Begin Your On Campus Living Experience To begin your experience of living on campus, sign up online through the Regis Housing Portal. If you need assistance, please see the Housing Sign-up Walk-through Packet. **For your specific housing application dates and requirements, please click on your class (First-Year, Transfer, Upperclass Student, or Graduate Student) and the anticipated semester in the column to the left. Learn more about our Residency Requirements. First-Year& TransferUpperclassStudentsSpecialRequestsSummerSessionSpringSessionFAQs If you are going to be a first-year student for the upcoming academic year, you are eligible to live in either O'Connell Hall or DeSmet Hall. In addition, select first-year students may be allowed to live in a small first-year community in West Hall. If you are going to be an incoming transfer student for the upcoming academic year and you 1) have lived in a college/university residence hall for at least two consecutive semesters (not including summer) or 2) are over the age of 21, you are eligible to live in either West Hall, Residence Village, Ignatian Village or Pomponio Village. Important Dates May 2013 May 15th, 2013 9 a.m. Living Learning Community Application Opens for First-Year Students May 24th, 2013 5 p.m. Living Learning Community Priority Application Deadline (Applications will be accepted past this date, but priority will be given to those students who complete the application by this deadline.) May 29th, 2013 9 a.m. Regis Housing Portal Opens and Housing Sign-up Begins (All incoming first-year/transfer students interested in living on campus for the 2012-2013 must sign-up within the electronic housing portal.) May 29th, 2013 9 a.m. Start Picking Roommates May 31st, 2013 Living Learning Community Decision Letters sent Via Regis email accounts for those students who completed the application by the priority deadline June 2013 June 20th, 2013 Priority (Guaranteed) Deadline- Must have application completed June 20th, 2013 Must have roommate selected July 2013 July 12th, 2013 Housing Assignment Letters sent via postal service How the Sign-up Process Works STEP 1 Pay deposit with the Regis College Office of Admissions at 303.458.4900 and notify them that you would like to stay on campus. STEP 2 Get your Regis Email Address and Login Information and obtain a RegisNet ID/password. STEP 3 Start your Housing Application Use your RegisNet ID (Regis email address without the "@regis.edu") and password. We strongly encourage students to process their own application. At this time you will also select which residence hall you wish to live in, either O'Connell Hallor DeSmet Hall for first-year students. Transfer students (those of sophomore and academic standing or higher) have the option of West Hall or Residence Village. Please be aware that although we try to acommodate your first choice, this is not always possible. If you wish to live in a Living Learning Community complete the application as part of your housing application by 5:00 p.m. May 24th, 2013. STEP 4 Search for your roommate Log into the Regis Housing Portal and select the Roommate Section of your housing application. You can browse by percentages based on your Profile Questions (the higher the percent, the closer the match) or by name and email address for a specific person. STEP 5 Receive notification on July 12th, 2013 of your housing assignment for the 2012-2013 academic year. We will automatically assign you and your roommate to a room in O'Connell Hall or DeSmet Hall. If you did not select a roommate we will select one for you based on your profile questionsin your housing application. Transfer students will also be notified of placement in West Hall or Residence Village by July 20th, 2012 If you have questions about the Housing Sign-up Process, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. If you have further questions please contact the Office of Residence Life, Housing & Event Services at 303.458.4991 or email our team. Disclaimer The Housing Sign-up policies and procedures were developed in consultation with students and administrators at the University. The information contained in this website and in all Housing Sign-up publications may change after further consultation. When major changes occur, we will notify all students. Any actual or perceived inconsistency between this website and publications as well as the resolution of situations not addressed in either shall be solely at the discretion of the Associate Director of Residence Life, Housing & Event Services or designee. How the Sign-up Process Works Sign-up to live on campus for the 2013-2014 academic year via the REGIS Housing Portal and pay the $300 housing deposit online or with the Cashier's Office at 303.458.4129 (this option requires you to call Residence Life with your receipt number). At this time, you will elect to go through the West Hall selection process, the Residence Village selection process, the Pomponio Village or the Ignatian Village selection process. STEP 2 Select your roommates or groups online at the Regis Housing Portal If you are electing to live in Residence Village, you must select a group leader (the person who creates the group). This person will be given the room selection time slot and will be responsible for selecting the Residence Village unit and individual rooms for the group. STEP 3 Receive notification of your room selection time slot. Your group leader will recieve a time slot and select the the room/unit for your entire group STEP 4 For those students interested in living in the Residence Village, select your room/unit on March 13th in accordance with your room selection time slot. . For those student interested in living in West Hall, select your room/unit on March 14th in accordance with your room selection time slot. If you have questions about the housing sign-up process please visit the Frequently Asked Questions tab. If you have further questions please contact the Office of Residence Life, Housing, & Event Services at 303.458.4991 or by email. If you are interested in living on campus for the 2013-2014 academic year, please log into the Regis Housing Portal to sign-up. January 29th, 2013 Regis Housing Application Opens at 9:00 a.m. February 8th, 2013 LLC Application Closes at 5:00 p.m. February 11th and 12th, 2013 Pomponio and LLC Interviews February 15th, 2013 Residence Village Groups Must Be Finalized February 18th, 2013 LLC Decision Letters Sent Out by 5:00 p.m. February 19th, 2013 Residence Village Groups Notified of Acceptance Status February 20th , 2013 Roommate Selection Process Opens at 9:00 a.m. February 22nd, 2013 Final Date to Cancel Housing Application without Charge February 28th, 2013 Priority Deadline for Applications March 11th, 2013 Room Selection Timeslots Emailed to Regis Emails March 13th, 2013 Residence Village Room Selections March 14th, 2013 West Hall Room Selections March 22nd, 2013 Room Assignment Letters Sent Out If you have a disability or medical condition that requires you to have special accommodations such as a single room, please submit your written request with the below required documentation by a doctor or licensed mental health professional by the request due date of each year to Student Disability Services. Please do not submit documentation to Residence Life. Documentation must be on letterhead from a physician or licensed mental health professional and include the following: A diagnosis. Is impact of the condition life threatening if the request is not met? Is there a negative health impact that may be permanent if the request is not met? Is the request an integral component of a treatment plan for the condition in question? What is the likely impact on academic performance if the request is not met? What is the likely impact on social development if the request is not met? A decision about your request will be made by a panel of professionals who will notify you of the decision in writing. Please note these decisions are kept confidential. Disability/medical requests will be evaluated in conjunction with the housing sign up timeline. *Please be aware rates may vary based upon accommodation needs. Important Dates for Disability/Medical Housing Requests Upperclassman Requests Due: March 12th First-year and Transfer Requests Due: June 20th First-year and Transfer Decisions Sent Out: June 28th Disability/Medical Housing Requests for Returning Students All students MUST reapply for a disability or medical single room each academic year. If you wish to continue having a disability or medical single room or would like to request a disability or medical single room for the 2013-14 academic year, you must submit current and complete documentation to Student Disability Services by March 12th, 2013. For questions, please contact the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services. Summer Housing On campus housing is available to undergraduate students currently enrolled in Regis College or Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions. Students will reside in a Residence Village unit or in an off-campus house (Ignatian Village). Throughout the summer, there is a student staff presence in each summer housing site, 24 hour emergency on-call staff support, and building access by a room key only. Summer Housing Application Summer Housing Rates Double Room = $200 per week or any portion of a week Single Room* = $250 per week or any portion of a week *On a space available basis Application Process The application for summer housing can be found at the top of this page. Students may apply for housing from March 25 through April 16. Students must be enrolled in Summer Session to stay on-campus during the summer. Housing is available and will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Anyone not signed up for housing by April 16 runs the risk of not being housed. Students with questions should contact the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services at 303.458.4991 or by email. Residence Hall Check-in/Check-out Procedures For Fall semester, please refer to your housing assignments letter for check-in information, as dates and times vary according to academic standing. For Spring semester, check-in will be from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on the Sunday prior to the beginning of each session. Any other arrangement needs to be made in advance with the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services. Students may check out any time prior to 12p.m. noon on the Saturday following the conclusion of the session in which they are enrolled. Students will not be able to stay longer or arrive any earlier without prior approval. Students who need special accommodations should notify the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services when applying for on-campus living. Community Guides Regis University encourages its summer students to enjoy our campus facilities. However, consistent with its educational mission, Regis University reserves the right to regulate and/or prohibit certain activities within the boundaries of the campus. All summer students are required to abide by the Student Code of Conduct as outlined in the Student Handbook. Students in violation of the Code of Conduct may be removed from their summer housing and will be processed through the Regis University disciplinary system. The housing sign-up process for Spring typically will open on Monday, October 24th To sign up, please go to the Housing Sign-up webpage. Returning from Study Abroad, a Transfer Student or just want to move on campus for your spring semester? Our online housing application will open on Monday, October 24th. You may also apply through the Regis Housing Portal. Are there certain academic requirements that must be met in order to be eligible to live in the residence halls? Yes. You must be enrolled in 12 credit hours per semester at Regis University for undergraduates, and at least 6 credit hours for graduate students . First-year students are eligible to live in DeSmet Hall or O'Connell Hall. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to live in West Hall, Residence Village, Pomponio Village or Ignatian Village. Can I request a single room? Single rooms are available upon request; however they are limited in availability. What happens if my roommate withdraws from Housing? When a vacancy occurs in a room, the remaining student(s) have the opportunity to identify a student to fill that vacancy within a time specified by Residence Life. Should the student(s) not be successful in identifying a student, the Residence Life staff will fill the vacancy through consolidation or, when available, offer the student a buy-out for a single room. The Residence Life staff may also consolidate vacancies and relocate students to other rooms in that specific residence hall. Can I live on campus for only one semester? No. The housing contract is for the full academic year. After signing the housing contract you are obligated to live on campus and pay for the full academic year. However there are five ways that, when the housing cancellation process is followed, Residence Life, Housing & Event Services will release a student from their housing contract: for documented medical accommodations that Regis University cannot accommodate documented financial duress participation in a Regis University semester long study abroad program graduation transferring to another institution of higher education Please note that in order to apply for housing cancellation you must complete and submit the Housing Cancellation Form within the required timelines located on the Refund Charts. How can I get exempt from the Residency Requirement? Please click Regis University Residency Requirement for more information. What if I do not want to submit an online payment? Then you must go to the Cashier's Office 303.458.4129 located in Main Hall 1st floor and make the payment. Once you do so you need to go to the Office of Residence Life, Housing and Event Services with the original receipt from the Cashier's Office indicating your payment. At this time we can go into the system and allow you to continue to sign-up for housing. What if I can't locate my preferred roommate when I search in the online application? Your preferred roommate must submit an online application for the same term as you, otherwise a match will not be found. Please check with your preferred roommate to ensure that they have submitted an application and requested the same term. I missed my sign-up time slot, what do I do? You may access the portal during your assigned time slot or during subsequent time slots. The process closes at a predetermined time, so you will need to select and confirm your assignment by the closing time of the specific step. If you fail to confirm by the closing time, your assignment may be voided and the vacancy filled. I don't meet the qualifications to live off-campus, will anyone notice or care if I just move to off-campus housing? Living on campus is viewed as an integral part of your education, hence the Regis University Residency Requirement. Students not meeting this requirement will be required to move to on-campus housing and will find their housing options very limited. Students may obtain and submit and Exemption Request Form from the Office of Residence Life, Housing & Event Services. Please be aware that exemptions are granted only for specific reasons and not granted in many cases. If you haven't received an exemption , you should sign-up for housing. If you don't your housing options will be very limited. Can I sign-up to live in a Living-Learning Community after the housing sign-up process? Yes if space is available in the LLC. However, the LLC selection process runs simultaneously alongside the housing sign-up process. What if I don't get selected to live in a Living-Learning Community? To uphold the integrity of the LLC program at Regis University, a limited number of residents may be approved to live in a particular LLC. However, if space is not available after the the LLC selection process you will still have time to find a roommate and be eligible for the housing sign-up process. Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors What happens if I don't sign-up for housing by the March deadline? All rising Sophomores who fail to sign-up for housing by the deadline will automatically be assigned to a building and room. All rising Juniors and Seniors who fail to sign-up for housing by the deadline will have a limited chance of securing housing and will need to contact the Office of Residence Life, Housing & Event Services. What happens if I request a single, I do not receive one, and I no longer wish to live on campus? If you are not selected to receive a single room and you wish to live off campus for the academic year, you will be eligible to cancel your housing application and receive a refund of 100% of your deposit if you meet the posted deadline. In order to receive and be granted a refund, you must cancel your housing contract and notify the Office of Residence Life, Housing & Event Services by 5p.m. by the posted deadline. If you fail to notify the Office of Residence Life, Housing & Event Services by this date and time, you will be held to your Housing Contract. If I want to live in Residence Village, how many roommates do I need? With the increase in students who will be living on campus in the Fall of 2011, it is strongly encouraged that if you would like to live in Residence Village please find 5 other roommates to live with (including you, a total of 6). Residence Village is townhouse style and houses 6 residents in 3 double rooms. Those students who have a total of 6 residents to a townhouse will get priority selection over those who don't have a total of 6 residents. If I want to live in West Hall how many roommates do I need? In order to live in West Hall you will need to find one other roommate (including you, a total of 2). West Hall is suite style with two double rooms that share a bathroom. It is recommended that you select a suite with those who you know because you will be sharing a bathroom. However, this is not a requirement for housing sign-up and it is also not guaranteed that you will be sharing a suite with people you know. How do I find a roommate/roommates? Each student who has completed the housing application will be able to go into the housing portal and select their roommate(s) by the posted Housing sign-up dates. When you select the required number of roommates you will be asked to select a Housing Sign-Up Group Leader. This person will receive a lottery number and time slot to sign-up for the groups room/town-home. Do I need to submit another deposit? Yes. If you are a current on-campus resident, your housing deposit from the previous year does not carry forward to the following year. Will all sophomores be able to secure on campus housing for next year? All students who are covered by the Regis University Residency Requirement will be required to live on campus for the 2011-2012 academic year and thus are guaranteed housing for that year. Even though you are guaranteed housing you still need to go through the Housing Sign-Up process. If you don't, your housing options will be very limited and you will be automatically assigned to the vacant spaces on campus. I will be a rising Junior or Senior next year and I want to sign-up for my current room but don't want to live with my current roommate next year. Who has priority for our current room? If both are qualified, the roommate with the earliest time slot would be given first access to sign up for the room on Room Selection Day. If both have the same time slot, then the room is available on a first-come, first-served basis. The roommate who is not successful during the same room process will remain eligible to find another room. We strongly suggest that you discuss your plans with your current roommate to avoid conflicts on Room Selection Day. However, someone with an earlier time slot can select your room; you are NOT given priority.