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Spring 2020 Housing Application

The housing application and room assignment period is now here! Whether your a current student on an off-campus program or a student on a leave of absence, you will find information and resources below about how to get on-campus housing.

The 2020 Spring Housing Application will allow you to submit preferences about where you would like to be placed in our on-campus residence halls. If you want a single room, here's where you ask for it.  If you want to live with someone in particular, this is the form for you.

The College House Common Application allows you to submit your interest in an existing college house. The information you submit in this form is then sent to the student convener(s) and, if this is a theme house, the faculty advisor for the house you are interested in so they can consider you.


Housing Application Calendar for Spring 2020

Spring 2020 Housing Applications available for new and returning Earlham College students. Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Priority Deadline for Spring 2020 Housing Applications Sunday, November 24, 2019 
First Round of Housing Assignment Emails (if applied no later than Sunday, November 24th) Friday, November 29, 2019
All Spring 2020 applications due to the Office of Residence Life. Saturday, December 21, 2019
Second Round of Housing Assignment Emails (if application was submitted after Sunday, November 24th)
Starts Friday,December 6, 2019
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