Reapplying for 2017-2018
Appointment Times & Lottery Numbers
Appointment times are listed by your randomly generated lottery number.
The $300 Housing Down Payment is required regardless of a students financial aid status. If you decide after making the payment that you wish to cancel your application and/or assignment, you may do so in writing by June 15 and receive a 50% refund of your Housing Down Payment; after June 15 there are no refunds.
Difficulty Paying the Housing Down?
If you are struggling financially to make the $300 Housing Down Payment, please email Elizabeth Chelini to discuss payment options.
Read through our FAQs for all your questions about down payment, room selection, and offers.
For your convenience we have provided a Guide with screen shots on how to:
Current residents living on campus for Spring 2017 will be able to reapply to live on campus for the 2017-2018 academic year between February 7-16. To ensure you are meeting the deadlines please check your Seawolf email daily. This webpage will continue to get updated as we go through this process.
Starting Tuesday, February 7 current residents will be able to reapply. To prevent overloading the system, we request you reapply according to the following schedule:
- Cabernet @ 10 am
- Zinfandel @ 11 am
- Verdot @ Noon
- Sauvignon @ 1 pm
- Beaujolais @ 2 pm
- Tuscany @ 3 pm
This is not a first come, first offered priority, you can reapply anytime during the period. The deadline to reapply is 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 16. Applications received after February 16 will be placed on a waitlist.
Campus housing is not guaranteed for multiple years of residency. The Returning Resident process is lottery based with consideration given to those individuals who have lived on campus the least amount of time. Over the past few years, the number of paid housing down payments has exceeded the number of available spaces offered; therefore down payments were returned to individuals who we could not offer space to right away. For this reason, we will only accept housing down payments from our first year residents during the Reapply period. A first year resident is a student currently living on campus who has lived on campus only one or two semesters.
To determine what you need to do, click on the link that describes how long you have lived on campus.
Residents will log on to the ResidentWeb between February 7-16 to reapply and make a $300 Housing down payment.
The $300 Housing Down Payment is required regardless of a students financial aid status. If you decide after making the payment that you wish to cancel your application and/or assignment, you may do so in writing by June 15, 2017 and receive a 50% refund of your Housing Down Payment; after June 15, 2017 there are no refunds.
Residents will log on to the ResidentWeb between February 7-16 to reapply only. You will not be required to make the Housing down payment during this time. We want to make sure we can offer you a space before we take your Housing Down Payment. Priority is lottery based and depends on how long you have lived on campus. For example, a student who has lived on campus four years will have a lower priority than someone going on their third year.
If we can extend some offers to students who have lived on campus three years or more, we will notify the student and require a $300 Housing Down Payment before Room Selection. The $300 Housing Down Payment is required regardless of a student’s financial aid status. If you decide after making the payment, that you wish to cancel your application and/or assignment, you may do so in writing by June 15, 2017 and receive a 50% refund of your Housing Down Payment; after June 15, 2017 there are no refunds.
Rates for 2017-2018
Below are the academic year rates for the upcoming school year:
Beaujolais, Tuscany Single Occupancy Bedroom is $10,512.00 for the full academic year.
Tuscany and Sauvignon Double Occupancy Bedroom is $8,402.00 for the full academic year.
Sauvignon Triple Occupancy Bedroom is $5,798 for the full academic year.
Gender Inclusive Housing
Gender Inclusive housing would be a great option for those students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, queer, asexual, transsexual, and/ or intersex, as well as committed allies. Gender Inclusive spaces will be most likely be located in Colombard. Options for both single and double bedrooms are available for all students interested. Gender Inclusive housing is not the same as coed apartments. Coed apartments are not available on campus. In order to be considered for gender inclusive housing you must fill out a supplemental questionnaire and receive approval from a designated Area Coordinator in addition to the housing application. Click here for more information about Gender Inclusive or contact Tramaine Austin-Dillon at (707) 664-3735.
Offering Space to Returning Residents
Once the reapply period closes, we will review the number of applications received between February 7-16. Depending on the number of applications from first year residents, we will determine if we can offer more space to those who have lived on campus three semesters or longer. We do anticipate being able to offer space to this group of students, we just won’t know how many until after the Reapply period.
Students who reapply between February 7-16, but are not offered a space, will receive a waitlist number.
Accepting Agreement and Selecting A Room
Residents offered space will log on to the ResidentWeb to accept their License Agreement and select a room. The Offer email will list a lottery number which is randomly generated by the computer and determines when you can select your room. Room selection will take place March 7-9. Residents who can fill full apartments will select apartments on March 7. Individuals and other group sizes will choose their space on March 8 and 9.
It's very important to understand that if you do not complete the above steps by the required deadlines, you will lose your priority to return or secure a room.
A Note About The Waitlist
We understand being placed on a waitlist can be stressful. We can only accommodate so many returning residents initially; but then start to offer more as individuals don’t complete the process or cancel. Typically, we are successful at accommodating a waitlisted student who reapplied during the Reapply period.