Below are several changes to the housing selection process. Please keep checking this website as more information will be posted as we get closer to the process!
Housing Option Changes
While we do not have neighborhoods that are entirely one class, students will be housed generally in the following manner for fall 2014:
o First-years: Historic, Colonnades, Global
o Sophomores: Danieley Flats and Apartments
o Juniors: Oaks/Station at Mill Point
o Seniors: Station at Mill Point
Students must log onto Ontrack to sign their housing agreement before registering for housing.
The Station at Mill Point will have a seperate sign up process before the other phases. Students who currently reside in the Station at Mill Point and wish to return will sign up on February 26. Other rising juniors and seniors who wish to live at the Station at Mill Point will sign up February 27.
If you are a rising junior or senior and are not able to/ do not wish to secure a space at the Station at Mill Point and you currently reside on campus, you can return to your same space in Phase One March 3-4.
All 5 buildings in the Global Neighborhood will be open in the fall of 2014. This neighborhood will house primarily first-year students with the exception of some upperclass students in learning communities and other leadership roles.
Transfer students must provide proof that they lived on campus at another institution in order to receive a point for that semester.
The Crest will be offered as expanded housing for juniors/seniors and sophomores. Those current expanding housing students who do not wish to continue in expanded housing may make plans to move to another assignment or simply move off campus to another complex. Current residence hall students may apply for spots at the Crest during Phase Two or be "pulled in" in Phase One. Click here for more information.
Campus Trace will not be offered as an option through Housing Selection 2014. Students wishing to live there can contact Preiss Company to sign a lease.