We assign rooms on a first-come, first-served basis. Some students apply as early as October to get a room for the following fall. The sooner you apply, the better your chance of getting the space you want.
Please keep in mind that there are a limited number of single rooms. You may request one, but if one is not available, we will assign you a double room. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on a waitlist for a single room.
Living in residence offers a unique experience to grow as a student and as a community member. Often students find that once they move into their assigned room, even if it was not their first choice, it is where they want to stay.
Room switches and changes are now available for the 2021-22 academic year. Students wishing to switch rooms must print and complete the Room Switch Request Form (PDF) and drop it off to the Residence Life Office (emailed forms or forms handed in to RAs will not be accepted). Blank forms are also available in the Residence Life Office. Room switches will not be granted within the first two weeks and last two weeks of the academic term, and may be delayed generally due to the ongoing challenges associated with COVID-19.
Students who were on the single room wait list this summer will maintain their wait list position for available single rooms, but must still complete and submit the Room Switch Request Form to indicate their continued interest.
Please note that we do not expect to be able to accommodate all requests, as rooms are still limited. We recommend choosing as many options as possible to have the best chance at receiving a room switch.
If you have any questions about the process, please contact the Residence Life office at email@example.com.
We are pleased to accommodate your preferences but there may have been factors that prevented this:
1. If your preferred roommate paid his/her deposit much earlier than you, and indicated they wanted a single room, they may have been assigned to a single.
2. If your preferred roommate paid much later than you, there may have been others on the list ahead of them and they would have been given preference.
3. Your preferred roommate may not have identified you as the preferred roommate on his/her application.
We would be happy to place you and your preferred roommate on a waitlist to receive a double room together. You will both need to email firstname.lastname@example.org before we can proceed with your request.