Once you know that housing on campus is what you want, you’ll need to know when, how and where to apply, what options are available to you to make changes, and the steps you need to take. This section will help you get set for all those things. You will be able to find out ahead of time when certain application processes occur and what you are able to do once you have an assignment. The most important tool you will use throughout the housing process is Artemis, the all-access housing portal.
Here’s what you’ll find:
Each year, in mid-January, the housing deadlines are posted online, along with instructions and videos to help you through the steps to properly apply for campus housing.
Once you’ve become aware of the deadlines you need to follow, you’re ready to use ARTEMIS, your all-access housing portal. You will use Artemis to access everything related to your housing assignment. Once you log in using your iSpartan credentials, you will see information that is custom-tailored just for you.
We have a great way for UNCG students to meet others who might like to share a room. The UNCG HRL Roommate Finder in Canvas can help!
We are committed to providing accommodations that offer the best fit possible. If you have a special need, let us work with you.
It’s an exciting time of the year when you will come to UNCG to make the campus your home. New students should become familiar with all of the information about moving into the residence halls in the fall. Returning residents can quickly find the bits of information they need by selecting from the information below.
Room change is for students who would like to change rooms or bring in a friend into an empty space in a room, suite, or apartment.
At certain times during the year, there are scheduled breaks when most students go home or on vacation. The term “break housing” refers to limited housing availability at an additional charge during these break periods.
As the semester comes to a close, it is very important for you to work with the staff to ensure a smooth check-out process.
All residential students are bound by the Housing and Dining contract they agree to at the time they submit their housing application. The housing contract is the best place to start when you consider cancelling your housing.