What can I use to hang decorations on the walls?
Students may use tacks, push pins, command strips, and command hooks to hang decorations on their walls.
What is not allowed in residential housing?
The following items are NOT allowed: Candles, Hot plate/Electric burner, Griddle (or anything with an open heat source), Toaster Oven, Space Heaters
What is allowed in residential housing?
The following items are allowed: ONE additional mini fridge is permitted, Air Fryer, Crockpot, Coffee pot, Toaster, Rice cooker, Fish in a tank smaller than 10 gallons.
Who can live in residential housing?
Our residential campus housing is designed for full-time CAS students between the ages of 17 and 26. If seeking an exception to this policy, please complete the Special Housing Circumstances Form (available by emailing [email protected]).
Are the Residence Halls secure?
Yes, only on-campus students have key-card access to the buildings. Each floor also is access controlled.
When will I know where I’m going to live and who’s living with me?
We’ll wait until July to begin this process in order to let as many Housing Forms to pool as possible. We do this so that there are an optimum number of students and we can find a great match for. You will be notified by email of your housing assignment.
What are the chances of my building or roommate requests being honored?
New students are housed based on the date of submission of their Housing Form as well as payment of the housing deposit (and must be enrolled in classes). In other words, early bird gets the worm! When two students are paired together as roommates, we will use the earliest submission date of the two.
What if I don’t have a roommate?
Don’t worry! We’ve got it all under control. We will use the questions on your Housing Form to give you the best match possible! For this reason, it’s very important to be honest on the form.
Can new students room with returning students?
Absolutely! While we do believe new students will have a more enjoyable experience rooming with other new students, we realize that there are often times outside circumstances that make it much more appealing to live with an upperclassmen student. In order to be placed with an incoming student, just indicate so on the Housing Form. […]
Can I change my roommate request after I turn in my Housing Form?
Absolutely! You will need to contact the Office of Residential Housing at (405) 692-3213 or [email protected] to change your roommate request. In order for your request to be honored, your anticipated roommate will need to make the request as well.