Once you have been accepted to Case Western Reserve University you will gain access to the University Roadmap. The University Roadmap will provide access to the Housing Application for Spring 2022. You can list building and roommate preferences on your application, however, we cannot guarantee these preferences can be met. Room placements will be completed December 21-29.
Case Western Reserve University has a two-year residency requirement. All first- and second-year unmarried undergraduate students who do not live at a parent's permanent residence within 40 miles of campus must live on-campus and participate in the University board plan. If you are eligible to commute, you can indicate this on the housing checklist of the roadmap.
If you have an approved medical accommodation, please contact our office to discuss your assignment.
Housing accommodations may include but are not limited to air conditioning in a residence hall room, a wheelchair accessible room, a visual fire alarm, or assignment to a single room.
If you feel you need a specific medical accommodation, please review the information from the Office of Disability Resources about obtaining approval for medical accommodation.
Gender Inclusive Housing
Gender Inclusive Housing allows transgender students, students exploring gender identity, non-binary, gender non-conforming students, and their allies to live together in the residence halls.
For more information on Gender Inclusive Housing for the Spring 2022 semester, please contact our office.
Verification of Permanent Address
After your permanent address is entered online, our database will automatically verify whether you can commute from your parent's home (within 40 miles of campus). If so, you can designate your status as commuting from home.
You must submit a photo ID and have it accepted by the university in order to complete your housing application.
This list of five questions about your lifestyle will help you choose a room with someone who closely matches your lifestyle indicators.
Vaccination Status Statement
Ohio Revised Code section 1713.55 requires that every student submit a statement on his/her vaccination status for meningitis and hepatitis B before they can live on campus. The form must be submitted online before you can continue working on the housing application.
This is the official application that indicates that you will be living on campus. On this application, you will choose your meal plan option, and agree to the terms and conditions of the Residence Hall Agreement.
Students applying for housing for the Spring 2022 semester will be able to list building and room preferences. We will fulfill these preferences based on the space available, however, we are unable to guarantee these preferences can be met.