Are there any fraternities on campus?
What activities does the college provide for students?
What if we want to put curtains/curtain rods on windows? If not, what do the students usually do?
What is a lofting kit? Is it something we need to arrange ahead of time?
When does housing close this semester for Winter/Spring/Summer Break?
How are room assignments made?
When will we find out about our room assignment and who our roommate is?
What happens if I do not like my roommate?
On my tuition sheet it says I will be living in a quad but I have been unable to find out exactly what that is. Could you tell me what quad facilities are like?
Are we allowed to put up posters in our rooms to liven them up?
Can I bring my pet to live with me on campus?
What am I not allowed to bring to school?
What can I bring to school?
Can I get a single room?
Does a student have to pay extra money for single bedrooms in the Waring Commons apartments?
Do any of the residence halls have study rooms?
How many students share a room?
How big are the single rooms in the Waring Commons apartments? Also – what appliances do the apartments come with besides a fridge and stove?
Will I live with people of the opposite sex?
What will be provided in my room?
Do I need to bring an ethernet cable? Is there Internet provided?
Who cleans my room?
Where can I do my laundry? How much does it cost?
Housing: Do the apartments/suites have cable TV service?
Housing: Does the College store my stuff over the summer?
Insurance: Does the school have insurance for my property?
Off-Campus Housing: Can I live off-campus?
Parking / Parking Appeals: Can I have a car on campus?
Policies: Can I study in my room?
Policies: Do freshman have a curfew?
Policies: Can I smoke in the buildings?
Policies: How do I know what the policies are?
Room Dimensions: How big are the rooms and how long are the mattresses?
Window dimensions for Calvert, Caroline, Dorchester, Prince George, Queen Anne: 84″(L) x 42″(W).
Mattresses in all of our residential areas are extra long: 80” (L) x 36” (W)
Roommates: How do I request a roommate?
Roommates: What happens if I do not like my roommate?
Safety: Are the residence halls secure?
Staff Selection: Can you be an RA your freshman year? How do you get chosen to be an RA?
Visitation: What is the visiting policy?
What if I am not returning to housing next year?
What if I don’t have a roommate?
We got an apartment (suite, townhouse) but one person dropped out. What happens now?
I am planning to study abroad in the fall. What should I do about my housing?
How many singles, suites, townhouses, and apartments are available during room selection?
How many rising sophomores typically make it into suites?
If I get my contract and deposit in early do I have a better shot of getting my first choice?
I need to live on campus for a fifth year. What do I do?
How many credits do I (or does my group) need for a…..?
Because credit totals, groupings, and unit popularity change each year, there is no accurate way to answer this question. Students need to have at least 50 earned credits by August 1 to be eligible to live in the apartments or townhouses. This is the only credit limit we have in our selection process. Our best advice is that if you are interested and eligible it does not hurt to apply for it!
We are applying for a townhouse/apartment/suite and would like to request a specific one. How can we do that?
I studied abroad last semester, but the credits I earned do not show up on the Portal. How can I make sure that they are counted toward my group’s total?
I didn’t turn in a deposit or contract by February 23.. What happens now?
I want to apply to live with a student who is currently a commuter. Can I do that?
I want to live with an incoming first-year/transfer student. Can I do that?
I applied with a group for a suite/townhouse/apartment, but now I would like to apply with a different group. Can I do that?
Have a question that’s not answered above? Contact us:
Office of Residence Life
Glendening Hall 150
(240) 895 4207