Living at Harding

VCU is committed to a safe, on-campus experience for students for Fall Our goal is to house as many new students as possible and are investigating all potential avenues to provide housing. We are continuing to determine the safest way to house students on-campus, keeping in mind guidance from the CDC and the state of Virginia. However, if housing availability is impacted by restrictions due to COVID and we are not able to offer you a space on campus, you will be notified and your housing prepayment will be fully refunded. We typically make assignments for incoming students in early July. We will be providing continuous updates as we work on solidifying our housing options for this academic year. Welcome to Residential Life and Housing! There is no better way to become immersed in the VCU experience, meet your academic goals, and experience a lifestyle that allows for personal exploration and development. Living on-campus allows a special inter-connectedness with fellow students and the larger University community.

Frequently Asked Questions

We are committed to the health and safety of our community. Residence halls for first-year students include Susan B. Students who would like to change their room assignment after the housing lottery has closed must submit a room change request.

Fall Semester In the table below regarding the Fall semester, the left column displays semester dates, and the right column displays events occurring​.

Congratulations to JMU24! The Office of Residence Life welcomes all incoming first year students! All first year students are required to live in university residence halls for the entirety of their first academic year at James Madison University fall and spring semesters. First year students that join JMU in the spring will be housed only for the spring semester. Exceptions to the first year residency requirement may be made for:.

Requests for exceptions must be made in writing to the Housing Office. Visiting this system, students will be able to sign a housing contract, select a meal plan and form a Roommate Group. Students can access the Online Housing System within 24—48 hours of paying their admissions deposit.

Arrival/Departure Dates

This calendar may be amended as necessary to meet University requirements. Academic dates listed below are for convenience only. Universal Access Toggle Universal Access.

Move-In Times and Dates. Moving-In. First-Year Move-In. Residence Hall Move-In/Move-Out Dates and Times.

Welcome to our residential community! In a university, students learn as much outside the classroom as they do within it. Much of that outside-the-classroom learning will happen right here, in the experience as a resident in University of Maine System housing. In order to safely return students to campus and in particular into University housing, additional policies related to the COVID pandemic and reflective of current medical and safer operation guidance have been implemented for the residence halls, apartments, and all other university housing.

The University intends to deliver its mission while promoting the health and safety of its students and employees, and minimizing to the extent possible the potential spread of the disease within the campus community. This is vital in order for all students to remain on campus attending classes, labs, and activities. University Housing will honor the decision of any residential student who decides to forego living on campus with no financial penalty if notification is received at least 14 days prior to the start of the semester.

Contact University Housing at: As needed, additional updates, guidance, and policies will be distributed to residential students. The University will notify and make available any such required training to all residential students in a timely fashion.

Occupancy Dates

The Office of Housing and Residence Life’s mission is to foster an inclusive community which inspires lifelong learning, responsible living and academic success. Through our mission, Housing and Residence Life cultivates an atmosphere which supports: identity development, self-empowerment, intellectual pursuit, celebration of diversity, interpersonal skills and meaningful connections. Approximately spaces are provided for undergraduate students.

Salisbury University has a two-year residency requirement for all freshmen and sophomore students. Freshmen students beginning in the fall semester are required to live on campus for four semesters and students beginning in the spring semester live on campus for three semesters. At the end of the first year of on-campus residence, students may request an exemption based on the following criteria:.

News and Important Dates. COVID Residence Hall Resources. We encourage you to continue to monitor the Marquette University Coronavirus website and.

Not sure if you need a form or which form s you might need? Stop by and see us during office hours Monday – Friday, 8 a. Not able to visit the office? Give us a call at or email us at residence. You can also mail hard copies of the documents to: Office of Residence Life, P. SaintLeo Alumni. Talk to us today:

Residence Halls

Your life on campus begins with a housing contract. Watch a series of tutorial videos to help you complete your contract on the Housing Contracting Portal. The sooner you complete your contract, the more likely you are to live exactly where you want. It’s important to know the deadlines for the five phases of the University Housing contract. Pay attention to this calendar of key dates so you’ll know when to visit the Housing Contracting Portal and update your information.

Find out exactly how much your single or double room will cost when you live on campus.

All first year students are required to live in university residence halls for the entirety of to help first year students with the transition from high school to college? Each year we are able to house approximately 35% of the sophomore class, building location and room number, roommate information and move-in date.

Additionally, reducing building density will allow our facilities staff to scale up their cleaning and sanitizing routines in the common spaces of the residence halls, all of which are designed to meet or exceed CDC guidelines. Please note this change does not impact students selecting to live in University Heights College Suites.

Residence halls are more than just places to live! Both the individual student and school community are enriched by the growth and development that emerge from this distinctive aspect of the Sage environment. The Office of Residence Life is dedicated to providing all Russell Sage College students with a safe and healthy campus environment through providing services orientated to promote:.

Russell Sage College is committed to the values and benefits of residential living in the college experience, especially as they relate to first and second year students. Living on campus provides students with opportunities to make connections to each other, faculty, staff, and the campus community. At Russell Sage College, all full-time first year and sophomore students as defined by credit hour , live in campus residence halls unless you live with parents, guardian s or a spouse.

Russell Sage College offers intentionally designed residential programs on both the Albany and Troy campuses, accessible to all undergraduate students. F irst-year students are housed on the campus where their academic program is located to more easily access their classes, study sessions, library, and lab facilities. Special consideration regarding housing placement may also be given to students with academic-adjacent needs regarding housing assignments HEOP, student athletes, internships, etc.

Thanksgiving Break. Students are able to remain on campus during Thanksgiving Break if they wish to complete their semester in-person.

Residence Life

Here you can find the various housing options available in and around Harding’s campus, see important dates you will need to know about and download the Residence Life handbook to be looking over. Residence Life Handbook. Resident Assistant Application. Packing List. Please provide your address and your graduation month and year.

Semester Move-In Dates; Move-in Essentials (suggested packing list) To provide ease of access and reduce traffic congestion, sign up for your arrival date and time through the eHousing Move-in Sign Up. We Chat live at www.​ • FAQs at · ‹ Coordinate before move in up. Top.

Full-time students living on campus during their first year with a housing guarantee have the opportunity for continued guaranteed housing. If students satisfy all housing application and deadline requirements in each successive year, they will receive guaranteed housing. If a student misses any housing deadline or requirement in any year, the housing guarantee is automatically revoked.

Once the guarantee is revoked, it cannot be reinstated for any reason. Most students entering the University of Pittsburgh are guaranteed on-campus housing for their first three years. This guarantee is provided if students meet housing application and deposit deadlines each year.

University Housing Dates

The Department of Housing and Residence Life requires that resident students move-out of the residence halls within 24 hours after their last academic commitment is completed at the end of the Spring semester. Please be aware that any residents found in violation of any Residence Hall or College policy once classes end will be removed from the residence halls immediately.

We ask that bins not be checked out for more than an hour at a time to allow others to use them. In order to borrow a bin, you must bring a MassArt or government-issued ID.

Upperclassmen are not guaranteed housing however they are encouraged to For more detailed information including dates, events and frequently asked.

For pictures of our residence hall rooms see the floor plans and gallery. Most campus tours throughout the year provide a tour of a double room as well as the rest of the campus. For information on planning trips and setting up a tour of the campus check out our page about visiting Seattle University. Bring: Sheets XL are recommended , blankets and comforter, pillow and pillowcase, mattress pad if needed , towels, hangers, desk lamp, alarm clock, laundry bag.

For questions or concerns about your ability to make payments and learn how to go about paying your bill, contact SFS at financialservices seattleu. To discuss the meaning behind certain housing related charges, contact our office at housing seattleu. No, the University does not provide any on campus storage options due to our various events, cleaning of facilities, and high occupancy over the summer. Students can look at any local options for storage, but there are 2 nearby recommended options:.

Students under the age of 21 or with roommates under the age of 21 may not possess, consume, furnish, manufacture, sell, exchange or otherwise distribute alcohol.

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