If you are not participating in any of those above room selections, then you will attend General Room Selection, which will be held April 17 in the Upper Main Dining Mezzanine in Nazareth Hall and April 18 in the Latour Room of Nazareth Hall according to the following schedules:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2013
UPPER MAIN DINING MEZZANINE, NAZARETH HALL
STUDENTS WITH 47 CREDITS AND ABOVE
CREDITS: START TIME: END TIME:
120+ 8:00 PM 8:10 PM
119.9-100 8:11 PM 8:30 PM
99.9-90 8:31 PM 9:00 PM
89.9-80 9:01 PM 9:30 PM
79.9-70 9:31 PM 10:00 PM
69.9-60 10:01 PM 10:30 PM
59.9-54 10:31 PM 11:00 PM
53.9-50 11:01 PM 11:30 PM
49.9-47 11:31 PM 12MID
THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013
LATOUR ROOM, NAZARETH HALL
STUDENTS WITH 46.9 CREDITS OR LESS
CREDITS: START TIME: END TIME:
46.9-40 8:00 PM 8:30 PM
39.9-30 8:31 PM 9:00 PM
29.9-20 9:01 PM 9:30 PM
19.9-17 9:31 PM 10:00 PM
16.9-16 10:01 PM 10:30 PM
15.9-15 10:31 PM 11:00 PM
14.9-0 11:01 PM 11:30 PM
Complete the Room Selection Interest Form for Commuter Students so that we can add your name to our rosters and make certain that you receive information related to room selection. You will need to submit all specified paperwork and meet all the necessary requirements of whichever Room Selection process (Themed Housing, Woodlands selection, or participation in the general selection process) that applies.
Students studying abroad for the fall semester will not participate in room selection during the spring process. In late November or early December, you should plan on contacting the Office of Housing and Residence Life to begin the process of arranging your spring semester housing.
Unfortunately, we do not have statistics for the likelihood of students getting placement in a particular residence. Each year, students prefer different residences; therefore, each year, the residences fill at different rates so we are unable to predict placements.
No, Madonna does not have any minimum requirements. The only residences with minimum requirements are Immaculata Hall and the Woodland Residences.
Minimum requirements for Immaculata Hall are:
Minimum requirements for the Woodland Residences are:
If you are interested in living with a new student, either a freshman or a transfer, we recommend that you stop by Housing and Residence Life office to schedule an appointment with the Director. Your course of action will vary depending on where the new student is in the Admission process.
Students studying abroad for the spring semester can participate in any housing selection that they prefer: Themed Housing, Room Encore, Woodland Residences Selection or General Room Selection. If they are participating in Themed Housing or Room Encore, or students should make sure that their name is on the required application. For Woodland Residence Selection or General Room Selection, students studying abroad may choose to complete a proxy form or e-mail the Housing and Residence Life Office, firstname.lastname@example.org, the name of the individual who will be acting as there proxy. A student studying abroad may also choose to have a Residence Life staff person act as a proxy.
Please contact Diane Webber in the Office of Disability Services at email@example.com. April 2, 2013 is the priority deadline for students requesting housing accommodations due to a documented disability. Requests received after April 2 will be considered; however, advance notice is preferred whenever possible in order to evaluate student requests thoroughly. Click here for Disability Services: Housing FAQs
Nazareth Student Center, Room 205 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: (570) 348-6236 | Fax: (570) 340-6078
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
For our visitors with limited physical mobility: Call our office and we'll be happy to meet you on the first floor.