You must submit a GLOS Contract Rider to the organization’s housing coordinator before the GLOS housing deadline of April 10, 2013. The housing coordinator will assign the spaces and provide our office with the room assignments and contracts. If you do not get a space in a social organization house and one becomes available later, you can change from your residence hall assignment to the house. There is no charge for this move as long as it occurs by the housing cancellation deadline for the term (July 1, 2013 for fall term).
If you select a room during room draw and your enrollment pattern changes from an “R” to an “L” after room draw is completed, we will cancel your assignment and notify you of the change. If you change your D-Plan to an “L” after the end of room draw and before July 1st, a $250 housing cancellation fee will apply. If you change your D-plan between July 1st and September 14, 2013 you will be charged the $500 housing cancellation fee. If your D-Plan changes from an “L” to an “R” after Room Draw, you should submit a Late Fall Housing Application, available on BannerStudent starting May 6th.
The vacancy you create when you take a leave for the winter term will not be held for your spring return. If you have a roommate for the fall who is on in the winter and spring, and they pull-in a friend who is off in the spring, then your roommate can pull you back in when you return for the spring. For this to happen, you must apply for spring housing on BannerStudent and request the pull-in, there must be a spring vacancy in the room, and the remaining spring roommate must agree to pull you in by blitzing the Housing Office. The spring housing application deadline is February 11, 2014.
We do not anticipate having the space available to house many, if any, leave term students this fall due to priority given to students enrolled in Hanover. However, we will accept fall leave term housing applications in case there are any spaces available after all waitlist students are housed in late Julyl/early August, Students interested in pursuing this possibility should apply for housing using the BannerStudent application, which will be available starting May 6. The deadline for on-time applications is June 1, 2013. If possible, leave term applicants will be housed after all on-time waitlist students. Any resulting assignments will be posted on BannerStudent no earlier than August.
As long as your D-Plan is still an “R” at the time of Room Draw, you can select a fall term room. If you are accepted to your Off-Campus Program, then your D-Plan will change and we will cancel your fall term housing. If you select a room with roommates, they will have the option of pulling in a friend.
If there is another student you would like to have as your roommate, you may request that he/she be assigned to your room. All parties must agree to this new assignment before it will be approved. If you are not able to identify a new roommate, a student seeking fall housing will be assigned to the vacancy and you will be notified by blitz.
In order for any fall term room change to be approved, you must receive permission from the Director of Housing.
Once your time slot has opened up you can pick your room anytime until we close the portal on May 6 ,2012.
You must complete an affinity housing application before April 5, 2013. If accepted to the program, you must then complete an Affinity Program Contract Rider and submit it to the program’s housing coordinator. The application and rider are available on our site at http://www.dartmouth.edu/~orl/housing/communities/affinities.html. More information on affinity housing can be found on the Affinity Program page.
You would apply by using the web-based application, which can be found on BannerStudent. The deadline to apply for winter term housing is October 22, 2013. More information on winter and spring term housing can be found in the Upper Class Housing section of our site.
If you cancel your housing after the end of room draw and before July 1st, you will be charged a $250 cancellation fee. Cancellations made after July 1st will be charged the $500 housing cancellation fee. Cancellations are not accepted once the residence halls have opened. Those remaining in your room will likely be assigned new roommates.
Students may select a room with a member of a different class, using the best number in the group to select a room. This option is available to all students to live with their chosen roommate, not as a way to secure a better room. Any such manipulation of the priority number syste only hurts other students and is not tolerated.