Current Students

Current First-Year Students

As a reminder, all first-year and sophomore students are required to live in university housing unless they are living at home with a parent or legal guardian. Students subject to the residency requirement who do not complete a housing application will be assigned to a residence hall space during the summer and billed for room and board.

Students who are eligible for a Commuter Exemption should apply via the Housing Portal starting at 12:00pm EST on Wednesday, May 26th through 11:59pm on Sunday, June 13th. Questions regarding eligibility should be directed to Rebekah McMillan at housing@jhu.edu or 410-516-7960.

Students will have the option to participate in one of two assignment processes for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Rogers House

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. To learn more about Rogers House and hear what previous residents have to say, check out this video!

The Rogers House application will be available on the Housing Portal starting at 12:00pm EST on Wednesday, May 26th through 11:59pm on Monday, May 31st. All applications to Rogers House will be reviewed by Residential Life, and those who are approved will be assigned to an available space. Any student not approved to reside in Rogers House will be required to complete our general housing application.

General Housing Assignment

For the upcoming year, students will have the opportunity to register in groups of 1, 2, 3, or 4. The application will be available on the Housing Portal starting at 12:00pm EST on Wednesday, June 2nd through 11:59pm on Wednesday, June 23rd.

Similar to the spring 2021 semester, groups will be assigned via our auto-allocation process to spaces in one of the four upper-class buildings: McCoy Hall, Charles Commons, Bradford Apartments, and Homewood Apartments.

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. Please reach out to Off-Campus Housing to explore your housing options for the 2021-2022 academic year.