Room Selection for Upper-Class Students

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We believe that living on campus allows students to immerse themselves in the full college experience and connect with campus life in an unparalleled way. There are many reasons that upper-class students choose to live in University Housing—building memories with friends, connection to student life, proximity to classes, time savings, convenience of payment, attractive and comfortable apartments, safety features and programs, reliable amenities, and on-site staff support, to name a few.

If you would like to continue living on campus in an Upper Class Experience (UCE) community or in a Greek house, please select one of the options below.

I Will Live On Campus During the 2019-2020 Academic Year and....

I Will Not Be Living On Campus During the 2019-2020 Academic Year because...

If you are considering moving off-campus for the first time, please make yourself familiar with the financial aid implications of your decision, and consult the Office of Financial Aid if you have questions. If you receive a grant in aid for campus housing, your eligibility is determined in part by a calculation of the cost of attendance (tuition, fees, living expenses, books, and personal expenses). The calculated cost of attendance is greater for on-campus living than for commuter or off-campus living; for the current academic year, this difference is $13,600. As a consequence, aid eligibility and grant assistance is typically less if you choose to live off campus.

I Am Leaving the University After Spring 2019 Because...