The Office of Residential Life manages our student housing. See our information for students requiring special accommodations
, or contact Residential Life if you have any questions!
Spring Check Out
Please complete all of the following:
- Remove all personal belongings (TV’s, refrigerators, luggage, personal and cleaning items, etc.) from the room.
- Thoroughly clean your space (vacuum, remove trash, food, etc.).
- Complete an Express Check-out Envelope or schedule a check out appointment with your CL/CM/CA.
- If you do a scheduled check-out, complete your RCR with your CL/CM/CA during your final walk-through. Room must be clean and empty before inspection can occur.
- If you do a scheduled check-out, return your key to Residential Life in Drake Hall after your walk-through and during business hours (M-F, 8:00 a.m.— 5:00 p.m.).
If you do an Express Check-out, place your key in an Express envelope, complete the envelope legibly, seal, and return to a drop box in one of the locations below:
- Residential Life, Drake Hall (utilize the drop box located in the foyer if outside business hours)
- Donovan’s Pub drop box
- Parker Commons drop box
- Note: Please Do not return this envelope to a student staff member or slip it under a staff member’s door.
Note: Failure to check-out properly will result in an improper check-out fee of $75.
Please complete all of these steps appropriately to ensure a smooth check-out and to avoid fees.
All keys must be returned before departing campus. Keys may not be mailed in.
Any lost keys reported before Monday, May 6th will cost $75; any keys not returned and lost keys reported on May 6th or after will cost $150. This applies to ALL students.
All residents must vacate their room 24 hours after their last final exam (unless given prior written approval from Residential Life).
All halls close at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 11th.
Graduating seniors must vacate by Monday, May 20th, at 3:00 p.m.
As you enter your first year, you will be matched with a roommate and given the key to a room in one of several traditional residence halls on our upper campus, just seconds from your classes, dining halls, and new friends! READ MORE
As a sophomore, you may choose your roommates and select from a variety of housing options, including traditional residence halls, suite-style living, and more. READ MORE Mellon Sophomore Residential Seminars
Mellon Sophomore Residential Seminars are designed to enhance the learning of our students through shared experiences with faculty and peers that will generate lasting connections between life and learning. READ MORE
Junior and Senior Housing
As a junior and senior, we encourage you to explore your independence with university apartment, townhouse, or house-style living focused around Broad St. and College St. — though classes, dining halls, and campus remain just a short walk or cruiser ride away. READ MORE
Community Leader Applications
Residential Life is currently seeking applicants for the Community Leader (CL) position for the 2013-2014 academic year. The CL position is a fulfilling, challenging experience, and provides the opportunity for students to develop leadership skills and to form meaningful relationships, among myriad other benefits. Visit the campus calendar for interest meeting dates or apply below. CL Application Information CL Application (returning staff) CL Application (new applicants) CL Recommendation Form