Room Draw Processes


Please see the Living Learning website for details about each community and its residency expectations. 

LLC room assignments for fall term are made by hand, rather than through online selection. Assignments are made taking into consideration your LLC preference order, advisor feedback on applications, space available in each community, as well as your roommate group (if you are part of one) and housing priority number.

If accepted to an LLC, you are committed to live in that LLC and are not eligible for other fall housing options.


The cost of living in an on-campus or Summit apartment is the same as living in other on-campus residences. Students in roommate groups for the apartments can belong to different House Communities.

  • Maxwell & Channing Cox - 4-person apartments (all private bedrooms) with 1 bathroom
  • Ledyard Apartments - 4-person apartments (1 double & 2 singles) with 1 bathroom, one 3-person apartment (double & single) with 1 bathroom
  • North Park Apartments (7 & 9 Ivy Lane, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 & 24 North Park Street) - a few single apartments (studio style) with 1 bathroom, 4-person apartments (all private bedrooms) with 2 bathrooms
  • Summit on Juniper - single apartments (1 bedroom, 1 bathroom), one 3-person apartment (3 private bedrooms, 2 bathrooms), 2-person apartment (2 private bedrooms, 2 bathrooms), 4-person apartment (4 private bedrooms, 2 bathrooms)

To be eligible for an apartment, you must be part of a roommate group that can fill all the beds in the apartment. The student with the best housing priority number should create the group for the roommate(s) to join.  All members must have completed applications (a confirmation email is sent when an application is completed).  If you are going for one of the single apartments, you do should not be part of a roommate group.  

Roommate groups can be deleted or changed at any point up until an apartment is selected.  Should you not select an apartment, you can (if applicable) delete the roommate group and start over for your House Community.

If you select an apartment through the Apartment Room Draw, the assignment is for fall term. When winter term housing information is released in late September, and spring term information in mid-January, you need to confirm if you plan to return to the apartment. 

If you enter the Apartment Room Draw but are not able to secure an apartment, you will receive a time slot to try and select a room in your House Community Room Draw.


If you have medical and/or disability related need that you believe may impact what room type you need, be sure you have submitted your Fall housing application by April 11, 2024 at 2pm (EST). Management of housing accommodation/adjustment is a joint process through the Housing Office and Student Accessibility Services (SAS). Requests for accommodations start with the Student Accessibility Services form. If approved for an accommodation through Student Accessibility Services office, Undergraduate Housing will work with you on your housing based on their recommendation, your housing preferences, and available space. If you are already registered with SAS, you can email your SAS advisor, or email their main office at

If you have a cultural and/or faith-based practice you believe may qualify for a religious housing accommodation, be sure to submit your Fall housing application by April 11, 2024 at 2pm (EST) and submit the Residential Life Religious Accommodation Request form. Once your form is submitted you will meet with a Chaplain to review your situation (after submitting the form you will be contacted to set up a time to discuss your application)

If approved for an accommodation, Undergraduate Housing will work with you on your housing based on the Chaplain's recommendation, your housing preferences, and available space.

Assignments for students approved for housing accommodations will be sent out by April 19th.


If you plan to live in your Greek organization's residential space, you must work with your Greek house to confirm your space on the house roster. The final roster is due into the Housing Office on April 11, 2024. If you are on the roster you must sign your contract rider on DartHub, Housing StarPortal by April 18, 2024. Each Greek house must be at their required minimum occupancy by then. If they are not, all members of that organization will be prevented from participating in other fall housing processes until the minimum occupancy has been met.


If you want to live in your House Community you will indicate this preference on your housing application. For details on room types and designations please visit your House Community page.