|Review the University Housing Contract Policy book.|
|Review the 30-day cancellation notice policy. Once a contract is signed, you’ll be held to this policy. You must submit a 30-day notice of your cancellation via the housing portal. You will be charged for 30 days after the completion date of the online cancellation process or the date they have turned in their room and mailbox keys (whichever is later).|
|Review the 2021-22 billing rates for rooms and meal plan options.|
|While there aren’t deadlines for submitting a housing contract, all completed contracts will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.|
|Log into MyRed and ensure all of your information (i.e. address, email, phone, date of birth, etc.) is up-to-date and correct. Then, sign your housing contract in the housing portal!|
|Specific halls and room types aren’t guaranteed. Make sure to have multiple hall options in mind. Review living options available at the university.|
|Students can request one roommate, if space is available.|
New Meal Plan Options
We're pleased to offer meal plans that provide flexibility for both first year and upperclass students. View the new meal plan options here!
All the residence halls are now considered break housing (i.e. open over fall, winter and spring breaks).
While students are being afforded the opportunity to select their living space, University Housing reserves the right to relocate and consolidate students when deemed necessary.
We recommend logging into your contract periodically, to check your roommate status.
If online room selection is open, the vacant bed is available for any other student selecting beds to assign themselves as your roommate. If space is available in your unit, it’s best to swap to a room that already has someone else assigned to it so you have an idea of who your roommate(s) may be. You’re able to view other available spaces and roommate information before reserving a room if you choose to swap rooms (for students that meet the priority date).
If online room selection is closed, then you’ll either be moved to another bed in that hall that already has a student assigned or a student will be assigned to the open bed in your room. For information on the consolidation policy after move-in read the University Housing policy booklet.