2014-2015 Room Selection Interest Form for Commuter Students

Marywood students who do not currently live in on-campus housing but wish to participate in the room selection process for the Fall 2014 semester must complete this form. Completing this form will insure that you be included in room selection and that you will receive any e-mail communications relevant to the room selection process.

Please remember that, in order to participate in the Room Selection Process, each returning student must:

-Complete an Undergraduate Housing and Dining Agreement

-Complete a Housing and Dining Preferences Form

-Pay$300 housing deposit and submit receipt according to your specific selection process

-Register for Fall 2014 courses by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 8, 2014

All Room Reservation deposits must be made at the Cashier's Office. If you are paying in person at the Cashier's Office, you will receive a copy of the receipt at that time. Payment can be made with cash, check, or money order payable to Marywood University. If you wish to make an online payment, contact the Cashier's Office to assist you in this matter.

The Undergraduate Housing and Dining Agreement is binding for the full academic year, consisting of Fall and Spring semesters. Please refer to Agreement for additional information.

2014-2015 Undergraduate Housing and Dining Agreements and Housing and Dining Preference Forms are available online, in the Housing and Residence Life office, 205 Nazareth Hall, and will be available at Woodland Residence Room Selection on April 8th and at the General Room Selection process April 9th and 10th .

Additional information regarding the room selection process may be found on the Marywood University Housing and Residence Life website at this link: http://www.marywood.edu/residencelife/Room-Selection/

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