Housing Sign-Up is a multiple step process that all occurs on MyHousing every spring. To participate in sign-up, students must;
- Submit a Housing Application
- Select Roommates during Roommate Selection (or don't select any if you wish to live alone)
- Select a Room during your assigned selection time
The Housing Application will be available in January and is due by January 31 at midnight. Once you complete your application, we will send you a lot of instructions and your selection time, so make sure to check your email regularly.
Students who complete the Housing Application will be assigned an individual Room Selection time. Selection times are randomly assigned but based off of anticipated academic credit status for fall - so seniors will select rooms first, then juniors, then sophomores.
In the event that your desired hall/room was not available during housing sign-up, Open Room Change times will take place on MyHousing in March, May, and August after sign-up has closed. You will be able to select from remaining available rooms and change your housing assignment as spaces become available. To participate, you just need to be in housing for the following school year. If you didn't select a room during sign-up, please contact the Office of Residence Life for your options. More information about Open Room Change will be sent before each process begins.
If you secured a room but later decide that you do not want it, you can email the Residence Life Office to cancel. Please be aware that the date to cancel without a fee is the first Friday in May. All cancellations made after that date will result in a $200 cancellation fee.
Process and Timeline
All students must fill out a housing application in January to participate in sign-up and receive a sign-up time. Sign-up times are determined by anticipated class status for fall.Timeline
Residence Halls & Apartments
Get the details about each of our halls and apartments.Residence Halls
Frequently Asked Questions
Get your questions answered about all things housing related.FAQs