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Returning undergraduate students must request housing for the next academic year using the housing application process (HAP) or more commonly known as the "housing lottery." The process starts with the sign-up period during the first week of classes in the spring semester, Tuesday, January 20, at 8 a.m. and ends on Friday, January 23, 2015, at 5 p.m. Offers from the lottery process are distributed on or about January 30, 2015, and are due to be signed by Thursday, February 12, 2015. Read More
Beginning with the Fall 2015 semester, Housing and Residence Life will implement a pilot project which will allow returning, undergraduate students, who are of at least18 years of age, to request a roommate regardless of the students’ sex, gender, gender identity, or gender expression in two residence halls. [Read More]
Please see below information about the upcoming breaks and winter session. There are action items for those staying in 10-month halls or those registering for winter session classes meeting at the Blacksburg campus. For a schedule of dates and times for on-campus residence halls, please see our Important Dates page. Please take a few minutes to check your calendars and/or discuss your plans with your family or friends so that your departure and arrival can be scheduled appropriately.
Students must check out of their rooms within 24 hours after their last fall exam, but no later than noon, Friday, December 19, if they are not directly involved with the commencement ceremony. Students graduating or directly involved with the ceremony should register to stay past their exams at the Important Dates page.
Residence halls will close at noon, Saturday, December 20, for all buildings except those 10-month residence halls (Ambler Johnston, Main Campbell, Newman, the graduate life center at Donaldson Brown, Harper, Hillcrest, Oak Lane houses, and Cochrane halls) As with Thanksgiving Break, students in those buildings may register to stay for part or all of the break. Registration for winter break buildings will be held December 1 – 18, 2014, at the Break Housing page.
Students who are not residing in the 10-month buildings listed above but who are enrolled for the Winter Session 2015 on-campus courses are able to register to stay in their on-campus room from Thursday, 1 January 2015, through spring 2015 normal residence hall opening. There is an additional $312 charge for this period for residents who live in non-10 month buildings. Information about registration is available at Winter Sessions 2015 Housing page. If a student is a resident of a 10-month building that is normally open during the break, they register through the normal winter break process above and there is no additional charge.
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