Housing Selection

University Housing

First Year & New Transfer Students

  1. You will receive information by mail in spring prior to the start of the fall semester. 
  2. Submit the New Student Housing Application Form by June 1st.
  3. Roommate preferences will be accepted until June 20th at 9:00 a.m.

Current Students

In order to be eligible for university housing, you must complete the Housing Intent Form if you are interested in selecting a housing assignment.

  • List the other members of your group.
  • Be sure all group members are eligible to participate in housing selection.

The intent form will open in February and must be completed by the assigned deadline.

How to Apply

With Roommates

Choose to participate in housing selection as a group to improve your chances of living with friends or compatible suitemates!

Groups can only be formed with currently enrolled students.

Group Types

  • Suitemates (4-person groups)
  • Roommates (2-person groups)

Requirements

Looking for a Roommate?

  1. Complete/Check-out the Roommate Binder at the Doyle Hall Desk.
  2. Attend Housing Selection Events such as the Roommate Social.
  3. Talk to your Community Assistant and see if they know anyone else looking for a roommate.

As an Individual - Rising Sophomores & Juniors

If you do not have a preferred roommate group, you will be able to apply as an individual. Individual selection occurs after group selection is complete.

In rare instances individuals may be able to select a single room, but it is very likely that you will have roommates and suitemates which are randomly assigned.​

If you find a roommate after the application deadline, but before selection, there may still be an opportunity to form a group.

As an Individual - Rising Seniors

As a rising senior, you may apply to live in a single or double room in Doyle Hall.

  1. Complete the Housing Intent Form.
  2. Attend Housing Selection Day to select a room in Doyle Hall.

Double Rooms

If you do not want a single room, you can expect to be assigned to a double room in Doyle Hall, which must consist of two rising seniors.

Once rising sophomores and juniors have completed housing selection, you may also select a double room in Meletia Hall if there is any availability.

Housing Selection Timeline

  • March 1st: Information Session - 7:00 p.m., Meletia 2nd Floor Lounge
  • March 2nd: Information Session - 7:00 p.m., Meletia 2nd Floor Lounge
  • March 8th: Roommate Social - 7:00 p.m., Residence & Commuter Life Office, Theresa 022
  • March 18th: Application Deadline
  • April 1st: Housing Selection for students with approved accommodations and LLC
  • April 2nd: Housing Selection Day

Eligibility

All currently enrolled full-time students (Women's College, Graduate Students, and School of Pharmacy) are eligible to participate in housing selection.

There is a separate selection process for students who are:

Selection Order

Your selection order will be determined by:

Complete roommate or suitemate groups will be given priority in housing selection before incomplete groups and individuals.

Selection Order for Groups

The selection order of complete roommate groups will be determined by:

Note: The order in which applications are submitted will have no impact on lottery numbers.


Civic Engagement Living Learning Community

The Civic Engagement Living Learning Community offers an opportunity to:

Members complete community service hours each semester at NDMU and in the surrounding Baltimore neighborhoods.

The community (made up of upperclassmen only) is housed on the second floor of Meletia Hall in suite-style rooms. Rising seniors are eligible to apply.


Housing Accommodations

If you have a current medical accommodation or are seeking a medical accommodation for housing, you must submit the Housing Accommodation Form with appropriate documentation from your doctor to the Office of Accessibility and Health Promotion in Theresa Hall 009.

Housing Accommodation Request Form (PDF)