1. Apply for a Reservation Time
Students apply for housing in order to receive a reservation time.
2. Roommate Match
There is time for students to reach out to potential roommates through an automatic match, or to confirm a preferred roommate.
3. Apply for a Living Learning Community?
Students may also complete their application to live in a Living Learning or Theme community, who have a priority to reserve their rooms before the general room reservation process begins.
4. Reserve Your Spot
After the priority application date ends, students will use their reservation time to log in to the system and select a space available.
Housing Application Update
As we anticipate a high volume of phone calls during the housing reservation process, we encourage you to utilize resources such as this website, or send us an email at email@example.com for a faster response. We appreciate your patience during this time! Additionally, read up on the answers to all of your housing application questions by visiting this page: HOUSING FAQ
Students that have been admitted to the University of Utah may complete their online housing application, search for and reserve a room, make payments, match up with a roommate, and sign up for optional services through their Housing U account. Students may access Housing U by logging in to the Campus Information Services (CIS) website and selecting Housing U under the Student Housing section.
It is important to know that Housing & Residential Education does not match students to be roommates and does not assign students to rooms.
undergraduate students living on-campus through Housing & Residential Education are required to enroll in a minimum of 12-credit hours. Graduate students living on-campus are required to enroll in a minimum of 6-credit hours.
Prospective residents should make note of this requirement when applying for housing beginning February 10, 2018.
Minimum Credit Hours Appeal Process:
If exceptional or extenuating circumstances might keep a student from meeting the minimum credit hours requirement during their time on campus an appeal can be submitted. These circumstances may include medical, financial hardship, expected graduation, or other “unique and unusual” considerations. In order to live on campus with less than the required amount of credits an exception must be granted. Please fill out the “Request for Credit-Hour Exception” form below. We will begin processing your request upon completion of the form. Should you have questions on the form or about the process, please contact Michael Pepe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students will be notified of their approval or denial via their Umail account.
Some spaces within Sage Point will be adjusted beginning Fall 2018. Following this change, all configurations of “Deluxe” room types will change. Additional spaces are also being reviewed in order to create more residential spaces.
Prospective residents will see these new room configurations when signing up for housing through Housing U online beginning February 10, 2018.
Changes will go into effect beginning with Fall 2018 Contracts. This information will be reflected in the Housing Sign-Up process beginning February 10, 2018. Should you have questions regarding these changes, please contact our office at email@example.com or 801-587-2002.
|Winter Stayover 2017||Winter Stayover applications are processed through the University Guest House. Students can make a reservation at any time and do not need to apply through HRE. More details are available here.|
|Spring 2018||Housing application will open November 1, 2017. Some spaces are available, please call our office if you have questions.|
|2018-2019 Academic Year||Housing application will become available February 10, 2018.|
|2018 Summer||Housing application will become available March 30, 2018.|
May Stayover: Application available starting March 30, due April 20. *Must be a Spring & Summer 2018 resident to apply.
August Stayover: Application available starting July 2, due July 20. *Must be a Summer 2018 resident and have a 2018-2019 contract to apply.
Please be aware that it normally takes 24-48 hours from the first time a student logs in to the Campus Information Systems (CIS) page for the Housing U section to show on new student’s CIS page.
The application consist of three sections:
Section 1: Application
Fill out contact information, view and agree to the Housing & Residential Education policies, sign an electronic agreement and paying the $125 non-refundable application fee. Students must complete section 1 to receive a reservation time.
Section 2: Roommate Search & Living Learning Communities
Students do not have to be paired with a roommate to reserve a room during their reservation time. Roommate matching is based on what students selected in their profile questions in section 1.
We have created this series of screenshots so that you can see the roommate selection process and options:
Living Learning and Theme Communities (Optional) :
Complete the Living Learning Community (LLC) application and agreement
- Make sure to review the Living Learning and Theme communities you are interested in as some require a separate application to the partner.
- There is an earlier priority date for the application consideration for Living Learning and Theme Communities. We want to ensure students interested in these communities have an option to reserve prior to the start of the other residential communities.
Section 3: Reservation
Students will be able to select a room, choose a meal plan and add optional services. Students will also be required to pay the $200 reservation fee within 72 hours of selecting a room.
Housing Application Checklist
Sample Housing Agreement
This agreement is a copy of the agreement that students agree to in the housing application process for reference.
If you no longer intend to live on campus, please visit the Move Out page, paying particular attention to the Contract Cancellation information. In addition, if you are a newly admitted student and you will not be attending the University of Utah, please contact the HRE Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-587-2002. In addition, you will need to alert the Office of Admissions, follow the “Not Attending” link on the right hand side of the page and complete the survey.