Students who have four semesters of University-approved (Residence Hall or Greek Chapter House) housing history are eligible to apply to live off-campus. Married students, students with medical or mental health conditions that cannot be accommodated in University-approved housing, or students living with their parents and commuting to campus may also apply for off-campus housing. In any of these cases, permission must be obtained through the Office of Residential Life by completing an online request form and further documentation may be required for some claims. Applications from students affiliated with Fraternities and Sororities with University-approved housing will be forwarded to the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life for final approval.
Students returning to campus from an off-campus study program or from a period of inactivity may submit an application for off-campus housing during the Spring term. The submission of an off-campus housing application is not a guarantee of approval. Students should wait for written approval from the Office of Residential Life before signing any leases or rental agreements for off-campus housing.
Students who are eligible for off-campus housing must submit an online request. Applications are available online and approval will be granted on an ongoing basis, beginning in November each year.
|For...||Requests received after...||will be subject to ...|
|Fall 2013||May 15, 2013||$200 late charge|
|Spring 2014||December 1, 2013||$200 late charge|
|Fall 2014||May 15, 2014||$200 late charge|
Students currently living off campus can either submit an online request or email to ORL with updated address and phone number by July 15th to avoid the $200 late charge.
For students who choose voluntarily to live off-campus, financial aid is usually limited to tuition and fees.