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Living on Campus FAQ
  • Three on-campus:
    Downhour and North Hall - Double Suites
    Hocking Heights - Single, Double and Triple Rooms

    Two off-campus, approximately a mile from the College:
    Summit on the River - Double and Triple rooms
    Sycamore Hall - One Single, Doubles and Triple Rooms

  • No. The college admission application and housing application are two different processes. You must be accepted to the college before your housing application can be processed.

  • Residence Hall applications are processed in the order they are received with required fees paid. Students are encouraged to apply as early as the preceding year. For all terms, it is recommended that applications be submitted at least two to three months prior to the beginning of the term.

  • Request an application form either from the Housing Office, Admissions Office or apply online.

  • Fees are subject to change without prior notice.

    • Non-refundable application fee of $50. (Paid annually);
    • Deposit of $200

    If you apply:
    Summer Term Only - Pay application fee.
    Start Autumn Term - Pay application fee plus deposit.
    Spring Term Only - Pay application fee.

    If you already paid an application fee for the year, you do not have to pay again (ex. If you applied for Summer Term and also applied for Autumn Term, you only pay $50).

    • If you cancel before the due date of the term that you are applying for, the full deposit is refundable.
    • If you cancel after the payment due date for the term you are applying for, it is not refundable.
    • If you fulfill the term of the contract, it is refundable. Your deposit will be credited towards your Spring Term room charge.
    • Late applicants: If a room is reserved for you and an invoice has been mailed or you were notified over the telephone, your deposit is non-refundable.
    • Summer Term - Will cover only Summer Term.
    • Autumn Term - Will cover Autumn Term through Spring Quarter.
    • Spring Term - Will cover only Spring Term.
  • Upon receipt of the application, a confirmation letter will be sent to the applicant confirming receipt of the application and fees. If the required fee is not received, it will delay the application process.

  • No.

    • Send a letter to the Housing Office stating your intentions of cancelling your application.
    • The date the letter is received will determine if the deposit is refundable or not.
    • Cancelling your housing does not automatically cancel your registration. To cancel your classes, you need to follow the Withdrawal process
  • Payment due dates differ every academic year.

  • Yes, you can. We offer a semester payment plan.

    • You will receive a invoice from the housing office which includes a payment deadline.
    • Any applications received after the deadline dates will be processed on a first come, first pay basis.
    • In order to be assigned a room, method of payment must be established by the deadline date.
    • Autumn and Spring Terms statements will be mailed to current residents approximately one month before the deadline date. It is the responsibility of the resident to inform their parent/guardian/sponsor regarding their bill. No statement will be mailed to the parents/guardian/sponsor.
    • Your financial aid is applied to tuition/general service fees and course fees before you can use it for paying your room and board.
    • You cannot use financial aid to pay for your application fee or deposit.
  • You will be assessed a $25.00 late fee for not paying for your on-campus housing by the due date.

  • Facility & room assignments will depend on the date the application with the required fees is received. Late applicants will be processed on a first come, first pay basis.

    Autumn & Spring Term room requests will depend on room availability. We cannot guarantee your request. Returning students are given priority room assignments, provided they have complied with the application requirements and paid all fees by the deadline date.

  • Yes, you can but it must be a mutual request. The person you are requesting must also request you in his/her application as well. You need to provide the name and the student ID number of the person you are requesting.

  • Roommates are assigned using a variety of information and space availability. The Director of Residence Life will make every attempt to accommodate mutual requests.

  • Limited assigned parking is available for students residing at Hocking Heights, Downhour or North Hall for $53 autumn and spring terms and $35 summer term. Returning students are given priority, provided fees are paid by the deadline date. New students will be assigned parking based on the date the application and required fees are received. Rates are subject to change without prior notice.

  • Your ID will also serve as your meal card. You need to have your picture taken at the ID Office. Meal cards will be available for pick up at the ID Office anytime after you check in.

Residence Life Office
Downhour 101
740.753.7043
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