Both the Tuition and Dorm Deposits must be paid before housing assignments are made.
Fall deposits recieved after May 1 and Spring deposits received after December 1
are non-refundable. Any refund request must be in writing and postmarked no later
than May 1 for the Fall and December 1 for the Spring. All freshmen and sophomores
that live further than a fifty mile radius of campus must live on campus. If you
encounter difficulties, please contact the Admissions office at 800.937.2448, ext.
Your phone number and email address will be released to your prospective roommate.
If you do not want this information to be released, please contact us at 800.937.2448,
List any hobbies or interests to help with roommate pairing (Sports, music, games, etc.):
Describe your personality briefly (Shy, outgoing, conservative, liberal, etc.):
What is your sleep schedule?
What are your study habits?
NOTE: All facilities are non-smoking.
Would you prefer to room with a non-smoker?
Would you be willing to room with someone who smokes?
Do you have any chronic ailments or physical disabilities which could affect room assignment?
Do you have any food allergies/special dietary needs?
When do you plan to move on campus?
What best describes your class standing?
The most recently built housing option is
referred to as Warrior Row C and may be selected by choosing Warrior Row Traditional
Style as your preference. This building is primarily designed to house freshmen.
Meal Plan Selection:
All first year students are required to participate in the full meal plan.
In addition, any student residing in the Pierson Center Hall, Warrior Row C (traditional style),
and Kalbfleisch Hall is required to participate in the full meal plan. Returning students in
Evans-Kimmell Hall or Frank and Anne Oropeza may choose between the 5 meal, 10 meal or full meal
plan options. Returning or transfer students assigned to a townhouse or Rogers Hall may participate
in a meal plan or opt out by designating none.
Will you be playing a varsity sport?
NOTE: The following two questions are for participation in a multicultural
roommate pairing but do not guarantee this pairing. In addition, answering no to
this question does not prevent being paired with a roommate from another culture.
If you are a domestic student, would you be interested in rooming with an international
student to assist this person with adjusting to the American culture?
If you are an international student, would you like an American roommate who is
willing to help you adjust to attending a university in America?
If you have any preferences regarding roommates, please list specific names and/or details below:
NOTE: Specific roommate requests are only guaranteed if the applications
and deposits have been received by May 1.