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WHY LIVE ON-CAMPUS Students who live on campus are actively involved in learning opportunities beyond the classroom. By choosing to live with us, you are more likely to: Interact and communicate with others effectively Benefit from the interactions with residents who are different from you Become engaged in activities on campus Have a greater sense of safety and security Learning how to live independently and interdependently are important skills for living a balanced life. Enhance your college experience by living on campus. You’ll have greater opportunities to broaden your interests and gain leadership experience, participate in activities, and engage in the best VCU has to offer! This book is accurate as of May 14, 2020. Information is subject to change.For the most up-to-date information, please visit housing.vcu.edu.
BUILDING OPTIONS All options provide students the ability to succeed and take full advantage of on-campus resources and opportunities. Each hall style has its own strengths, so please review all the amenities. HALL TYPES Traditional Halls Semi-Suite Halls Suite Halls Apartment Halls Definition: Halls with shared bedrooms and communal hall bathrooms. Definition: Halls where two rooms share a bathroom. Definition: Halls where two or more rooms share a bathroom(s) and a living room. Definition: Halls where two or more rooms share a bathroom, a living room and full kitchen. Strengths: Offers greatest amount of social interaction between residents. In these halls it is easy to meet other students, find study partners or just find someone to share a meal. Strengths: Encourages close relationships with roommates and interactions with other residents, while offering increased privacy. Strengths: Offers residents the greatest amount of privacy and the opportunity to build close relationships with roommates. Strengths: Offers residents the greatest amount of privacy, access to a full kitchen and the opportunity to build close relationships with roommates. To view our rates and take a virtual tour, visit housing.vcu.edu. This book is accurate as of May 14 2020. Information is subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please visit housing.vcu.edu.
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HOW TO APPLY FOR HOUSING Step 1: Get accepted to VCU. Step 2: Accept the offer to attend VCU. Step 3: Visit housing.vcu.edu and review all housing options. Step 4: Visit housing.vcu.edu and click Application, located in the top bar. In the application, students are guided through the housing process and electronically sign the housing contract. The housing application opens May 1 at 4 p.m. Step 5: Submit the 250 nonrefundable prepayment to secure and complete the Housing Application. Step 6: Review your application status by checking your VCU email for a confirmation message your application is complete. Step 7: Sign-up for VCU Orientation. This is a requirement to be eligible to receive a housing assignment.
Eligible for on-campus housing To be eligible to receive a housing assignment, students must complete a housing application, pay the 250 nonrefundable prepayment and sign-up for summer orientation REMEMBER: THE HOUSING APPLICATION OPENS MAY 1 AT 4 P.M. Signing the Housing Contract When a student completes the Housing Application, they electronically sign the contract at the end of the application process. Instead of signing a specific contract for a specific room, students sign a general contract for the 2020-21 academic year. The Housing Contract is not binding until the student receives their assignment. To view the Housing Contract visit housing. vcu.edu/help/resources. ROOM ASSIGNMENTS Rooms are assigned in batches beginning in July and continue throughout the summer. All assignment information and other housing communications are sent to the student’s VCU email address. While efforts are made to place students in their top choice, that is not always possible. Assignment priority is based on when an application is completed, and the 250 nonrefundable prepayment is received. Changing Room Assignments During summer months, room changes are not processed. However students have the option to do a room swap. A room swap is where students from different rooms choose to trade places. For more information about the room swap process, visit housing.vcu.edu. COST The cost of on-campus housing is equal to or less than most surrounding off-campus locations. To view rates for 2020-21 visit housing.vcu.edu/help/resources. Meal Plans Students living in Brandt, Gladding Residence Center, Gladding Residence Center III, Honors, Johnson and Rhoads are required to have a dining plan. Students will need to choose one of the “Required Plans” listed on vcu. campusdish.com. Renters Insurance While renters insurance is not required, it is highly recommended. Some homeowners insurance will cover residence halls. Check with insurance providers for details. Students that are not covered under a homeowners policy can find renters insurance information and options in the Housing Application. Parking First-year students living on campus are not permitted to have a car on-campus. For more information on this policy visit dos.vcu.edu/resources/freshman-parking.
Step 1: Get accepted to VCU. Step 2: Accept the offer to attend VCU. Step 3: Visit housing.vcu.edu and review all housing options. Step 4: Visit housing.vcu.edu and click Application, located in the top bar. In the application, students are guided through the housing process and electronically sign the housing contract. The housing
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