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Room Selection 2014-2015

Pull-in passwords can be set at any time; however, room choices can only be made between 11 am and 7 pm each day.

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT CONTRACT SIGNING - You will be eligible to sign your housing contract (and select a meal plan) for 2014-2015 after 7:30 pm on the night you are placed. For example, if you retain your room on Thursday, April 3, you will receive an email that night instructing you on how to sign your contract. It will not be instantaneous. 

 

Please make sure you are using Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox before attempting to log in to the room selection site.

Enter Room Selection Site 

The room selection site is now closed. Students who did not select during their allotted time can come to the Housing Office in Oak Glen to fill out a Housing Choice form and be placed on the wait list.

 

 

Monday, March 31 - (1:30 pm) Students are now eligible to set pull-in passwords. This is for students with an assigned room selection ranking number. Your pull-in password needs to be set before the person pulling you in logs in to select a space. 

Tuesday, April 1 - Students who currently live in thematic areas AND who have filled out the thematic application for next year may be eligible to retain their rooms and pull in other thematic students. These thematic areas include Grad/Law, Honors, Substance Awareness, and Quiet Housing. Students who are eligible to participate in thematic housing have received a separate email informing them of their status.

Wednesday, April 2 - Students who filled out the thematic application for next year are eligible to select rooms in approved thematic areas. These thematic areas include Grad/Law, Honors, Substance Awareness, Quiet Housing, Sophomore Nursing/Engineering, Sophomore Substance Awareness, and Sophomore Quiet. Students who are eligible to participate in thematic housing have received a separate email informing them of their status.

Thursday, April 3 - Students who wish to retain their bedspace may be eligible to do so. Please note that students are retaining their bedspace - if a student is in room 1441-A and wants to move to 1441-D, that cannot be done through room retention.

Friday, April 4 - Students who retained on April 3 are eligible to pull in roommates. The roommate(s) room selection ranking numbers must be less than 1800 to be pulled in to spaces in the Cedar Dell or Woodland apartment areas.

Tuesday, April 8 - General room selection, day 1.

Wednesday, April 9 - General room selection, day 2.

Thursday, April 10 - Students who selected a room over the previous two days are eligible to pull in students with room selection ranking numbers greater than 1800. 

Friday, April 11 - Final day of general room selection.

 

 

 Room Selection Schedule 2014-2015. This will tell you when you can select rooms, retain rooms, or pull in roommates.

Nonretainable Room List 2014-2015 This is the list of rooms that cannot be retained during the room retention periods on April 1 or April 3.

 

If you are unsure about how to actually complete any of the steps for room selection (pull-in passwords, retention, etc.), please see our How-To page for both video and text-based guides.

 

 

 

Any prepayment made after March 5, 2014, is considered a late prepayment. Students with late prepayments are not allowed to participate in room selection, including being pulled in by students who DID put in on-time payments. Students who who pay late should initiate their housing prepayment, then come to the Housing Office with a copy of their receipt for further instruction. While students making late prepayments will NOT be allowed to participate in the online room selection process - once again, including being pulled in by other students - the late payers will go on a list to be assigned a space as one comes available after the online process is complete.

For the 2014-2015 academic year, Willow Hall will be switching from full-size beds to extra-long twin beds. This is part of the Housingwide plan to use only one size bed, which will enable us to purchase mattresses and fixtures in bulk. The only remaining halls with full-size beds will be Aspen Hall and Ivy Hall. Every other hall will have extra-long twin beds. 

 

 

NOTE: The deadline for requesting ADA Accommodations for returning students was February 14. Students interested in ADA Accommodations for the 2014-2015 academic year need to follow the ADA procedure listed here. Students who need accommodations should turn in ADA paperwork, then go through the housing room selection process as normal. If the selected room does not meet the need for accommodations, the student may be moved over the summer.

NOTE: Thematic housing applications were available in the Housing Office beginning Thursday, March 6. Students wishing to take part in Upperclass Honors Housing (in Hickory Hall) need to be current active members of the Honors program, and put in their prepayment appropriately between February 18 and March 3, needed to fill out the Thematic Housing Application by March 14 . Students wishing to take part in Upperclass Quiet, Substance Aware, or Grad/Law housing need to put in their prepayment appropriately between February 18 and March 3, and fill out the Thematic Housing Application by March 14. If the thematic application was not completed by Friday, March 14, the student is not allowed to participate in thematic selection, retention, or pull-in. These students will participate in general housing selection.

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