Housing Applications refer to the processes by which eligible individual students or groups of students secure housing through an application or group roster.  Students who are assigned housing through a Housing Application process may not participate in a Housing Lottery Event.  Students who withdraw from an assignment made through one these processes will be reassigned housing over the summer through the wait list.  Students who are not accepted into a process will be able to participate in subsequent Housing Application Processes or the Lottery.

6+ Suite Housing

6+suites are self-contained living units that include a mixture of doubles and singles, a common space, bathroom, and an efficiency kitchen. Offerings include 7-person suites in Fisher East (may be Gender-inclusive), the 6-person female suite in Marquis Hall, and the 6-person apartment at 421 Hamilton (may be Gender-inclusive).

  • Applicants must have enough proposed roommates to fill the requested suite to capacity.
  • All group members must complete the 6+ Suite application in MyHousing by the deadline.

Block Housing

A block is a section of a larger floor community within a residence hall.  Blocks are primarily comprised of double rooms though some include one single bedroom or a triple.   Block size may range from four to eight persons and may be co-ed including mixed gender bedrooms.  (Due to the limited availability of gender-inclusive suites, we encourage rising sophomore students to use the block housing option to live in a mixed-gender living situation.)  Assignments are not based on building preference but applicants may request a housing rate tier.

  • All group members must complete the Block Housing application in MyHousing by the deadline.
  • Submission of an application indicates each student’s willingness to accept an assignment in any of the buildings designated for block housing.

Block Housing for the 2019-20 academic year will be located in Easton (doubles, singles), Farber (doubles, singles), Keefe (doubles, singles), Kirby House (men only; double rooms only), March Hall (double rooms only), McKeen (single gender groups: double rooms only for women; triple, doubles, singles for men), Rubin (doubles, singles), Ramer (doubles, singles), South College (double, triples), and Watson Hall (double rooms only).

Gender Inclusive Housing

Students interested in living with friends in a mixed-gender unit can participate in the Gender inclusive process.  Suites will be available in the Fisher Suites, Watson Hall, and Watson Courts.  Applications are also accepted for mixed gender double rooms.

  • Applicants must have enough proposed roommates to fill the requested unit to capacity.
  • All group members must complete the Gender Inclusive application in MyHousing by the deadline.

Note: Students who wish to live in a mixed-gender arrangement are not limited to the housing options available through the Gender Inclusive application.  It is also possible to establish a mixed gender group through other housing application processes:

  • Eligible rising seniors may select gender inclusive off-campus apartments through the Priority Lottery
  • 6+ suite and block housing applicants can request mixed gender groups through the roommate matching process.
  • Rising sophomores are encouraged to use the block housing option to live in a mixed-gender living situation because assignments are made in class year seniority order and availability is limited.

Grossman House for Global Perspectives

The Grossman House community is comprised of 25 citizens representative of international students, domestic students that have studied abroad, and domestic students that have a strong interest in globalization but have not studied abroad.  This combination of backgrounds brings together students who have had different experiences but who share a common interest in understanding globalization.

Grossman Citizens represent a variety of academic majors and application is open to currently enrolled rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors.  The Grossman House Application must be submitted through the Residence Life LafSync portal by the deadline.  [Note: you must JOIN the portal; then the application will be visible]

After acceptances are finalized, Residence Life will manage room and suite assignments using the same class-year priority system as the regular room lottery (rising seniors have preference, etc) and giving preference to returning citizens.  While applicants may specify a preferred roommate on the application form, suites will be filled to promote the integration of students from different backgrounds and experiences.  Suites and bedrooms within Grossman may be gender-inclusive.  Occupancy is primarily double bedrooms within three-, five-, and six-person suites which contain a kitchen and furnished common area.

The Monroe Neighborhood

Students interested in establishing a Monroe House will submit an application outlining a proposed topic of interest (curricular or intellectual) and supporting program ideas.   Applicants are expected to review the Monroe Neighborhood Expectations before applying.  A vital step is to obtain support from a faculty member or administrator who has an interest and/or expertise in your topic.  All houses in the Monroe Neighborhood are substance-free.

  • Houses must fill to occupancy with three students.  Groups of six are also welcome to establish two side by side Houses.
  • One application should be submitted for the group through the Residence Life LafSync portal by the deadline.  [Note: you must JOIN the portal; then the application will be visible]
  • Eligible applicants will have a cumulative GPA of 2.80 or above and not actively on any level of Disciplinary Probation nor have ever been on Disciplinary Probation Level II.

Wellness Housing

This is an opportunity for students to live with fellow residents who share a focus on creating balance in their life and promoting overall well-being.  Members commit to maintaining a substance-free living environment.  Traditional upper-level wellness housing is located in Keefe Hall and Ramer Hall.  Groups may apply as a wellness block.

Self-Directed Wellness housing is located in off-campus apartments and is available for juniors and seniors who have previously lived in a traditional wellness community and wish to increase their independence and autonomy.  Off-campus eligibility guidelines apply.

  • Each student must complete the Wellness application in MyHousing by the deadline.
  • Applications will be processed giving priority to students with prior residency in a wellness community and then in Lottery Number order.


Housing Rosters

Several living groups manage their own occupancy.   These groups include Greek Chapter Houses, Arts Houses, McKelvy Scholars Program, Special Interest Houses, Hillel, and the Portlock Black Cultural Center.  Questions about residency in these areas should be directed to the leadership of the group.


If you are looking to live with a roommate or group of people in an application process that runs through MyHousing, you will need to complete the roommate matching steps. Only fully matched roommate groups where each person has submitted a particular application will be assigned through this process.  Roommate matching is done through MyHousing.


March 1:
College-owned Off-campus priority deadline

March 15:
Monroe Neighborhood application deadline
Grossman House application deadline
Wellness application deadline

March 29:
Monroe Neighborhood notifications
Grossman House notifications
Wellness notifications
Special Interest House rosters due

April 1:
6+ Suite application deadline
Block application deadline
Gender Inclusive application deadline

April 12:
6+ Suite notifications
Block notifications
Gender Inclusive notifications