Spring Housing

Spring Housing Registration (Irving) will take place the week of November 9, 2015.

Fall Romers 

Please see the information here

Current Irving Residents 

All current Irving residents must complete this very brief online "HOUSING VERIFICATION FORM" available after logging into your Crusader Connect account. If you wish to remain in your current location, this is the ONLY  housing form that you need to complete.  Irving residents who otherwise wish to make any changes must read the additional information below after completing the housing verification form. Please review the detailed information regarding the mandatory University of Dallas Residency Requirement for all undergraduates.

General Information

If you are a current campus resident and WISH TO MOVE to another location in the Spring...

FRESHMEN:

If you intend to remain on campus, but wish to move to another freshman hall or change roommates, you must complete and submit a Room Change Request Form.

  • Complete the entire top portion of the form and then submit to the Office of Student Affairs. Form completion includes obtaining your current roommate's signature,  your proposed new roommate's signature and the signature of your RA. Form submissions do not automatically guarantee reassignment.
  • While early submissions will be accepted in the Office of Student Affairs, they will be held for processing during housing registration week. You will be notified after housing registration week of the results of your request by email.

UPPERCLASSMEN:

If you intend to remain on campus, but wish to move to another location within 'Clark Hall' or student apartments (as a current apartment resident) or change roommates, you must complete and submit a Room Change Request Form.

  • Complete the entire top portion of the form and then submit to the Office of Student Affairs. Form completion includes obtaining your current roommate's signature, your proposed new roommate's signature and the signature of your RA. Form submissions do not automatically guarantee reassignment.
  • While early submissions will be accepted in the Office of Student Affairs, they will be held for processing during housing registration week. You will be notified after housing registration week of the results of your request by email.
  • If you wish to room with a returning Romer, please give their name on any form or email that you submit to the Office of Student Affairs.  In turn, they must make the same request using their own online request form. Only mutual requests will be considered.

Spring Romers

If you have been formally accepted into the spring Rome program, you do NOT need to complete any form other than the above "Housing Verification Form".  However, if you are on the 'wait' list for Rome, be sure to also indicate your backup housing plan on this same form in the event that you may remain in Irving.

Qualifications for Official Commuter Status

Click on this link for detailed information regarding the mandatory University of Dallas Residency Requirement.

If as a current Irving campus resident, you DO qualify for for official 'Commuter Status' [age 21 before the start of the spring semester; senior standing (90 credit hours); married; veteran; or commuter living with parents locally], for the spring and you choose to break your housing contract, you MUST submit this online Commuter Form marking all appropriate boxes. Residents who qualify mid-year for official 'Commuter Status' are not automatically removed from campus housing.  Housing contracts are by the academic year and not by semester.  You will still qualify for return of your housing deposit as long as your completed form is submitted online prior to December 1, 2015.

Those who do NOT qualify for official 'commuter' status but wish to live off-campus will generally fall into one of the below categories.

  • FINANCIAL Undergraduates with financial concerns about the cost of living on campus must contact the Financial Aid Office and must have a current FASFA on file. The Office of Student Affairs is not responsible for releasing students from the residency requirement due to financial issues. The Financial Aid Office may be contacted via email HERE (to taryn@udallas.edu) or by phone call to 972.721.5266.
  • MEDICAL An email may be sent to Dor Madere, Student Affairs Director HERE  (to dmadere@udallas.edu) outlining the general details of any medical issues creating a need that cannot be met by living on campus. Be prepared to also submit medical documentation which supports the request based upon medical necessity.
  • PERSONAL "I want to live with my friends across the street" does not automatically qualify anyone for official 'commuter' status. Students who make these types of statements still fall under the mandatory residency requirement without exception and will continue to be billed accordingly for on-campus housing for the remainder of the academic year while enrolled as a full-time undergraduate.

If you CURRENTLY COMMUTE and wish to move ON CAMPUS in the Spring

Contact the Office of Student Affairs via email HERE (to bboop@udallas.edu) to check availability. Upon assignment you will be required to submit both a $200 housing deposit and a housing contract before the assignment is official. Contact the Office of Student Affairs with any additional questions.

Interterm Housing - $300

Click HERE for information regarding Interterm housing on campus.  

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