RESIDENCE LIFE

Housing Selection Information

Information for returning student housing selection is now available.  Please click the presentation below to learn more about our housing selection process for your room assignment in the 2016-2017 academic year.   

The housing selection process that is occurring in March 2016 is only for current residents living on campus. 

The housing deposit fee will be $250.00 due by March 1, 2016! 

As a reminder, returning residents must be registered for 8 or more credits by June 10, 2016.    

Campus residents who are not registered for classes, with 8 or more credits, by this date will lose their fall/spring housing assignment and will NOT be refunded their housing deposit.  Please make sure to meet with your academic advisors and review the Registration Guide.  As a reminder, you must be enrolled as a full-time student (12 or more credits) by the start of the semester to maintain your eligibility to live on campus.  

 

Step-by-step instructions are available at Room selection how to. and also a FAQ's section.

Significant Changes:

  • Housing Deposit fee will now be $250.00.
  • No squatting (the process where students return to the same apartment the following academic year) All student will go through housing selection to choose a room.
  • All students within a group must meet credit minimum to choose a space.
  • Students who do not have a group may choose a space on their own.
  • All areas are open to all students at the start of selection process.

Are my personal items covered by the College if they are lost, damaged or stolen?

           Please not that your personal belongings are not the responsibility of Purchase College.  If a loss occurs (due to water, fire, accidental damage or theft, for example), Purchase College is NOT responsible.  We strongly encourage purchasing personal property coverage that's available at(www.haylor.com/pp), to cover your items.  You can also reach their broker that handles this plan (HF&C), at 866-535-0456 or student@haylor.com and they'd be