Overview and Announcements

Room Selection is an annual process during which current undergraduate students select on-campus housing for the following academic year. Students can choose from housing arrangements that include living with a group in a suite, living alone, or living with a roommate in a corridor-style room. Students are strongly encouraged to explore this menu and familiarize themselves with all of their options.

Before Room Selection kicks off, make sure you understand the basics - from eligibility and registration to lottery numbersselection priority and the full schedule.

Announcements

  • Click here for updates on available rooms during In-Person Group Selection. The document will update every five minutes. Be sure to refresh your browser; the document will not automatically repopulate.
  • In-Person Group Selection appointment times are now available. Appointment times are listed in the following PDF documents by priority and by UNI, respectively. For privacy purposes, you must log in with your UNI and password to view these documents:
 
You may also view your appointment time on the Housing Portal; proceed to the 'Registration Summary' step on your Academic Year 14-15 Housing Application.
 
  • Room Selection lottery numbers are now available. Numbers are listed in the following PDF documents by lottery number and by UNI, respectively. For privacy purposes, you must log in with your UNI and password to view these documents:
 
You may also view your lottery number on the Housing Portal; proceed to the 'Registration Summary' step on your Academic Year 14-15 Housing Application.
 
  • While students should reference the Room Selection menu of this website for complete details about the annual process, Housing has made a number of  resources available that provide an overview of Room Selection. In addition to the video above, quick-reference resources include the Room Selection Quick Guide, available in the Housing Office (118 Hartley Hall) and at the Hartley Hospitality Desk, and an interactive overview presentation. Students should also look for Room Selection calendars that highlight important dates posted on residential floors.