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COVID-19 Update: On-campus housing capacity will be reduced by 31 percent due to the conversion of many multi-occupancy rooms to single occupancy.

Rooms on campus in traditional residence halls, and apartments with community bathrooms, will be assigned as singles to reduce on-campus population density and to support social distancing. On-campus housing assignments will be based upon timely receipt of application submissions as well as requests for special accommodations. I urge you to visit our online housing application page on the University website ASAP.

For rooms with more than one occupant, social distancing configurations, which may include the placement of dividers, will be put into place.

To accommodate the need for additional housing space, the University is contracting externally to secure additional space at nearby hotels (Sheraton) and apartment buildings.

While students will not be asked to vacate the residence halls at the conclusion of the face-to-face instruction in November (though it is recommended), any student wishing to vacate his/her residence is free to do so. Please note that no refunds will be issued to students electing to vacate campus housing at the end of face-to-face instruction.


The Office of Residence Life continues to confirm housing assignments until capacity is reached. Applicants who submit applications after capacity is reached will be completing the waitlist application. The application is available on the housing system website

You will not pay the $200 application fee when you submit the wait list application. However, at the time of being assigned, you will be notified that the $200 application fee will need to be paid prior to receiving your assignment.  

(Residence Life & Housing > Housing System)

Last updated: 2020-06-22 09:45 AM 2284-1540860
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