To apply for housing, log into your myFairmontState account using your UCA and password. New users need to activate their UCA account first. Once logged in, click "Housing" under the "Student Links" section of your portal. Click “Housing Application” at the top of the page, select the term for which you want to apply, and complete the housing application! For the best application experience, do not use Internet Explorer to complete your application. For a step-by-step walkthrough, please refer to the video below. Should you encounter issues along the way, feel free to contact the Office of Housing and Residence Life at 304-367-4216 or at email@example.com. You can also visit us at our office in the 300 Suite of Colebank Hall.
Fairmont State University requires four consecutive semesters of on-campus living for most students. If your plans to attend have changed, you can cancel your housing application any time before May 31st in order to have your deposit refunded. We recommend that you apply as soon as possible. Check the list below to see if you should apply:
On-campus Housing Age Policy
The Office of Housing and Residence Life does not offer non-traditional housing; students who are married, students with children, etc. Students over the age of 25 may not reside in traditional residence halls. Those students over the age of 25 are asked to seek housing off-campus, but may be considered for on-campus housing on a case by case basis. Cohabitation is not permitted by romantic partners.
Beginning college can be a big transition, and we want to make it as smooth as we can. If you are attending Fairmont State University, we recommend that you complete your housing application as soon as possible. The sooner your application is complete, the sooner you can choose the perfect room for you! We understand that circumstances may change, so we allow you to cancel or change your application until May 31st with no penalty! The menu to the left contains all of the information you need for the application process, contact our office by phone or e-mail if you would like more information or to discuss your options.