The room selection process was designed to give current students the first opportunity to request a room. Determined by the evaluation of cumulative credit hours and generation of random numbers, student applications will be processed in draw number order within each phase. Current students will be given a chance to choose where they would like to live via the web site. New students are assigned based on deposit date and housing application preferences.
The Residence Life Office reserves the right to (1) assign applicants to available spaces; (2) alter any assignment at any time in instances of administrative or conduct action; (3) deny the privilege of housing to any student who has demonstrated behavior which significantly disrupts the residential environment; (4) alter any assignment of any student who has failed to meet the minimum GPA requirement.
The student housing reapplication process begins early in the spring semester when students who request special permission to live in specific on- or off-campus housing assignments make these special requests to the Residence Life Office.
The student housing reapplication process begins the week after spring break, when student receive an email containing instructions for the reapplication process along with their draw number. The draw number represents a student’s order in the housing process, with 1 being the first person assigned, followed by 2, etc. The number is based on your classification at the end of the Fall semester with freshmen being assigned a number between 4000-4999, sophomores assigned numbers between 3000-3999, juniors being assigned a number between 2000-2999, and seniors being assigned numbers between 1000-1999. A student’s draw number within their class’s range is random.