Room Selection for Returning Residents
All returning residents who complete Reapplication February 2- 23 will be able to participate in room selection as outlined below.
Each residential commons will hold their room selection process between March 23 and April 3. Dates and times will vary in each community, and the details will be posted here on March 6th. Room selection is held "in person" in the community. Most residents return to their same residential commons for the next year. Opportunities for changing/transferring to a different residential commons are very limited, and is on an application, space available basis.
- Residents who are approved for room selection in Moore and Daniel will select rooms on-line March 16-20. Instructions will be provided March 6th.
- Residents of the SMU Service House will work with the Residential Community Director directly regarding room selection.
On February 9th, residents in Martin and Hawk will receive information about reapplying for housing and reserving their apartment for the 2015-16 year, as well as information regarding summer occupancy.
Facts to Remember
- First-year students are required to live on-campus for their first two years at SMU. All first-years must participate in the Reapplication process.
- Residential commons are "four class" occupancy with about half of each community reserved for incoming first-year students.
- Returning residents who participate in on-line Reapplication are guaranteed housing.
- Most residents return to their same residential commons for the next year. Opportunities for changing/transferring to a different residential commons are limited.
- The Housing License Agreement is for the full academic year. "One Semester" agreements are made for students who will study abroad or for December graduates, and must be arranged in advance.
- An SMU Dining plan is required for students living in a Residential Commons. All first-year and second year (sophomore) residents who are required to live on-campus are required to have one of the "7 Day" plans.
- Upperclass communities (Moore, Daniel, Service House) are available for students in their sophomore through senior year with priority given to juniors and seniors.
- Hawk and Martin are reserved for graduate students.