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 Returning Student Housing Form before 11:59 P.M. Monday, March 20, 2017.
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 27, in Marbeck Center AB. Once you have chosen your room, you must fill out the Returning Student Housing Form within 24 hours or the room will be forfeited.
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.
All students wanting to live in a triple must attend Room Draw 9:30 P.M. MONDAY, MARCH 27, IN MARBECK CENTER AB. There are a limited number of triple rooms that can house three individuals. Once you have chosen a triple, all three residents will need to fill out the housing agreement. 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. The price for super singles has been cut significantly and there will be more of them available next year. Each floor in each hall will have an option to designate a super single room. The cost is $650 a semester on top of the regular room rate (half from previous years.) Rooms will be decided by class seniority (like the other room draw processes). If you are interested in having a super single, please attend the super single room draw on Monday, March 27, in the Commons A & B room. Students are strongly encouraged to have a backup plan in the event they do not receive a single room.