By submitting an individual housing application, you indicate that you wish to live on campus for the 2022-2023 academic year, and wish to participate in the housing selection process.
In the event you are unable to obtain a space through room selection, you can sign up to be placed on an upper-class housing waitlist. The waitlist will indicate you still want to live on campus. We will fill any available on-campus housing first before looking at off-campus housing locations.
You may also submit a housing release request after room selection is over. Please note that if you do select or are placed in a room, release requests will not automatically be granted, and will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
I Will Live On Campus During the 2022-2023 Academic Year and....
I Will Not Be Living On Campus During the 2022-2023 Academic Year because...
- I will be on co-op, study abroad, an internship or other experiential learning opportunity
- I will be living off campus
If you are considering moving off-campus, please make yourself familiar with the financial aid implications of your decision, and consult the Office of Financial Aid if you have questions. Living off-campus may change your eligibility for financial aid. A student's financial aid eligibility is determined in part by their cost of attendance (tuition, fees, living expenses, books and personal expenses). For those students who commute from home or live off-campus (not with family), the university uses a smaller cost of attendance to award need-based grant than those living on-campus. If you have questions about your financial aid eligibility, please contact the Office of Financial Aid.