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Housing Selection



Housing Contracts and Meal Plans are due by May 12th.

To complete the contract and select a meal plan, log into Residence.  
• Forgot your password? Click the “forgot password link” and clear your web browser’s cache.
• Click on the 2014-2015 Meal Plan and Contract, complete the information, and submit the form.

For questions about where to live, please view the resources below.


Which residence halls will be open during breaks and holidays for the
2014-2015 academic year?

St. Joseph
Mal Brown
Suites (Odd Side) 

Please remember, to be considered for break housing, you must complete the break housing request
form, meet specific criteria that is designated for each break, and receive approval for your request
from the Office of Residence Life.
  Specific criteria for each break is posted on the Residence Life website
prior to each break and holiday.  Students who are generally eligible for break housing include:

• Athletes on an athletic team in season
• Student Teachers
• International Students
• Students whose home state is an extreme distance
• Students who are employed on campus (supervisor and department must be included on request)
•Students who are completing an academic-based internship for credit (internship site and hours must be included on request)

Things to Consider...

Housing selection can be a stressful time for many students.  Often the choice of roommates and types of housing an be difficult.  Please click on the link below for more information on getting to know your potential roommates, last minute room changes, living on campus vs. off-campus, and rejection is real - know your housing options.

What are my chances of getting my first choice?

The information below outlines the number of groups that applied for each type of housing last year
(2013-2014) and how many groups ended up in their first choice.





For questions about the Housing Selection Process, please contact the Office of Residence Life (105 Slavin)
or email















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