- Do I have to live with a roommate?
The majority of our on-campus housing options are for double occupancy. If space is available, students may request a private room during the third week of the semester.
- Can I choose my roommate?
All students are encouraged to choose their desired roommates. Students, who have identified a roommate, may request each other on their housing contact. The office of Residence Life will approve the request as long as both students have requested each other, and space is available.
- When will I find out who my roommate(s) are?
Roommate pairings take place in July for all students who have completed the housing contracting process and submitted a roommate questionnaire. Roommate pairings will be sent electronically, and will include the roommate’s contract information.
- Do I have to have a meal plan?
Yes, all residential students are required to have a meal plan. The University believes that a meal plan is an essential part of health and wellness, and building community.
- How does the university ensure student safety in the residence halls?
All residential facilities include paraprofessional and professional live-on staff, who are trained in emergency response. All residential communities are monitored and patrolled by University Police and Residence Life.
- Why does Residence Life require a $300 Security Deposit?
The $300 (refundable) security deposit is required to reserve a space on campus, and to cover incidentals during the year.
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