For Easy Instructions on Filing out this information, please review the Housing Application Video Tutorial below. The Preference information is included in the application.
Click the link for a video tutorial.
In order to help match you with a roommate, you will be asked to complete some personal preferences as part of the online housing application process, such as sleep time, study habits, and organizational behavior. Please complete these preferences, even if you are planning to request a roommate.
Living Preferences (optional)
Please note that as a first-year student, you are not able to preference a particular residence hall or a particular room. You are, however, able to preference a room type and a living-learning community.
Within the online housing application process, you will have the opportunity to preference a particular room type: a standard double room (majority of class), a single room (limited number available), and a triple room (limited number available). For rooms with limited availability, room assignments will be based on date and time of completion of the housing agreement.
The Office of Residence Life is pleased to continue our two living-learning community options for first-year students this year. You will be able to preference one of these living-learning communities during the online housing application process:
STEM Living-Learning Community (Campion Hall): Students who are planning to pursue majors in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Math, or Physics will be able to preference living with other STEM majors. Living-learning community members will be able to take advantage of faculty interactions and study sessions in the hall as well as other specialized opportunities for STEM majors.
Honors, Arrupe, and Leadership Living-Learning Community (Campion Hall): Students who are members of the Honors, Arrupe, or Leadership programs will have the option of living together in community. For the 2018-2019 academic year, the living-learning community will have members of all three programs on the same floor. Living-learning community members will have specialized programming and have opportunities for faculty interaction outside of class.