Single and triple rooms

If you are currently in a single or triple and want to live in the same room next year, you must reserve your room by filling out the online housing/meal plan/parking agreement form before 4 p.m. Monday, March 30, 2015.

If you would like to live in a single or triple next year, but do not currently live in one, there will be an in-person room draw at 9:30 p.m. Monday, March 30, 2015, in Marbeck Center AB. All roommates must be present in order to choose a triple. Once a room has been chosen, all roommates must file out the online housing/meal plan/parking agreement form within 24 hours or the room will be forfeited.

Singles 

There are a limited number of single rooms available on campus. Single rooms are smaller rooms that are designed to house only one individual. Because of a limited number of single rooms on campus, it is likely that all individuals seeking a single room will not be accommodated. Students are strongly encouraged to have a backup plan in the event they do not receive a single room.  

Triples

There are a limited number of triple rooms that can house three individuals. Students are strongly encouraged to have a backup plan in the event they do not receive a triple. 

Super Singles: doubles as single rooms

A super single is a standard size room that has only one person living in it. If space is available, super single rooms are available at a higher cost - approximately one and one-half the cost of a traditional double room.