Priority Housing
Application Period

April 17-24, 2017

Continuing UCSC students interested in 2017-18 university housing are encouraged to apply.


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Overview
 

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Housing
Options

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Room and Apartment Selection

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Wait List
Information

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Housing Information Sessions

Attend an information session at your college/community to learn more about housing options for 2017-18. See schedule »

 

Application Process

Apply online during the Priority Housing Application Period (April 17-24, 2017).


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Guaranteed Students

Apply during the Priority Housing Application Period to retain your housing guarantee and become eligible to participate in room selection activities.

All deadlines and guarantee conditions will be strictly enforced. Late applicants will forfeit any existing housing guarantee and will be placed on the non-guaranteed wait list.

 

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Non-Guaranteed Students

Students without a housing guarantee who apply during the Priority Period will be placed on the housing wait list at their applied-for-community.

Non-guaranteed wait list applications will not be considered until all housing guarantees at all communities have been honored. 

Housing Selection Processes


Once the Priority Period ends, students with housing guarantees who applied will be invited to select their own housing. A point system is used to determine the order in which applicants will be invited to select housing, either individually or as part of a group.

Early Group Selection – Monday, May 15 – reserve a space early with a group of friends (apartments or residence halls) more»

Community Room Selection – Tuesday, May 16 – Wednesday, May 17 – log in to Student Housing Online to select a space as an individual or with a group of friends more »

Staff Assign Wait List Students – beginning Thursday, May 18 and continuing throughout the summer) – once the student room selection process ends, the Housing Coordinator for each community assigns students as spaces become available . . . more »

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