Information about the availability of on-campus housing for current residents for the 2017-2018 Academic Year will be emailed to students via their Crimson email accounts. Housing is not guaranteed for students who are not incoming freshmen or do not have a housing scholarship which must be used on campus. Demand for campus housing will exceed supply. Students who are eligible to live on campus for the 2017-2018 Academic Year will be notified with instructions to complete the entire application process by submitting the contract, application fee and prepayment in mid-February via Crimson email, and they should be prepared to pay their $300.00 housing application fee and prepayment within the next week.
No, your housing contract is for the entire academic year. If you live on campus in the fall, you should not reapply for the spring. Also, you may leave your belongings in your room during Winter Break. Because your housing contract is for the entire year, you will not be released from your contract to move off campus or to move into Greek housing during the academic year.
Information about the availability of on-campus housing for current residents for the 2017-2018 Academic Year will be emailed to students via their Crimson email accounts.
Online room selection for current campus residents who are allowed to complete a housing application for 2017/2018 will begin in late March. Students who complete the deposit by the deadline will be able to participate in room selection. Additional details regarding returner room selection will be available in February 2017 and will be sent to the Crimson email accounts of those current students who have a completed 2017/2018 application.
You can pull in a roommate if your potential roommate 1) completed the recontracting process and is eligible for campus housing and 2) is eligible for the same community as you are. For example, if you are eligible for the business community in Friedman Hall but your roommate is not in C&BA, you cannot pull that student in as your roommate.
In order to pull in a roommate, the roommate request must be mutual and confirmed.
No. Housing and Residential Communities tries to accommodate students returning to campus housing, but demand will exceed supply. HRC will not allow you to pay your application fee and prepayment in the spring if there is no housing available. If you wish to explore off-campus options, please visit our Off-Campus Resources website.
The demand for campus housing has grown over the last few years with the growth in enrollment of each freshman class, while the overall number of bed spaces on campus has decreased. The Freshman Residency Requirement for incoming freshmen has also increased the demand for on-campus housing.
More information about eligibility for each residence hall will be available here in November 2016. You will also receive this information via Crimson email before recontracting begins in January.
Please check with HRC to help you determine exactly where you can live next year, before you submit your contract, application fee and prepayment, because once you have signed the contract, you are expected to live on campus the next year.
If you change your mind about living on campus for another year after completing your recontracting application, you can receive a refund of your $275.00 prepayment by cancelling with HRC by May 1, 2017. Students who cancel their on-campus housing between May 2 and June 1 will receive a refund of $175.00. To submit a cancellation request, please fill out the form online.
Once you move in for the academic year, the only reason we will cancel your contract is for withdrawal from school; graduation; marriage; study abroad; or internship/student teaching/coop. Moving into an apartment, or into a sorority or fraternity house, is not grounds for contract cancellation. Those with valid reasons to request a contract cancellation must do so before the deadline designated by HRC; those requests should be submitted through the online form.
Housing contracts last from move-in, in August, through the end of the spring semester, in May. The only reason we will cancel your contract is for withdrawal from school; graduation; marriage; study abroad; or internship/student teaching/coop. Moving into an apartment, or into a sorority or fraternity house, is not grounds for contract cancellation. Those with valid reasons to request a contract cancellation must do so before the deadline designated by HRC; those requests should be submitted through the online form.
If more students apply for housing by the application deadline than there is space available, interested students will be placed on a waiting list for housing and accommodated in housing as space becomes available at a later date. Students who have housing scholarships that only pay for on-campus housing will not be removed from the recontracting process, but these students must adhere to all HRC application deadlines and must pay the $300.00 housing deposit.
HRC will try to accommodate your medical need, but the request, along with documentation of your condition via Medical Accommodation Request Form, must be submitted by February 1, 2017 for the 2017/2018 academic year. All medical requests will then be reviewed by committee to determine whether the request will be granted or not. If granted, students must also meet all application and payment deadlines in order to be eligible for housing.
HRC will accommodate your need for housing, if you have a housing scholarship that only pays for on-campus housing, but you must still meet all HRC application deadlines and you must pay the $300.00 housing deposit. If your on-campus housing scholarship is provided by a non-UA entity, please contact HRC to notify staff about the scholarship by February 1, 2017.