Housing and Dining Selection 2015 will occur online April 13th -17th. Students will begin receiving information about the process in early March. Information Sessions, Q&A Tables, and a Help Desk will be available before and during the selection process to assist students. A second round of selection will occur online in July for students who do not select a bed during the first round.
Students who need special consideration during the selection process due to a documented medical condition should submit the appropriate documentation to Student Health Services no later than March 6th. Any documentation submitted after March 6th will be evaluated at a later date and a recommendation will be considered for the second round of selection in July.
Seniors may participate in the selection process online to live on-campus April 13th -17th or register their address online beginning May 1st if they are living off-campus. If they choose to live off-campus, it could be helpful for parents to have conversations with them about the varying levels of responsibility and community expectations that come with living in a single-family home versus in an apartment or on campus.
Think about a house of college students living next to you and how you would want them to conduct themselves and maintain the house. Many of our neighbors have been living in their homes for decades, even before Wake Forest moved to Winston-Salem. Our office works with our off-campus students, neighbors, and the city to maintain a great community for everyone in the university area.
Students who are studying abroad this fall will select a study abroad placeholder bed in the selection process in April and then in late fall they will be able to select their housing for the Spring semester. They will have the option to be pulled into a space that is vacant, or will become vacant at the end of the fall semester, with any upperclass student, or in a Greek block.
If the student is not pulled into a space, then the students will choose a space online in mid-December. These spaces are available all over campus, but their options to live with another person returning from abroad, and/or to live in a specific location will likely be very limited due to the logistics of hundreds of students leaving for the Spring semester and hundreds of students returning from abroad.