Application Opens November 1
Know where you will live next Fall even faster this year! University Housing sign up process has been streamlined to allow students to begin selecting rooms as early as November 15.
Due to overwhelming response for continuing student housing for Fall 2023, we can no longer guarantee housing with completed applications. Please be advised that room selection begins on Nov. 15. Students are encouraged to complete applications with the understanding that rooms may become available once room selection opens but are not guaranteed at this time.
New Continuing Student Only Residence Halls
You asked for it and now we have continuing student only residence halls. Based on the feedback from our students, we are pleased to offer apartments for our continuing student population. Living on-campus has never been easier for continuing students. Students have the option from choosing from the popular East Quad to luxury living in Park Place. Check out the full list of continuing student only housing . Quads will be opened in the room selection process based on demand beginning with East Quad.
New Benefits of Continuing Students Living On-Campus
- Reduced upfront costs reduced application fees $150 to $100 this year
- No contractual obligation for continuing students until you select a room
- Know who will be in your apartment by selecting up-to 4 roommates
- Priority selection based on academic class
- Revised in building experience
- See all the benefits you will experience next Fall - coming soon
Continuing Student Application Process
See the step-by-step application process for Continuing Students. The application opens November 1, 2022 and room selection begins as early at November 15, 2022.
Priority for Room selection for Continuing Student Housing will go in the order below.
November 15 (MORNING) - HONORS - Priority for Honors College Residences Only
November 15 (AFTERNOON) - SENIORS
November 16 (MORNING) - JUNIORS
November 16 (AFTERNOON) - SOPHOMORES
November 17 - CURRENT FIRST YEAR STUDENTS
Get your questions about the continuing student application process today.