2023-2024 Housing Selection Anticipated Schedule:

February 7-      Accessible Accommodation Pre-Assign Applications Open
February 7-      Special Interest Community Topic Proposal Application Open
February 7-     Woollcott Co-Op Applications Open
February 12-   Special Interest Community Topic Proposal Application DUE
February 17-    Individual Application for Special Interest Communities Open
February 26-   Accessible Accommodation Pre-Assign Applications DUE
February 26-   Individual Application for Special Interest Communities DUE
February 26-   Woollcott Co-Op Applications DUE
March 27-         Substance-Free Housing Selection Registration Open
March 30-        Substance-Free Housing Selection Registration DUE
March 31-         Substance-Free Housing Selection Times Released
April 3-              Substance-Free Housing Selection 
April 4-             6-Person Selection Registration Open
April 9-             6-Person Selection Registration DUE
April 10-           6-Person Selection Times Released
April 11-            6-Person Housing Selection
April 12-           3&4-Person Selection Registration Open
April 16-           3&4-Person Selection Registration DUE
April 17-           3&4-Person Selection Time Released
April 18-          3&4-Person Housing Selection
April 19-          Double/Single Roommate Group Formation Opens
April 23-          Double/Single Roommate Group Formation DUE
April 24-         Double/Single Selection Times Released
April 25-27-   Double/Single Selection 


In order to participate in Housing Selection, you must be eligible to register for classes for the upcoming fall semester AND your financial accounts must be clear. If either of these conditions is not met, you will not be able to select a room. If you have any questions regarding these requirements, please contact either the Registrar or the Business Office. If you do not clear your Business Office account by the time you return in August, you will not be issued a room key.

A Note About Housing Selection and COVID-19

We understand that the COVID-19 Pandemic will have many people thinking about how to safely live in a Residence Hall. Our goal is to help you live safely and peacefully in a shared, residential community by helping you complete roommate contracts that address shared health and safety in your space and by helping you with roommate conflicts around safety concerns. We believe our community can still thrive even in times of change and challenge, and that, in fact, this is one of the opportunities we have as a residential community. Please contact us with any concerns or questions.

Housing Selection Information

  • Any attempt to manipulate the housing selection process and/or change room assignments during or after Housing Selection is a severe policy violation.
  • In an effort to enable groups of students to live together, students can form roommate groups of up to 6 students who will then select housing together during the General Selection process.
  • All non-first year areas on campus are gender inclusive except Kirkland 2nd floor (women only) and Kirkland 1st floor (men only).
  • First-year spaces include Keehn, Major, Dunham (basement, 1st and 2nd floors and part of the 3rd floor), North, Glenview, Wallace Johnson and Wertimer.

  • Students planning to study off campus for the fall semester should not participate in Housing Selection. If you select a room in Housing Selection and then later decide to take a leave of absence, the space you selected will be given to another student through the fall housing wait list process.

  • If you are planning to study off campus for the spring 2024 semester, please tell your prospective roommates, as they will receive a new roommate for the spring semester once you leave. They will not be left in your selected room alone. 

  • When you select a room in Housing Selection, you have committed to that room for the entire academic year. All housing selections are final.


Contact Name

Residential Life

Office Location
Elihu Root House, 2nd Floor

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