FREQUENTLY ASKED HRL QUESTIONS
Fall 2020/Spring 2021
You may apply and pay for Housing after you have been accepted to the University. The Housing Application fee is non-refundable. The application is available in the Housing Portal.
No, You may pay by the following methods:
- Online via the Housing portal
- In person to the University Cashier
- Send check or money order via mail (Campus Box 939)
The beds in University Suites, University Towers and Viking Tower are regular twin-sized beds. Beds in Viking Village singles are full sized. Beds in Viking Village Suites are regular twin-size beds.
The room rate per residence hall varies based on room type. View room rates here Fall 2020 - Spring 2021 Residence Hall Rates
No, currently we do not have an on-campus requirement.
Yes, all boarding students are required to have a meal plan. New First Time Freshmen are required to have the 19-meal plan. All other students may select from a 10, 15, 19 meal plans or a 120 or 160 block meal plan.
If assigned to a double room, you may be assigned a roommate at any time during the semester.
Housing will make students aware of when or if they may change rooms. If moving to a higher priced room, students must be able to afford the upcharge. It is the responsibility of the student to check with Student Accounts and/or Financial Aid to see if they can afford the cost. If a room change is made after refunds have been processed, the student must be able to pay the cost up front.
Yes, see below for current classification assignments:
- University Suites: Seniors & Juniors
- University Towers: New Freshmen
- Viking Tower: Sophomores, Freshmen, New Freshmen
- Viking Village: Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores
No, Housing does not provide microwaves or refrigerators. Students may supply their own microwave (1000 watts or less) and refrigerator (up to 5 cubic feet).
Yes, you will be assigned to the same room.
For winter break 2020, students will be required to take personal belongings home. Facilities will be performing cleaning and sanitizing in the residence halls. Larger items such as refrigerators and microwaves may be left at the student’s discretion. The University is not responsible for the loss, theft and or damage to personal belongings.
Please view proper way to address your mail here University Postal Service
Students are required to leave the residence halls during:
- Winter Break
- Spring Break
- The end of the spring semester
- The end of summer sessions
See the Community Director of your residence hall.
The hiring process for Resident Assistants’ begins during the spring semester. There will be mandatory interest meetings. Be on the lookout for information via email and social media. Please express your interest to your Community Director.
Our residence halls are staffed 24 hours day. Our staff consist of:
- Community Directors
- Resident Assistants’
- Residential Security Officers
The University assumes no responsibility for your lost, stolen, or damaged property. We suggest that you obtain renters insurance to cover your items while away at school. Please view form here Personal Property Insurance
Yes, all of our residence halls are co-ed.
Contact your residence hall staff (Community Director, RA or RSO).
Yes, you may drop Housing at any time; however, charges will apply based on the date you move out of your room.
Assignments are made based on date of payment. If your request is not granted it could be due to non-payment of the requested student. (It is best that you both pay at the same time). Also, your requested roommate must also request to be your roommate.