Occupancy Dates: The residence halls will open for J-term residents at 1:00pm on Sunday, January 4th, 2015. The halls will re-open for Spring residents at 1:00pm on Sunday, February 1st, 2015.
Themed Residential Learning Communities: There are three living learning communities: Hinderlie Community for Creative Expression, Hong International Hall, and the Social Action and Leadership floor in Stuen Hall. The residents in these halls have a typical on campus experience with the added value of developing relationships with faculty and sharing a similar community focus. Additional information is available on our website: Themed Residential Learning Communities.
South Hall: Is reserved for students at least 20 years of age or with 60 or more credits. It is an apartment style hall with 1, 2, and 4 bedroom apartments. Student who are interested and qualify should apply online using the South Hall Application. If you are interested in a multiple bedroom apartment, but don't have a roommate in mind, Residential Life can help connect you with others. Go here for more information.
Single Room Options: A limited number of single room requests will be assigned for J-term and Spring semesters.
- Kreidler Hall: Is also reserved for students at least 20 years of age or with 60 or more credits. It is similar to the Traditional residence halls, but only offers single room housing options.
- Single-Doubles: The number of single-double rooms offered will vary by hall. Assignments will be made in priority point order (for on time applications only). Click here for more information on priority points.
Housing Rates: The Spring housing rates are available on our Rates & Dates page. If you have questions regarding your financial aid or payment plan options please contact Student Services at (253)535-7161 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Options: Any additional questions or concerns regarding J-term and Spring housing options should be directed to the Office of Residential Life at (253) 535-7200 or at email@example.com.