HOUSING INFORMATION FOR 2017-18
The LSA Honors Program’s 2017-18 South Quadrangle Residence Hall residential community sign-up will take place online. Please read the following information carefully. If you do not follow this procedure, you will not get a room in Honors Housing next year.
In 2017-18 Honors Housing will located in South Quad. We have reserved spaces in the following South Quad Houses: Frederick, Taylor, Hunt, and Bush. Single-gender and substance-free housing options are available in Frederick House. We plan to make Bush House (5th and 6th floors) our reserved space for returning Honors students (i.e. sophomores, juniors, and seniors), although we have also made selected singles in other houses available to returners. Returning students who follow the procedures outlined below will have the opportunity to select one of these reserved rooms, subject to the terms of the Housing registration process.
Note: Room configurations in South Quad have restricted the number of triples and quads - there are few available. Students hoping to sign up for a triple or quad should make backup plans in case they are not available.
Only students who are currently members of the Honors Program and in good standing are eligible for Honors Housing. Unfortunately, we are not able to grant exceptions to this policy.
Dates and deadlines:
Monday, January 9th (9:00 AM) - Wednesday, January 18th (11:59 pm): Housing Registration **REQUIRED**
You will need to indicate that you are planning to return to Housing by registering online via the Housing Sign-Up Page.
If you have a roommate request, you and your roommate must register requesting each other as roommates. Your roommate must also be in the Honors Program.
Thursday, January 9th: Roommate Finder Opens
The Housing Office’s Roommate Finder link will open for students who are seeking roommates. You will be able to log on, create your own profile and search the profiles of other students who plan to return to University Housing via the Sign-Up process. Remember that all students in Honors Housing, including roommates, must be in the Honors Program.
Go to the Housing Sign-Up Page and scroll to the bottom of the page at “Need a Roommate?”
Wednesday, January 18th (11:59 pm): Registration Closes, Sign-Up Time Slots Emailed
Registration closes for Honors Housing self-selection.
Tuesday, January 24th (11:59 pm): Sign-Up Time Slots Emailed
You will receive an email from University Housing detailing final instructions and your time slot for the room self-selection process. Your time slot will be determined by the number of semesters you have lived in University Housing.
Thursday, January 26th: Room Selection and Contracts **REQUIRED**
At your designated time slot, go to the website indicated in your appointment email and select your room for 2017-18.
Select your meal plan, review your housing contract, and submit the contract online. The contract must be submitted online by 11:59 PM on January 26th. Failure to submit the contract before this deadline will result in your room selection being released.
Roommates must each submit their own housing contracts independently.
Wednesday, March 8th: Late Sign-Up for University Housing
If you miss any of the above deadlines, you will need to follow the Housing Office’s procedures for late sign-up starting on March 8th. We do not have reserved rooms in Honors Housing for late sign-up. Honors students signing up for housing in this period will be in the general University Housing pool and subject to those policies and restrictions. Consult the Housing Office’s Late Sign-Up Page for more details.
Honors students currently living off-campus wishing to move to Honors Housing in 2017-2018 will apply like all other students living off-campus on March 8th, 2017. Consult the Housing Office’s Late Sign-Up Page for more details.
If you are an Honors student wanting to live on campus but not in Honors Housing next year, you will need to follow the directions on the Housing Office’s Sign-Up Page.
Please email Gayle Green, Honors Housing Coordinator, with room assignment problems or other housing questions.