Join the 2014 room selection process.
- Wait List and Reinstatement Information.
- Now accepting Opt Out requests.
- Block application deadline - 5:00pm - Thursday, March 20
- Same Room Sign-up - 8:00am - 5:00pm, March 24 & 25 - Residence Life, Campus Center 212.
- Overcrowd room selection - 5:30pm, Monday, March 31 - Campus Center 212.
- New for room selection 2014 most of the rooms in Bryan Complex basements will be available to select as single rooms and all the triple apartments in Ludwell will change to double apartments.
All eligible upper-class students who wish to live on campus during the upcoming academic year must join the Room Selection Process.
Housing for incoming freshmen is managed by a different process ... don't worry. We'll be in touch.
You must be a currently enrolled, full-time undergraduate student for the spring semester 2014 or be readmitted for the fall 2014 semester by February 14, 2014 (contact the Dean of Students regarding readmission). If you are currently in campus housing you cannot have any outstanding damage charges with Residence Life.
Step 1: Your Room Reservation Deposit
To join the Room Selection Process you need to pay the $200 non-refundable Room Reservation Deposit. This applies to all students interested in participating in any part of the housing selection process.
Step 2: Prepare for Selection
Many factors will come into play as you prepare to complete the room selection process. Take some time to carefully select roommates (or not) and research your rooming options, learn about time blocks, and how a variety of factors such as opting out and the wait list may affect your final rooming selection. Curious what your chances are for getting into Tribe Square? Check out past year stats.
Step 3: Online Room Selection
Learn what to expect from online room selection before the beginning of your time block. Do you need to create a Roommate Group in the housing system? Do you need to all log in together? What if you don't have a time block? Find out. Knowing what to expect from the system is key to reducing your stress.