Here are some frequently asked questions, along with additional resources. If you have a question that is not answered here, please contact us at email@example.com.
Requests for room changes are considered beginning the second week of classes, if there is available space. You can initiate a room change through your Residential Community Director by completing the room change request form on CampusGroups.
Different lifestyles do not mean that there will be problems between you and your roommate. Roommates' smoking preferences and at least two of the four other lifestyle indicators will usually match.
Unfortunately, we cannot release any details about why your previous roommate may have been removed from your room. The most common reason is that he/she decided not to attend CWRU. We continue to assign students throughout the summer to ensure that everyone has a room.
The University is not liable, directly or indirectly, for loss of or damage to any article of personal property anywhere on the premises caused by fire, water, steam, insufficient heat, the elements, or actions of third persons.
Personal property of students is not covered by University insurance. Students should carry their own insurance protection against loss or damage to their personal property (through parent's homeowner insurance or renters insurance). CWRU partners with GradGuard Renter's Insurance.
Yes, laundry facilities are provided in every residence hall. Laundry is included in the room rate. No more need to bring quarters for laundry! All washing machines are high-efficiency front-loading Maytag™ Neptune™ machines. We would highly recommend that you bring high-efficiency detergent (look for the "he" on the bottle).
All machines are also equipped with Laundryview, a program where you can go online via the housing website and check the availability of washers and dryers. Click here for more information.
The area offices are located on each side of campus, in the North and South Residential Area. Staffed by full-time administrative staff as well as part-time student assistants, it's where you'll pick up packages and mail, check-in, get keys, drop off and pick up dry cleaning, purchase stamps, send faxes, and obtain information on a wide range of topics.
Yes. Plants, posters, photos, and small caged animals (including fish) are fine. Dogs, cats, ferrets, and animals requiring a heat lamp are not allowed. Residents are required to fill out a pet registration form at the time of check-in. Registration forms can be found online on your CampusGroup account. Approval is required by the roommate as well as the Residential Community Director or Associate Director of Greek Life. If you require an assistance animal, please contact the Office of Disability Resources for approval at firstname.lastname@example.org
We recommend that you hang items with 3M removable item (hooks, picture hangers, etc) or blue painter's tape. No nails or other type of tape are allowed.
Wallpaper, contact paper, borders, paneling, waterbeds, removal of university furniture, and painting over varnished surfaces are not allowed.
In the North Residential Village, mail will be sorted and kept on file at the Residential Area Office, in Wade Commons. To receive your postal mail, bring your student ID to the office. The exceptions to this are The Triangle Apartments and PMA apartments, where mail will continue to be delivered directly to these facilities.
In the South Residential Village, mail is directly delivered to your mailbox in the lobby of the residence hall, by the US Post Office.
Students are able to receive packages in three ways; via Amazon Lockers, PackCity Lockers and the Residential Area Office desks. Packages delivered to the area office and are logged and students notified via email when they have received packages. Read all the details about mail and packages on our website.
Finding your campus address is easy! Simply sign on to your MyHousing account, and click on your housing assignment. This will bring up a page with information about your assignment, including your campus mailing address. Mail and packages should be addressed to your full name, your residence hall and room number, and the street address of your building.
The residence halls remain open during Fall Break, Thanksgiving Break and Spring Break. Typically, the upperclass residence halls are open during winter break for students returning for the spring semester.
Decisions about first and second year student winter break housing options will be made by October 2022.