Important Dates

The following are the dates that students need to be aware of related to the Housing Reapplication process during the coming academic year.  These are the application deadline dates for all of the room sign up processes for students who wish to remain in on Grounds housing for the following academic year:

November 14, 2010:  Application deadline for Residential College and Language Housesincluding those currently residing in the residential colleges who desire a different room.

November 15, 2010: Lawn Applications available online.  This date is subject to change by the Lawn Selection Committee.

December 1, 2010: Application deadline for Rising 2nd year students. Deadline for Upperclass Students wishing to remain in the same room to sign contract and make prepayment.

December 8, 2010: Cancellation deadline for students who signed to keep the same room.

December 10, 2010: Rising 2nd year Offers sent.  Offers for Residential Colleges and Language Houses sent.

January 21, 2011: Deadline for Rising 2nd year students to sign contract and complete prepayment.

January 28, 2011: Offers sent to Upperclass students wanting a different room.

February 4, 2011: Deadline for Upperclass students wanting a different room to sign contract and complete prepayment.  Application deadline forUpperclass students living off Grounds who wish on Grounds housing.

February 7, 2011:  Future Assignment Change Request becomes available for students with a current assignment for 2011-2012 who wish to request a change.

February 10, 2011: Waiting List offers sent: continues through 5/20/2011.

February 11, 2011: Contract acceptance deadline for the Lawn.  This date issubject to change by the Lawn Selection Committee.

April 15, 2011: Future Assignment Change Request:  Last date to submit a request.  Those requests already received will be worked on until the end of May, 2011.  After that date, no changes will be made.


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