Current Student Housing Selection
Housing Selection for Current Students
This page applies to students who are currently taking classes. It contains information on selecting a housing assignment for the next academic year, and on how to change room assignments during the current academic year.
Your agreement for college housing is for the ENTIRE academic year and may not be broken between the fall and spring semesters.
Room Selection for the Next Academic Year
Unlike new students coming to Delhi for the first time who are assigned rooms and roommates, returning students select their own housing assignments and roommates. Students who do not participate in the process will be assigned a room on a space-available basis.
Housing Selection Summary
- Pay a $100 housing deposit at Student Financial Services or through Bronco Web by
Tuesday, March 29, 2022.
If you are experiencing exceptional circumstances resulting in a problem paying the deposit, you may request a housing deposit waiver. Go to “Forms” on the Residence Life web page (delhi.edu/reslife).
- Complete the online Housing Agreement and Request Form by Wednesday, March 30, 2022.
If you want to live in Catskill Hall or the Riverview Townhouses, you must also complete an additional paper form available in the Residence Life Office, 111 Catskill Hall, by 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 and participate in the housing lottery for Catskill Hall.
- Select your housing assignment and roommate online.
You will be assigned times to log in and select your assignment from available spaces.
|Tuesday, February 15, 2022||Housing Agreement and Request Form Opens at 9 a.m.
|Tuesday, February 15, 2022||Supplemental Forms for Catskill Hall/Riverview Townhouses available in the Office of Residence Life, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Friday, March 18, 2022||Housing Deposit Due for Catskill Hall/Riverview Townhouse Selection|
|Sunday, March 20, 2022||Housing Agreement and Request Forms Due for Catskill Hall/Riverview Townhouse Selection|
|Wednesday, March 23, 2022||Supplemental Forms for Catskill Hall/Riverview Townhouses due in the Office of Residence
Life by 2 p.m.
|Thursday, March 24, 2022||Times Released at 4 p.m. for students participating in the In-Person Room Selection for Catskill Hall via SUNY Delhi Email.|
|Monday, March 28, 2022||Deposit Waiver Requests Due|
|Tuesday, March 29, 2022||Catskill Hall In-Person Room Selection in Okun Theatre beginning at 6 p.m.
|Tuesday, March 29, 2022||Housing Deposits for Phase 1 Room Selection Due|
|Wednesday, March 30, 2022||Housing Agreement and Request Forms Due for Phase 1 Room Selection|
|Thursday, March 31, 2022||Times Released at 4 p.m. for Phase 1 Room Selection. Log in to the Student Housing Management System to see your room selection time.|
|Friday, April 1, 2022||Riverview and Catskill Hall Suite Room Assignments will be posted. Log in to the Student Housing Management System to see your assignment.|
|Friday, April 1, 2022||Accommodation documentation due|
|Monday, April 4, 2022 to Sunday, April 10, 2022||Phase 1 Room Selection|
|Tuesday, April 19, 2022||Deposit waiver requests due|
|Wednesday, April 20, 2022||Housing Deposits for Phase 2 Room Selection Due|
|Thursday, April 21, 2022||Housing Agreement and Request Forms Due for Phase 2 Room Selection|
|Friday, April 22, 2022||
Times Released at 4 p.m. for Phase 2 Room Selection. Log in to the Student Housing Management System to see your room selection time.
|Tuesday, April 26, 2022 to Friday, April 29, 2022||Phase 2 Room Selection|
Students who do not go through the housing selection process will be assigned on a space-available basis after most of the new students for the fall have been assigned a space.
Student Housing Management System login page
This is where you can access the housing agreement and request form, check to see if you have been assigned to Catskill Hall or Riverview Townhouses for 2022-23, or check to see if you have been assigned login times to select your own housing assignment during the week of April 4.
Changing Room Assignments During the Current Academic Year
If you are interested in changing your room during the current academic year, you should speak to your Residence Hall Director for assistance and further information. All room changes must be approved by the Residence Hall Director or Office of Residence Life. Failure to obtain approval may result in additional charges and needing to move back to the original space you were assigned to.
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