As a current freshman, you have the option of choosing your living accommodations for your upcoming sophomore year. As a reminder, all freshmen and sophomores are required to live in university housing unless they are living at home with a parent or legal guardian. Students who wish to apply for commuter exemption should reach out to the Housing Office for more information. Please note: students subject to the residency requirement who do not choose a space during the room selection process will be assigned to a residence hall space during the summer and billed for room and board.
There are two processes available for rising sophomores:
A unique residential community experience where a healthy living and sustainability framework is provided for 20 students. Rogers House focuses on residents and programming that prioritizes balanced living, exercise and nutrition, rest and relaxation, sustainability, and substance-free living. The application can be completed online through the Housing Portal.
Freshmen Room Selection
The majority of the freshmen class will participate in the Room Selection Process. Students will have the opportunity to register in groups of 1, 2, 3 or 4 online through their Housing Portal. Groups will be given a randomly selected time slot to choose a space in one of the four upper-class buildings: McCoy Hall, Charles Commons, Bradford Apartments, and Homewood Apartments. Feel free to use our PDF Document: Room Selection Worksheet to assist you in the planning process for the Freshmen Room Selection. More information about the buildings including floor plans and virtual tours can be found on the Buildings and Rates page.
Current Sophomores & Upper-Class Students
Due to space limitations, we are unable to provide university housing for upper-class students. It’s critical for you to research your off-campus housing options for next year.