  • All students who have been assigned are subject to a $250 Cancellation Fee if they cancel after June 1
  • All students who have been assigned are subject to a $500 Cancellation Fee if they cancel after July 1
  • Any student not registered for Fall 2017 by July 3 will have their assignment cancelled.

The short answer is that you must look at the Housing Contract that you agree to when you sign up for housing. The best place to start is the Cancellation page. Click on the link to access the appropriate contract and read the information listed under “Cancellation.” Specific information that applies to your situation will be listed there.

The process is set up so that you will only see rooms that you are eligible to select. This means that rooms that are listed will match your gender, course year, search criteria, and group size, if applicable. You should continue to log into Artemis and look for rooms. We will continue to receive cancellations which will make spaces available. If you complete an application by May 31, you are guaranteed housing for the 2017 – 2018 academic year.

We typically reach a point where we have very few rooms available at any point during the day. This happens every year, but don’t panic! You will be able to continue to search for, and assign yourself to, rooms that become available until June 30! During that time, nearly 500 students will cancel their housing. When a person cancels his or her housing, that space will be available for students to self-assign, so keep trying.

We will have many students change their plans and cancel their housing for 2017-2018. Here are some key reasons and dates:

  • March 20 – April 1: Students accepted to Study Abroad will cancel their housing.
  • March 7 – 21: Students hired as RAs will be re-assigned to RA rooms
  • Students will confirm their transfer to another school and cancel their housing
  • Students will decide to commute or live off campus
  • May 9 – May 31: Students will become academically ineligible
  • Students who had their prepayment waived have until May 1 to cancel without paying a $200 Cancellation Fee.

If the anticipated freshman class is smaller than expected, additional space will be made available for upperclassmen. The responsibility to assign yourself to a room is your responsibility until June 30. After June 30, you will be assigned to a room by Housing staff.

To change your roommate group pin, log into Artemis, and click on the grey button that says “Change/Look up Roommate Group Pin”. It is located under the Priority Group Self-Assign section for returning students. For new upperclassmen and transfer students it’s located below the application buttons.

You can request to de-assigned so that you may see rooms that are available. Be aware that in doing this, there is no guarantee that the room you want will be available and you give up the room to which you were assigned. We expect about 500 cancellations in May and June, and these rooms will become available, so check back as often as you like. You have until June 30, 2017 to select a room.

Click the tiny grey arrow to the left of that room. The specific bed space option should drop down.

This is a screen resolution issue. Try a different computer or electronic device. The application is compatible with most browsers, so you can even do it on your smartphone! There are always computers available in the main office of HRL in Ragsdale/Mendenhall. You may also try pressing the control and – button simultaneously. This shrinks the image so that next or finish are visible.

The window for roommate pull in has expired.

June 30, 2017, at 5 p.m.

All upcoming UNCG sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students are considered upperclassmen.

Housing Application

Complete a housing application and look for a space to assign yourself. All upperclassmen have the opportunity to complete an application and select a room.

All upcoming UNCG sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students will be guaranteed housing on campus if an application is submitted and the $200 pre-payment is paid between February 25 and May 31, 2017.

No, once you assign yourself to a room, you are frozen in that room until the “de-assignment” process opens on March 3, 2017. If you have retained your current room or been pulled into a room by another student, you will not be able to change that assignment until March 3. We cannot allow students to hold one room while looking for another room.

May 31, 2017. The $200 pre-payment is non-refundable and will not be applied to your student account.

Cancellation fees:

  • All students who have been assigned are subject to a $250 Cancellation Fee if they cancel after June 1
  • All students who have been assigned are subject to a $500 Cancellation Fee if they cancel after July 1
  • Any student not registered for Fall 2017 by July 3 will have their assignment cancelled.

The short answer is that you must look at the Housing Contract that you agree to when you sign up for housing. The best place to start is the Cancellation page. Click on the link to access the appropriate contract and read the information listed under “Cancellation.” Specific information that applies to your situation will be listed there.

The process is set up so that you will only see rooms that you are eligible to select. This means that rooms that are listed will match your gender, course year, search criteria, and group size, if applicable. You should continue to log into Artemis and look for rooms. We will continue to receive cancellations which will make spaces available. If you complete an application by May 31, you are guaranteed housing for the 2017 – 2018 academic year.

You have until February 11, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. to complete your priority contract renewal application and be eligible for priority self-assignment that begins in February. After 12 p.m. on Saturday, January 25, you will be able to complete the general contract renewal application using Artemis. However, students who complete their contract renewal after February 11, will not get a priority time when they will be eligible to log in and select a room. They will be able to be pulled into a group by creating a Roommate Group Pin.

In general, Feb. 15-May 31, 2017, but visit the Deadlines page. Look for the “New First-Year Applicants” button under 2017-18 Housing Application and you’ll find the information you need about deadlines. After that, just use Artemis to begin your application.

To give yourself the best chance to get the room you’ll want meet the Returner PRIORITY Application deadline:

  • Log into Artemis, complete the Returner Priority Application, and agree to the terms of the 2017-2018 Housing Contract by 11:59 p.m. on February 11.
  • If you meet the priority deadline, you will be given a window of time to select a room, between February 21 and March 3.

Current residents who wait to complete the application between February 17 and May 1 will be eligible to self-assign between March 20 and June 30.

Look for the 2017-18 Housing Application on the Deadlines page. Click on the Current Campus Resident Deadlines button. All of the information you need is available there and videos are included to walk you through each of the steps that apply to your situation.

Current campus residents who apply after May 2 will be placed on a Waiting List and will not be guaranteed housing for 2017-2018. A waiting list for current residents who did not apply by May 2, 2017 will open online on May 3, 2017. Students on the waiting list will only be assigned on a space available basis in late July/early August.

Upperclass Non-Residents who apply after May 31 will be placed on a Waiting List and will not be guaranteed housing for 2017-2018. This waiting list will open online on June 2, 2016. Students on the waiting list will only be assigned on a space available basis in late July/early August.

Yes, send an email to hrl@uncg.edu and we can send you the special pull-in instructions.

If an upperclassman wants to room with a freshman next year, they will need to email hrl@uncg.edu and request the freshman. The freshman will need to add the upperclassmen as a roommate preference, then both will be assigned together.

Roommate Group Pins can be whatever you want them to be. If your group decides to make all the Roommate Group Pins the same, you may do that. Each person creates their own Roommate Group Pin and then must share it with the person logging in to make the assignment. Again, it is encouraged but not required to share the University IDs and Roommate Group Pins with everyone in the group.

It is encouraged that everyone in the group create a Roommate Group Pin, just in case. However, only the roommates being pulled in need a Roommate Group Pin.

Priority Group Dates are as follows:

  • Groups of 4 begin on February 21 at staggering start times
  • Groups of 3 begin on February 22 at staggering start times
  • Groups of 2 begin on February 23 at staggering start times

You will have the best chance for your group on these dates. However, you will still have the option to create a group later if there is space available.

Once you have been given an assignment, you can view your roommate’s name and UNCG email by logging into Artemis and clicking on “Housing Assignment.”

You can log back into Artemis at any time to change your preferences, to add a roommate or to make updates. The deadline for completing these changes is June 30, 2017.

You must wait one day between the time you activate your iSpartan account and the time you start the housing application. Thanks for your patience.

We typically reach a point where we have very few rooms available at any point during the day. This happens every year, but don’t panic! You will be able to continue to search for, and assign yourself to, rooms that become available until June 30! During that time, nearly 500 students will cancel their housing. When a person cancels his or her housing, that space will be available for students to self-assign, so keep trying.

We will have many students change their plans and cancel their housing for 2017-2018. Here are some key reasons and dates:

  • March 20 – April 1: Students accepted to Study Abroad will cancel their housing.
  • March 7 – 21: Students hired as RAs will be re-assigned to RA rooms
  • Students will confirm their transfer to another school and cancel their housing
  • Students will decide to commute or live off campus
  • May 9 – May 31: Students will become academically ineligible
  • Students who had their prepayment waived have until May 1 to cancel without paying a $200 Cancellation Fee.

If the anticipated freshman class is smaller than expected, additional space will be made available for upperclassmen. The responsibility to assign yourself to a room is your responsibility until June 30. After June 30, you will be assigned to a room by Housing staff.

The meal plans offered in the contract renewal application are the ones that everyone is eligible to have. In June, you will get an e-mail from the SpartanCard Center letting you know that you can change your meal plan. This will allow you to pick meal plans that are allowed for where you are assigned. For example, only students who live in Spartan Village or Lofts on Lee can choose the “No Meal Plan” option.

To change your roommate group pin, log into Artemis, and click on the grey button that says “Change/Look up Roommate Group Pin”. It is located under the Priority Group Self-Assign section for returning students. For new upperclassmen and transfer students it’s located below the application buttons.

People who sign up as a group will get the first opportunity to select rooms with 4, 3 or 2 vacancies. This includes almost all the private rooms in the Quad that are part of a Single/Double Suite(Group of 3) or Single/Single Suite (Group of 2). We don’t want you fumbling around trying to create a pin at the last minute if someone asks you to be part of a group. To sign up for a group, the person doing the sign-ups for the group will need the following for each person:

    UNCG ID#

  • PIN Number
  • Meal Plan Choice

Online with a credit card/debit card or check. We cannot accept cash.

On the main page there is an orange button that says “Check to see if your pre-payment is waived.”

If you have filed a FASFA and are eligible to be waived, print off your 2017-18 Electronic Student Aid Report, found on the FASFA website and bring it into the HRL main office in Ragsdale/Mendenhall.

The information about waived pre-payments comes from the Financial Aid Office. If your EFC is $6000 or less your prepayment will be waived. If you do not file a FAFSA before January 15, the prepayment will NOT be waived.

Students who complete the contract renewal before 11:59 p.m. on February 11 will get a priority time. Staggered start times keep the system from getting overloaded. These start times will be posted the Monday before the process starts. These are just start times, not the exact time the student must log in. It is advised that when forming a group, the student with the earliest start time should log in and pull in the others with later start times.

Priority times are reserved for students who renewed their contract before February 11: The priority application will be available until 11:59 p.m. on February 11, 2017. If you missed that deadline, you will be still be able to complete a non-priority returner application from February 17 – May 1, 2017.

You can request to de-assigned so that you may see rooms that are available. Be aware that in doing this, there is no guarantee that the room you want will be available and you give up the room to which you were assigned. We expect about 500 cancellations in May and June, and these rooms will become available, so check back as often as you like. You have until June 30, 2017 to select a room.

Click the tiny grey arrow to the left of that room. The specific bed space option should drop down.

This is a screen resolution issue. Try a different computer or electronic device. The application is compatible with most browsers, so you can even do it on your smartphone! There are always computers available in the main office of HRL in Ragsdale/Mendenhall. You may also try pressing the control and – button simultaneously. This shrinks the image so that next or finish are visible.

The window for roommate pull in has expired.

There are several reasons:

  • You room is a special accommodation room. There are various reasons why a room is considered special and must be held for specific students. These rooms cannot be retained and will not be available during the assignment period.
  • You are living in freshman housing. Freshman are required to move to upperclassmen housing, so that new freshman can move into their spaces.
  • You haven’t completed your contract renewal application. You must first complete the contract renewal application before you can retain your room.
  • You haven’t completed your pre-payment and it hasn’t been waived. You must also complete the pre-payment if it wasn’t waived.
  • You are living in Jefferson or the Quad. Students in the Quad and Jefferson are not permitted to retain their spaces to give freshman the option to select those spaces.

There are a few reasons you may not be eligible to complete your contract renewal. They include:

  1. You already completed the contract renewal. You can only submit the application once.
  2. You are not currently living on campus. Only current student can submit a contract renewal application before February 11.
  3. The application is temporarily closed. The application will be closed between 11:59 p.m. February 11 until February 12 at 1 p.m.

June 30, 2017, at 5 p.m.

Once you know your room assignment, like your residence hall’s facebook page. The individual hall facebook pages are listed on the right-hand side of the Connect with Students/Events page.

You will receive your housing assignment by July 7, 2017, unless you are accepted into one of our signature living-learning communities. Living-learning community housing assignments are made before July 1, 2017.

All upcoming UNCG sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students are considered upperclassmen.

International Students

For the 2017-18 academic year, your scheduled date for move in is Monday, August 10, 2017, at 8 a.m.

UNCG has a great program that houses International students in one of our apartment-style residence halls: Tower Village. All of the international students who apply for housing will automatically be placed there unless they choose to assign themselves to another space on campus.

If you would prefer to live in another suite or apartment style residence hall, you will have to manually assign yourself to it before June 30, 2017. This process allows you to see what we have available and assign yourself to a space based on your preference and our availability, instead of just giving us a bunch of preferences that may not be available. At this point there may be no spaces in the suite and/or apartment style halls, but as students cancel, space will become available, so keep checking.

Log back into Artemis and check to see if any spaces are open in the building you want. In May and June we will have more cancellations and spaces to choose from.

Living on Campus

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.

Most definitely. Each hall varies with regard to what the amenities available in each common area, so check out the “View the Residence Halls” section of the HRL website and find your particular hall.

No, currently UNCG does not allow students to build lofts in any residence hall on campus.

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

Yes, the microwave and refrigerator must meet specific size requirements. Microwaves less than 800 watts are permitted. Refrigerators cannot exceed 3.5 cubic feet.

It is recommended that students rent or purchase a MicroFridge from the Residence Hall Association. Visit the MicroFridge page to learn more.

It is not possible to see your room and suite 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 within the suite or apartment 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 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.

Visit Apply with Artemis and log in to Artemis, the housing portal. Once logged in, verify your room assignment. You room assignment will be labeled as a single or a double.

Freshman halls are traditional-style housing, with rooms located along a long corridor with community bathrooms. These bathrooms will be cleaned and toilet paper, hand soap and paper towels will be supplied.

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. Details are available on the What to Bring to Campus list.

Yes. All residence halls at UNCG are equipped with wireless internet in community spaces, common areas, and bedrooms.

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.

Some rooms have extra-long twin beds. Others have full-sized beds. Check under the individual hall’s information to see what will be in your room.

Check the Room and Furniture tab under each of the residence hall pages for bed and sheet sizes.

  • Twin-sized beds require XL twin sheets. (Regular full-sized sheets are too short.)
  • Full-sized beds require queen-sized sheets.

There are conveniently located laundry rooms in every residence hall all of which operate free of charge. See the “View the Residence Halls” section of the HRL website to see locations of laundry rooms in each building.

Before you bring your clothes to the laundry room, visit Wash Alert to check the availability of washers and dryers in the building.

All residents will be required to complete a roommate agreement with a roommate or roommates. The roommate agreement form 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.

New First-Year Student Applicants

In general, Feb. 15-May 31, 2017, but visit the Deadlines page. Look for the “New First-Year Applicants” button under 2017-18 Housing Application and you’ll find the information you need about deadlines. After that, just use Artemis to begin your application.

Once you have been given an assignment, you can view your roommate’s name and UNCG email by logging into Artemis and clicking on “Housing Assignment.”

You can log back into Artemis at any time to change your preferences, to add a roommate or to make updates. The deadline for completing these changes is June 30, 2017.

You must wait one day between the time you activate your iSpartan account and the time you start the housing application. Thanks for your patience.

Once you know your room assignment, like your residence hall’s facebook page. The individual hall facebook pages are listed on the right-hand side of the Connect with Students/Events page.

You will receive your housing assignment by July 7, 2017, unless you are accepted into one of our signature living-learning communities. Living-learning community housing assignments are made before July 1, 2017.

Suite and Apartment Living

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 and suite 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 within the suite or apartment 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 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. Details are available on the What to Bring to Campus list.

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.

Summer School

No. All summer housing will be in Spring Garden Apartments (apartments with single rooms) in 2017 for $837.00 per session. Information on summer applications is on the web page under Apply for Housing.

Yes. You must complete a summer application and indicate you are not taking classes. You must make your payment to HRL either by check, money order, or online with a credit card by May 1 for summer session I and by June 1 for summer session II.