The Department of Residential Life uses the Room and Meal Plan Selection process as a way for current residents to reserve a residence hall room for the 2014-2015 academic year. The process will begin on March 18, 2014 and end on April 10, 2014. Current students can still submit a housing application after April 10, but they will not be able to select their room; a room will be assigned to them by Residential Life staff later in the summer. The Department of Residential Life welcomes all current residents to return next year to live on-campus.
We value your choice to live with us in the residence halls and we recognize those residents who have contributed positively to the BSU community. We genuinely hope you will choose to continue living with us next year. We are confident that the residence halls will continue to be a community that enhances your college experience and personal growth. So sign up for a room for next year!
2014-2015 Room and Meal Plan Selection Timeline
|Priority Point Worksheets Due||February 28|
(for those residents in Birch Hall, Linden Hall or Tamarack 7th through 12th floors)
Priority Point Winners
(residents of Oak Hall, Pine Hall, and Tamarack 2nd through 6th floors)
Same Hall, Different Room; Different Hall
|Off-Campus Students||April 7|
|Room Selection Celebration!||April 9|
Each day during the Room and Meal Plan Selection Process, the Department of Residential Life will update floor plans to reflect which rooms have been selected. This is subject to change, based on the rooms that are chosen by residents after the floor plans have been updated. (floor plans will be posted once this process begins again in Spring 2015)
The Department of Residential Life uses a Priority Point Process (PPP) to determine eligibility for limited special room options. The PPP is a program designed to recognize our residents through a chance to select special room options for the following fall. The PPP gives students points for length of stay in the residence halls, involvement in the halls and on campus, and academic success. Residents with higher point totals will be given priority when choosing special room options.
If you would like to be considered for the available special room options (Birch single or Linden Suite), complete this worksheet and return it to the Residential Life office. If you have more questions click here for Frequently Asked Questions about the Priority Point Process Program.
(points are per semester)