Rising Sophomore Singles
Rising Sophomore Singles Process
|Mid-March 2021||All On-Campus Housing Applications open via HouseCat|
|Sunday, May 2, 2021||Applications close at midnight for rising sophomores|
|Tuesday, May 4, 2021||Selection times released by 7:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday, May 5, 2021||Rising Sophomore Singles Room Selection|
|Selection Times Begin: 5:00 p.m.|
|Room Selection Closes: 7:30 p.m.|
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the group sizes for singles?
If you are wanting to participate in the single room selection process, you should NOT make a roommate group. On the closing date and time, any students not in a group will be given a singles timeslot.
Can you participate in singles selection if you participated in another process?
If you were unsuccessful in securing a room in other processes, you may break up and delete your group. To watch a video showing you how to manage your roommate group, click here. If you selected a space in any other housing process, you are done with the room selection process and are not eligible for any other selection.
How are rising sophomore singles times calculated?
Those in sophomore singles room selection will receive a timeslot that is random by class year.
How long will I have to select a space?
We want to provide each student with as much time to select their housing as possible. The time slot you are given is your START time. You can take as much time as you want, but please be advised other students will continue picking. Once you click into a room, you will have two minutes to confirm your bed.
How do I find out more information on available rooms?
Please take advantage of viewing floor plans online before logging in for room selection so that you are fully informed of your individual room options.
- View floorplans listed by residence name here (includes square footage).
- You will need to enter your e-mail username and password to access online floor plans. You will be able to view each room’s square footage and the number of windows, as well as proximity to stairways, bathrooms, etc.
What if there are no available spaces for singles at my turn?
If there are no spaces left in singles at your turn or no spaces you desire, you can regroup and re-verify to be involved in the doubles selection. If you do not select in doubles, you will be emailed after the winter semester the information for Summer Placement.
Am I guaranteed to have a single?
No. Generally rising sophomores should prepare to live in a shared space. Very few sophomores will select singles. Any student(s) can apply for any process. We do not cap the number of groups for a process to the number of spaces. For example, if thirty groups apply for groups of 4 but there are only twenty blocks or suites of 4, then ten groups will not get a suite or block of 4. The same is true for singles.
Selecting a Room
All students seeking housing on campus for the fall semester who do not select housing during any preceding processes may participate in singles room selection.
During this room selection process, students will select housing based on selection times randomly generated by class year.
|To select a single, students must remove themselves from all previous roommate groups and be certain their application is not linked to any other applications (verify on Step 6, HouseCat application).|
To watch a video showing you how choose a double or single room, click here.
|Note: Housing selection is binding. Once you have confirmed your selection on the HouseCat portal, you will not be able to change your housing.|
Single Housing Options
| Singles in Residence Halls
|Singles in Quiet Houses||
|Singles in Healthy Living House||
|Singles in Other Houses||
- Please note this list does not include rooms:
- in Theme Houses for 2021-2022: Chase, Nash, and Wilson
- involved in other processes
- This list does not reflect rooms selected by senior and junior singles
- *Some rooms in these buildings have been reserved for members of the incoming first-year class.
Housing Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
If you have a diagnosed disability and need to pursue a housing accommodation, you should contact the Office of Accessible Education.