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Residence Life and Housing

Important Information

Thanksgiving Break is around the corner. All residents are free to stay over the break but we require a break stay form so we are aware who is on campus for safety and security reasons.

Preparing for Winter Break: All residents may leave their belongings in their room over the long break. However, residents living in the residence halls must pay a break fee to remain in the halls after fall finals. Winter Break is included in Walking Stick apartment agreements, but we require a break stay form for safety and security reasons.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As the University's response to the pandemic changes with state and federal regulations, please monitor the University's COVID-19 response website.

Housing is open! We have measured all the living spaces and will be able to make the adjustments needed to ensure all residents have more than 36 square feet of space (6ft of physical distance).

We are very fortunate that our residence halls are quite large and do not have community-style bathrooms (one bathroom for a whole floor). However, we understand that residents may prefer single rooms or to add space to their rooms. Please sign up on the lists if you are interested in any of the following. You can be on more than one list. We will continue to offer from the waitlists as openings occur throughout the semester.

  • Single Room Wait List - anyone can sign up. We will hold a certain number for ADA accommodations but release those as we understand the demand.
  • Double Room with Private Bathroom Wait List - anyone can sign up. Very few are available. If you have a preferred roommate, they must also sign up.
  • Loft or Bunk Beds - Submit a work order to have your bed lofted or bunked. Lofted beds provide approximately 5 feet of room below the bed. Please make sure your roommate is okay with bunking before submitting the request.

We will make rolling approvals for the waitlists as rooms are available. Please monitor your University email if you submitted a waitlist request. 

Video Tours

Crestone Hall

Culebra Hall

Our on-campus living experience provides students with the convenience of living close to the classroom. Living on-campus provides students with the opportunity to become engaged with the campus community, participate in organized hall programs and activities, exciting on-campus events, vibrant student organizations, competitive athletic programs, arts and culture, and much more.

Our Mission:

The Residence Life & Housing Office exemplifies the University’s mission and values by fostering intentional living and learning communities; promoting growth and inclusivity; providing safe and comfortable living facilities; and cultivating pride in our PACK community.

Spring 2022 Registration

Registration Opens October 18, 2021.

To register for Spring 2022 courses, students will need to meet with their academic success coach or faculty mentor, submit proof of vaccination or exemption, and self-register through Banner.

Vaccination Requirement and Exemptions

Student wearing face mask

The university's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy includes the COVID-19 vaccination unless an exemption is filed.

Office of Residence Life and Housing

Staff

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