In Residence Life & Housing, we are committed to working toward the success of all students. As families, parents and guardians of students, you are our partners in our efforts to provide service, support and an educational experience to students.
We welcome contact from parents and family members who wish to discuss problems. Our most common calls and emails are from families concerned about their student's social adjustment to college. We also receive numerous contacts from families expressing concern about roommate, suitemate or floor mate issues.
This page provides links that connect you with resources to assist your student and information that may be useful.
As we work together, it is helpful to be aware of the following:
We are very invested in the experience of your student and invite you to work with us in this endeavor!
For regular updates, we encourage you to subscribe to our Family Blog.
Current upper division students, transfers with >30 credits and Associate in Arts students should apply for 2017-2018 housing through September 1 - 29, 2017 to ensure that they are guaranteed housing for next year!
You are welcome to join us on Parents & Family Weekend for a tour of Upper Division Housing locations.
Visit the Housing Tour for complete information about your student's residence hall and for a link to see the room diagram and amenities for the room.
Includes information about University break periods, along with when and how to apply for break stay options, policies and costs.
Which buildings are First-Year buildings? Upper Division? Where are communities located? What housing options are available in which buildings? Find the answers on our Building Information page.
Learn more about how students can get involved in their communities. An involved student is a successful student.
Introduction to My Housing Portal
My Housing portal is a student's one-stop shop for housing assignment needs. This quick introduction explains the basics of logging in and applications and forms within the portal.
Living Learning Experiences & Other Housing Options
Living Learning Communities (LLCs) provide the opportunity for students to become part of a unique experience with programs and facilities to advance the interests of the community members. The Other Housing Options page details additional communities available to residents.