Students requesting to live in an on-campus apartment must complete the apartment application (can print from web site) and submit a $100 deposit to be placed on the apartment wait list. Upon assignment to an apartment, an additional $100 is required for a complete deposit of $200 for each student (lease holder) in an apartment.
Placement of applicants into apartments is based on the following criteria: application date, move-in date, and apartment size, type and location.
When a student inquires as to his/her placement on the wait list, keep in mind that we will be sorting the list according to the criteria above. The more information we receive from a student on the apartment application and the more flexible the student is with move-in dates, apartment type and locations, the better chance a student has to get an apartment.
When an apartment becomes available, University Housing will call you at the number you provided on your apartment application.
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