The room assignment process, along with the various housing options available to students, is designed to give students a substantial amount of flexibility and diversity in choosing a housing arrangement.
Eight semesters of housing are guaranteed for residential students who pay their tuition deposit by the published deadline each semester and do not lose housing eligibility due to disciplinary or academic deficiency, a move off campus, or a change to part-time status. Additionally, all first- and second-year students (and third-year students beginning with the class of 2015) are required to live on campus. In mid-spring of each year, students who are eligible for and who want to live in the residence halls during the following year participate in the Fall Room and Dining Selection Process. This process allows students to select their room, with a roommate or suitemates, depending on priority number. Selection of an assignment is completed during the online housing process and the submission of the electronic Residence Hall and Dining Agreement for the following year. See www.wfu.edu/dining for more information on dining services.
Please review the Guide to Community Living for important details about residency, cost, terms and eligibility.