New Incoming Transfer and Exchange Student Housing Application
Transfer Students are defined as those students that have graduated high school and enrolled in and attended a university or college. The credits earned at the college or university have or will be transferred to Stetson University upon admission and enrollment.
Exchange Students are those that are participating in a university exchange program coordinated through WORLD (World Outreach, Research, Learning, and Development): The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning.
The Housing Application will ask for some demographic information for our records, life-habit information for roommate matching, your building preferences and roommate preference (if you have one), and it also includes the completion of the Housing Agreement.
Housing Applications for Transfer and Exchange students is available on February 1 in Housing Central. Students submitting their enrollment deposit after February 1 will typically have access to Housing Central and the Housing Application within two business days.
Students should complete their applications no later than April 1. Housing Applications will remain open and available after this date. However, our housing assignment process begins in April when there is greater availability and variety of space across our residential buildings.
Once you submit your Housing Application, you will be unable to make updates to the information and preferences selected in your application. In order to update your application prior to, please email us and we will put the application back into “draft” mode so that you can make changes. It is very important to resubmit your application after you've completed your updates.
Fall housing assignments are typically sent out to students in June and made on a rolling basis thereafter. Transfer and Exchange students are provided a housing assignment based on the student's priority (enrollment deposit date), building preference selections on the Housing Application, the student's roommate group (if the student has created a roommate group), and the space available at the time of assignment.
Please remember that specific building, room type, bathroom type, and roommate preferences cannot be guaranteed. Residential Living & Learning will use preference selections to assign each student to a room that most closely fits their preferences. However, we have a limited supply of space in each building, room type, and bathroom type. Therefore, it is not possible to provide every student with an assignment that exactly matches their preference selections.
Students may also submit a Medical and Special Needs Accommodation Request or Animal Housing Request in addition to their housing application. Students desiring to live off-campus may submit that application in lieu of their housing application.
Frequently Asked Questions
We recognize that many students have questions as they consider on-campus housing, so we invite you to review our frequently asked questions page for more assistance!