To make your application process as easy as possible, make sure you have completed the following before applying for housing:
We recommend applying as early as possible for housing. Particularly popular rooms, such as Bryant Place single suites, can begin filling up as soon as eight months in advance.
Our housing application can be completed with our easy-to-use housing portal. After logging into myFairmontState and clicking on the link in announcements, you need to login with your UCA@students and UCA password. Then you can select the term you would like to apply for and input your personal information. Continue through the application to get to the housing preferences step.
Both of our lease agreements (Traditional Terms and Conditions / Extended Terms and Conditions.) and renter's insurance information are available online in their entirety, and can be electronically signed by any student over the age of 18. We strongly recommend that you read these documents carefully, and you are welcome to print out copies for your personal records.
Be aware that students under the age of 18 must have their legal guardian accept the terms and conditions via the proxy agreement. The website utilitzes a email proxy in which the legal guardian electronically signs his/her student. If you have issues or questions about the proxy, please feel free to contact our office for help.
There is a $200 housing deposit required upon your initial application. It is not necessary to pay a second deposit when applying for a future academic year unless your depsoit has been previously returned. Each student's deposit is rolled over to the next academic year; however each student will be responsible for any damage charges that are posted to his/her student account. If a student is not planning to return to the institution(s), he/she must notify the Office of Housing and Residence Life in writing (prior to November 30 for the spring semester, and prior to May 31 for the fall semester) in order to receive a deposit refund. Any/all deposit refunds are issued less any account balance owed the institution(s).
Returning students may cancel their contract with the Office of Housing and Residence Life for the upcoming Fall term only if the Office of Housing and Residence Life is notified in writing by April 15th at firstname.lastname@example.org. If the cancellation is granted after the deadline, the deposit will be forfeit.
We recommend that students choose their residence hall carefully. We offer both detailed online information and on-campus touring services to help this. Once you have made a decision, you can select building preferences under Housing Preferences.
Please select at least 3 preferences from highest to lowest. Some buildings fill up very quickly, and having 5 preferences can help guarantee a more preferable room is available to you. Realize that you may be placed into a vacancy that is not your highest preference, but we will always try to prioritize first preferences. The sooner you complete your application, the more likely you are to receive one of your highest preferences.
Except for our University Terrace apartment residents, all on-campus students must select a meal plan. Our meal plans vary in size and price to better suit the needs of our students. For a more complete explanation of the meal plan options and services, we recommend reviewing the Housing and Meal Plan Rates.
Roommates may be requested through roommate search.
You are able to request multiple individuals but must request them individually. Once you've requested your roommates they must accept your request in order to room together.
After a roommate has been selected, you can check back to this page to see if you have been successfully paired with your roommate. Once we have completed our placement process, the name and contact information of your roommate will appear here. If the information is different from the roommate you requested, this is most likely because they chose to be paired with another individual.
If you do not select a roommate, you will be placed with an available individual who most highly matches your personality and housing preferences. We strongly recommend that you choose your roommate or roommate preferences carefully to be matched with someone who will make your stay in residence life an enjoyable one.