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Transfer and first time students' housing forms are placed in date order by the date the Residence Life office receives their room deposit. If an upperclassman requests a particular incoming student as his/her roommate, that student will be placed immediately. However, if the Director of Residence Life does not have a match to the requested name, the slot will be filled at the Director of Residence Life's discretion.
All first-time college students are required to live in the traditional residence halls during fall semester. Incoming students' roommate requests will be granted as long as the form of the requested person is in the housing office and space is available.
Next, the incoming students will be given room assignments by date order and availability. All aspects of the housing form questionnaire, logistics, availability, and status will be taken into account.
The Residence Life staff seeks to respond to the needs and interests of the residential community in developing programs that are interesting, timely, and educational in quality. Although the residence hall programs are not mandatory, each resident is encouraged to attend and get involved. Occasionally, residence hall programs will be open to residents of the other residence halls on the campus.
Some of the hall programs that have taken place within the last two years include these:
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