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Published on March 3, 2014

Author: HofstraUniversity

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Room Selection: Room Selection Your step by step guide to The General Selection Process Things to do Prior to Participating in Room Selection: Things to do Prior to Participating in Room Selection Pay your $300 Housing Deposit Complete Housing Application How to Select a Room During General Selection: How to Select a Room During General Selection Log onto my.hofstra.edu Select “Student Services” button How to Select a Room During General Selection: How to Select a Room During General Selection 3. Select “Residential Programs” menu How to Select a Room During General Selection Process: How to Select a Room During General Selection Process 4. Select “General Selection Process” link to participate in the selection process. How to Select a Room During General Selection Process: How to Select a Room During General Selection Process 5. Click “submit” and follow the instructions to complete the Student Housing Application Completing Your Housing Application: Completing Your Housing Application Please verify that the information you submit in your housing application is accurate, including your contact information and interest in TLCs. Completing Your Housing Application: Completing Your Housing Application Complete your housing preferences in the order in which you prefer them. Your preferred roommate’s information MUST be listed in the first line. Enter 1 additional person if you are looking for a double. Enter 2 additional people if you are looking for a triple. Enter 3 additional people if you are looking for a suite. Things to Remember When Selecting a Room: Things to Remember When Selecting a Room The room MUST be filled to capacity If you want to live in a double room you MUST also select a roommate. Indicates that the room is currently full and no student can be pulled in. Indicates current residents. Things to Remember When Selecting a Room: Things to Remember When Selecting a Room Have your roommate list your name and Hofstra ID # on their application. List roommate/suitemates. Things to Remember When Selecting a Room: Things to Remember When Selecting a Room In order to select a particular roommate in Colonial Square or Nassau/Suffolk Halls you MUST list that individual FIRST in the specific roommate request section of the application. The first person listed will be your actual roommate. Example: Searching for a Single: Example: Searching for a Single Selecting your Room Type Your selected room type based on the number of people in your group. Example: Selecting Your Single Room: Example: Selecting Your Single Room Select your building preference Your selected room type based on the number of people in your group. Drop down menus to select your housing preference. List of available single rooms throughout campus. FAQ #1 : FAQ #1 I’m looking for a kind of room/area that is no longer available. What do I do? You have two options: Re-structure your group size and/or breakdown so that you are able to find an option that meets your new needs. You should then remove the any people you no longer intend to live with from your preferred roommate list. Request to be Administratively Assigned by Residential Programs by indicating “YES” to this option on your housing application. Remove the people you no longer intend to live with. Check “YES” only if you want Residential Programs to assign you to a space which they choose based on your preferences. FAQ #2 : FAQ #2 I’d like to pull a friend in to live with me, but the system says that there is no room. What do I do? You may not exceed the capacity of the room. It may be necessary to speak with your roommate. If they are not planning to return, they must still release their space in order for you to pull someone in. Checking either option will release your space. FAQ #3 : FAQ #3 I logged in to select my space, but saw the screen below. What does it mean? You could be seeing this screen for several of the following reasons: “N” means you are not a current resident, which is required to participate. “N” means you must complete (or update) your housing application. “Y” means you have already been assigned a space for Fall 2013 and may not select again. “N” means you have a balance with SFS that should be paid before participating. This is your scheduled time to select housing. FAQ #4 : FAQ #4 I logged in to select my space, but saw the screen below. I’ve already paid my deposit. What does it mean? It is possible that your housing deposit was applied to an existing balance on your student account. Checking either option will release your space. FAQ #5 : FAQ #5 Q: My preferred roommate is a commuter and does not meet the “current resident” requirement. May I still request them? A: Yes, as long as they meet all other eligibility requirements. During the General Selection process, current residential students who wish to live with a commuter must come to the Office of Residential Programs on their designated selection date to be administratively assigned a space with that commuting student. Final Submission: Final Submission By clicking the “I Agree” button you are agreeing to “The Residential Living Agreement”, “The Living Factor” and “The Code of Community Standards”. Final Notification: Final Notification Students will not have the ability to access their Housing Applications to make any changes once they have selected a room for the upcoming academic year. Dining Services: Dining Plans : Dining Services: Dining Plans Dining Services: Dining Plans : Dining Services: Dining Plans 1. Confirm your personal information is accurate. 2. Select the meal plan of your preference. 3. Submit your choice. Notice: If you decline at this time and do not return to select a meal plan, the minimum plan will be selected on your behalf. Your Housing Confirmation: Your Housing Confirmation This is your confirmation screen on the housing application. This is an example of the email you will receive once your housing selection is confirmed.

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