New Admit Assignments
- Accommodation Requests are assigned first.
Learning Community (LC) preferences are considered second.
- Most LCs have eligibility requirements you must meet to be considered.
- If you have selected an LC and also indicated a roommate request, your roommate request will be considered only if space is available, the request is mutual and your roommate is also eligible for and has preferenced the same LC.
Roommate Requests are considered third and the earliest contract date determines priority for the group.
- Roommate requests must be mutual (by giving your personal code to the other person, you are requesting each other) and you must all be eligible for the same type of housing.
- Your Room Preferences will guide us in making your assignment, but your assignment may be anywhere your roommate request can be accommodated.
- If you preference a Single Room, you will only be considered for a single if we can't accommodate your Roommate Request.
Room Preferences are considered fourth.
- Please list all twelve preferences! If you list fewer and we can't accommodate you in those preferences, we will have to make our best guess as to your assignment.
- While it varies yearly, some of the most popular options, such as Eaton, Friley, Maple and Martin Halls, fill with early contract dates, often as early as August. You should preference at least one option outside of these areas
- Single rooms are very limited and not everyone who requests a single room receives one.
- Only 25% of our residence hall space is air-conditioned so the majority of residents live in non-A/C buildings.
How do I make a roommate request? If you are submitting your contract via AccessPlus, you AND your roommate request MUST each get your roommate number code from AccessPlus and then share them with one another. One of you must enter the other's codes into your housing contract. If you are completing your contract via paper, you may make a roommate request in the appropriate space on your contract.
- For FALL, we start sending notifications the week of June 1. Not every student will have an assignment by June 1, so we will continue to send out postcards throughout the summer. Some students may not know their assignments until late July.
- For SPRING, we start sending notifications the third week of December.
I don't have an assignment yet - will I have a place to stay? The DOR is committed to making assignments for all newly admitted students who want to live on-campus. We make new student assignments starting in late May and continuing throughout the summer. We continue to assign spaces to contracted people using the date the completed contract was received. We assign contracted students to spaces we get through cancellations. Keep checking AccessPlus.