You must maintain full-time day student status in order to remain in university housing. Housing is not guaranteed to returning students.If you are returning from an internship or study abroad, you can submit a request for housing via email. Please provide your full name, JWU ID number (J number) and your hall preference. Please note that preferences cannot be guaranteed.
The Room Selection Guide (193K PDF) contains detailed information about the housing selection process, including participation dates.Space on campus is limited and is therefore not guaranteed for returning students. In order to be eligible to apply for housing for the following academic year, returning undergraduate day-school students must make a housing deposit, which can be submitted online, during the housing selection deposit period in January. Once the deposit has been processed, you can access the online housing application.The online application contains important questions about preferences related to meal plan, personal living habits, housing and roommate options.
Once you complete the online application within the given time period, you’ll be eligible to enter the lottery process in order to select a room during spring term.
Once You've Moved InAt the start of term, we encourage all roommates in a suite to fill out the Roommate Agreement (225K PDF), which helps establish ground rules and open communication. Your RA will be stopping by during "Love Your Roommate Week" to review and finalize it with you. This agreement may be revisited and renegotiated by roommates and the residence hall staff throughout the year.