Early arrival begins on Aug. 15. Students who are returning early for a sport, campus program, or campus job will need to contact the Office of Residence Life to get added to the early arrival list. Students who are not required to arrive early may choose to still arrive prior to move-in day but will be charged a nightly fee. Check back here for specific times the early arrival desk is open.
Winter Break Housing
All traditional residence halls (Brown Hall, Erickson Hall, Hallett Hall, Hoyum Hall, Livedalen Hall, Park Region Hall) are closed over winter break. On-campus apartments and townhouses remain open during winter break. Check back for more information on accommodations.
Learn more about how to pick your housing for the next academic year, or for the summer.Learn More
Locked out? Need to submit a work order? Looking for your hall's duty phone number? The resources page is full of useful info.Learn More
Living Off Campus
All first- and second-year students are required to live in a residence hall on campus.
If you are a junior or senior, Residence Life has compiled helpful tips for students who choose to live off campus.Learn More
Joining Hall Council or working as an RA are the two most popular ways to get involved with your residence hall.Learn More
Residency Requirement Policy
All first- and second-year students are required to live in a residence hall on campus. For the 2018-19 academic year, a first-year student is defined as an individual who receives a high school diploma in January 2018 or later.
If you wish to complete a Residency Exemption Request to live off-campus, please fill out the online application located on MyHousing (available starting Monday, January 15th).
Residence Life is committed to working with students needing accessibility or other accommodations. We work closely with the Counseling Center and Disability Services Office to meet your needs.Learn More