Spring 2021 Housing

During the fall semester, you chose to be a remote learner or left the residence halls. We’d like to provide you with an update on housing for spring 2021.

Remote learning: If you are continuing as a remote learner, be sure you are approved by verifying your status through Webster once you complete registering for classes. You are allowed to live in the residence halls as a remote learner. If you would like to move back into the residence halls, please complete the sign-up link by noon, Wednesday, Nov. 25.

If you are not returning to live in residence halls, but have left items in your room, you must remove all of them by Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, or you will be charged for housing for the spring semester. Please schedule a move-out appointment using this link: residence hall move-out appointment.

You can make changes to your remote learning designation until 5 p.m., Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, within Webster. If you do not make a selection, you will be designated as attending classes on campus and be charged housing costs for the spring semester.

University bills for the spring 2021 semester will be released in early December. If you choose to be a remote learner, you may initially receive a bill that does not accurately reflect your financial aid and/or university charges. Revised financial aid information and bills will be available after Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. You will still be able to make payments and claim classes even if your bill is not completely accurate.

Attending on-campus classes: If you are attending classes on campus for the spring 2021 semester, please complete the sign-up link to secure your spot by noon, Wednesday, Nov. 25.

Any student signing up for housing after noon, Wednesday, Nov. 25, may not receive an accurate bill and/or financial aid information when initial university bills are issued.

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