Upper-level and transfer students who contract after 8 a.m. Monday, June 7 will be put on a waitlist.
University Housing encourages all students to be vaccinated against the COVID-19 pandemic, but it is not a requirement to live on campus.
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Phase 4 — Room Selection
Phase 3 — Roommate Selection
Phases 1 and 2 — Online Contract and Preferences
Students with disabilities may need special accommodations in order to have full and integrated access to on-campus housing.
Examples of housing accommodations include, but are not limited to:
- ADA compliant rooms
- Single-occupancy rooms
- Non-communal restroom
- Room and furniture modifications
- Meal-plan modifications
- Assistance animals
Housing and dining accommodations must be reasonable and relate to the students' disability and address their functional limitations.
The Center for Educational Access (CEA), University Housing and Dining Services work closely together to ensure accommodation needs are appropriately implemented for students with disabilities living on campus.
To initiate a request for housing and/or dining accommodations, please contact the CEA.