Residency Applications

The Department of Residential Living and Learning offers many applications throughout the year. Whether you’re applying to live on-campus or off-campus, or moving in during the summer, spring, or fall, we’ve got you covered. Take a minute to review the applications and find the one that meets your needs.

Application Processes & Timelines

The application processes and timelines vary depending on your academic status. The Department of Residential Living and Learning strives to tailor the on-campus application process to meet the needs of our students. To learn more about the process and timeline that meets your needs, click the links below!

Apply to Live off Campus

Interested in living off campus? Learn more about the 3-year residency requirement and the application process.

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Applications

Spring
Applications

Room Changes

The opportunity to change rooms is available until March 13, 2017. Click the link to begin the process!

The Department of Residential Living and Learning is committed to providing a healthy, inclusive and safe environment that supports the growth and development of all students. We recognize that some residential environments and configurations may not be completely accessible to all students. Therefore, students may request consideration for their housing assignment in order to have equal access to the residential experience.

Residency Requirement and Exemptions

Stetson University is proud both of its residential campus and its tradition of a vibrant campus community. Therefore, the university has a three-year residency requirement.

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About Our Residence Hall Rates

Our residence hall rates are available online for your reference.

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Animal Friendly Housing

Stetson University is unique in allowing approved residents of designated area to live with their pets. The future of the pet privilege rests on the successful administration of the policy and the willingness of students to abide by, and enforce, the policy. The opportunity to bring a pet to campus is a privilege, not a right.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We recognize that you may still have questions and invite you review our frequently asked questions page for more assistance!

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