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F.A.Q.

What is Single Student Housing?

Single Student Housing is housing provided to all enrolled students at OSU or NOC Stillwater Campus. The options range from Traditional Community Style Halls to Furnished Two Bed/Two Bath Apartments. To qualify to live is Single Student Housing you just need to be enrolled in at least one credit hour. All students are assigned a timeslot by contract date so the earlier you complete and online contract the early you will get to go back online and choose your room. When completing an online housing contract you are contract for a space on campus not a specific room. All rates are quoted per person, and include all utilities (electricity, water, sewer, digital cable, and internet access).

What is Family and Graduate Student Housing?

Family and Graduate Student Housing is housing provide to students who are affiliated with OSU. Priority is given to students with families but as space is available, single graduate students, juniors, seniors, Faculty/Staff, and others groups who are affiliated with OSU. With seven neighborhoods, five floor plans, and various rates to choose from, everyone can find the perfect living accommodations in Family and Graduate Student Housing. To qualify to live in Family and Graduate Student Housing you must meet one requirement in each of the lists below to be eligible to live in FGSH:

A. Priority Assignments According To Status:

· Married or single parent with dependents living with you

· Married Couples

· Single Graduate

· Single upper division (junior or senior)

· Full-time University Faculty or Staff

B. Enrollment Requirements:

· Enrolled in at least 12 undergraduate credit hours

· Enrolled in at least 9 graduate credit hours

· Enrolled in 6 graduate credit hours and employed by the University part-time

C. Bursar Account is current (NO PAST DUE CHARGES)

Single Student Housing



Is there a deadline for the application process to live in on campus housing?

There is not a set deadline, but we encourage you to complete your contract and pay your deposit as soon as possible. Room timeslots are assigned on a first come, first serve basis after the returning student assignments have been made. The contract process for the Academic Year usually starts the first part of October.

What happens to my $50 application fee and $150 deposit if I decide to cancel?

Termination Prior to the Beginning of Occupancy Refund of Deposit - Cancellations received in writing to Housing and Residential Life on or before May 1st will be eligible for a full refund of the $150 deposit. Loss of Deposit - Cancellations received in writing to Housing and Residential Life after May 1st will result in an automatic forfeiture of the $150 deposit. Cancellation Charge - Cancellations received in writing to Housing and Residential Life after August 1st will be subject to a $250 late cancellation fee in addition to the forfeiture of the $150 deposit. This applies to both new and returning residents. If you are a returning resident who has participated in priority sign-up in addition to the fees listed above you will be billed a $75 Priority Sign-Up processing fee if you cancel at anytime.

Do freshman have to live on campus?

Yes. The Oklahoma State Board of Regents approved a policy that requires freshman to live on campus. Exceptions to this rule are made on a case by case basis after a student has completed and turned in the Freshman Exemption form. Once the form has been reviewed you will be notified by mail if the Freshman Exemption has been approved or denied or if more information is requested. The Housing Exemption form can be found at http://www.reslife.okstate.edu/forms/exemptions.php

When can I to go online and choose my housing assignment?

You will be notified by email with the exact date and time you can log back in online and choose your room. The earliest timeslot emails are usually sent out the first part of March and all through spring, usually by late spring we are caught up with assignments and students will be able to complete a contract and choose a room on the same day. All timeslots are based on the date you completed your contract online and cannot be changed. You can go online during your timeslot or after, just not before. Keep in mind that spaces can be limited and you may have to broaden your search.

What is my on campus housing address?

Buildings/Neighborhoods

On Campus Address

Morsani-Smith, Bost, Young, Peterson-Friend, Kamm, Davis, Sitlington, Zink, Allen, Bennett, Booker, Stinchcomb, Patchin, Jones, CASNR Village, Village HS, Village C, Village D, Village E, Village F, Stout, Kerr, Drummond, Parker, Wentz, or Iba

Students First and Last Name

Building & Room Number

Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, Oklahoma 74077

Prosser, William 12-15, West, Stevens, Demaree, Williams 101-105, or Morrison

Residents First and Last Name

Building # North or South University Place, Apt #

Stillwater, Oklahoma 74075

Brumley

Residents First and Last Name

Building # Brumley Apt #

Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074

What is the guest & visitation policy?

Residents are welcome to have overnight guests of the same gender. All Residential Life policies must be observed and guests must be constantly escorted while in a living area. In the case of double/shared rooms, suites, or apartments, prior consent of the roommate, suitemate, or apartment-mate is required. Guests must not infringe on the rights of roommates or of other residents. Guests may not sleep in lounges or living rooms. Guests are limited to three night visits in an academic year. Visits of greater than three nights, even with breaks in between or in three other residents' rooms, are prohibited except with permission of the Residence Area Coordinator. Residents, or the guest if a student, could be charged a per night fee if violating this policy. Residents are required to notify the floor/community Resident Advisor when they have overnight guests. In the event of an emergency evacuation of the hall, staff members need to know where guests are located. Visitation is a privilege and all residents of a room/apartment/suite must approve of any guests. If one resident does not desire a guest to be in the room/apartment/suite, then the guest should leave. Guests are not to enter a room/apartment/suite without the resident host of that guest present. Residents are responsible for their guests. Twenty-four hour visitation is available in halls except Kerr-Drummond and Stout. Residents may have guests visit at any time throughout the day or night with a proper escort. This policy is intended for visitation only and not for overnight stays by the opposite gender. Visitation options within Kerr-Drummond and Stout Halls are: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m., seven days a week. Guests in all halls must be escorted (in the presence of the person) by a resident of the hall they are visiting at all times, unless otherwise posted. A guest must be hosted by a resident of that hall, and the host/hostess is responsible for informing the guest about applicable University and Residential Life regulations. A guest must not be left unattended by their host in residence hall units. All communities can vote to further restrict this policy. In buildings with common bathrooms, guests who are visiting on a floor of the opposite gender are prohibited from using the bathroom facilities on that floor unless otherwise posted. Each community determines if a bathroom will be open to visitors of the opposite gender during specific times of the day. Under no circumstances is using an opposite genders shower appropriate. Bathroom facilities for guests of the opposite gender are provided in the main lobby or mezzanine areas.

What is the on campus alcohol policy?

Residents and guests are expected to comply with state and local laws regarding the use of alcohol. Possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages, in any residence hall or on university grounds, except where otherwise specified, is prohibited. In accordance with Federal Law, if someone is under 21 and documented for an alcohol violation, his or her parents may be notified. If those under 21 are in possession of alcohol, they will be directed by Residential Life Staff and/or OSU PD to pour it out. The police may be called, and disciplinary action will be taken. Empty alcohol containers are not allowed in alcohol free housing, or by residents under the age of 21. Consumption of alcohol is permitted by residents 21 years of age or older in Davis rooms ending in 01-06, the first floor of Patchin, first floor of Friend, and Sitlington Halls. These residents also have the option to vote to restrict alcohol consumption. Alcohol is not permitted in any other residence hall facility. No one under 21 can be present if alcohol is being consumed. The use of alcohol within campus housing in facilities previously mentioned, by those over 21 years of age is a privilege. This privilege can be suspended if it is abused. If someone under 21 lives in the unit, it becomes "dry" - alcohol not permitted at any time. No one under 21 may be present when alcohol is being consumed. Alcohol is only allowed inside private residences, suites, and apartments in the above referenced buildings including balconies and patios, but not in public areas including grounds and parking lots. When alcohol is being consumed, the front door will remain closed. Alcohol is for individual consumption only; therefore, no common source containers (i.e. kegs, trash cans, bathtubs, punch bowls, etc.) will be permitted. Staff may question those in possession of large quantities of alcohol and investigate instances when it is suspected that large consumption of alcoholic beverages is occurring. All residents are responsible for being aware of social host liability and especially the liability of supplying minors with alcohol. If those under 21 are present when alcohol is being consumed, those over 21 may be charged with providing and could face suspension from OSU. Individuals in violation of these policies and/or the community standards will be subject to disciplinary action. Individuals who violate any laws will also be subject to legal action.

What is the on campus smoking policy?

Oklahoma State University is a tobacco-free campus. Students found using tobacco products in and around all University owned housing will face disciplinary charges and may be removed from the community. In addition, please be aware that residents smoking/chewing in the unit will be charged cleaning/damage costs, if necessary, to remove odour, stains, burns and return the unit to Residential Life standards. Residents will face housing contract termination following a third violation of tobacco-free policy inside the residence halls. A fourth violation will result in adjudication by Student Judicial Services for possible suspension from the University. Students may also be cited by OSUPD for violating the smoke/tobacco free policy.

What type furniture is provided?

In our furnished apartments, furnished suites, and furnished traditional we provide: one bed (extra long twin or full size), one desk and desk chair per student, dresser, mirror, closet space/limited storage, mini blinds/café curtain rod, Digital Cable (we no longer provide converter boxes), In-Room Internet Access (some wireless), and full size refrigerators and microwaves (apartments and suite lounges only). Our unfurnished apartments will not have any furniture except for washer, dryer, stove, refrigerator, and microwave.

How do I make sure that my friend and I are able to room together?

If you aren't sure who you want to live with, you can also participate in the roommate matching process. You select a roommate depending on the matching of your profile questions. Both of you would have to confirm the match before it would be official, and you would come back to this portal to enter in each other as your roommates.

You are not required to choose a roommate at this time. If you do not currently have a roommate preference this step will remain open so you can choose a roommate at a later date. This step is intended for students to request roommates prior to selecting a room. Once you have selected a room you will not be able to assign accepted roommates, unless you click the room change option to left and then go back through the room selection process to see what is available. Remember, all roommate requests must be mutual. It is crucial that the CWID is listed for ALL of your roommate choices. That is the only way we have of matching the proper roommate(s) to you and your choices. Important Roommate Assignment Procedure: For example, a student goes online and requests a roommate(s). The requested roommate(s) then goes online and accepts the roommate(s) request. Whoever has the earlier timeslot can then go online and look for a room that has enough empty spaces to assign themselves and their roommate(s). The person with the earlier timeslot will then select the room that has space available and then clicks continue. The next step that pops up if you are accepted roommates would be the option to assign your roommate(s). You would then be able to assign yourself and your accepted roommate(s). If you went online to select a room and you did not have your roommate(s) request accepted and/or you were selecting a room that only had one space available; you would not get the option to assign your roommate(s) because they either have not accepted your request or there was not enough space to assign your roommate(s) to that specific room. Accepted roommates are not automatically assigned to a specific room. If you have already chosen a room and accept a roommate afterwards, you must first change out of the room and then assign your accepted roommate and yourself to the room you choose.

What if I want to change my hall or roommate request after I have already submitted my contract?

As rooms become available, they are added to the portal for selection, so please check back often. If you currently have a room reserved and want to select a different space, you will first have to cancel your reserved room and repeat the process. This is to ensure that students only have one room selected at a time. Revisit the Room Manage process, and click on Change Room. Most of the space available will be in traditional halls which are ideal for freshmen because they promote higher levels of student interaction and provide increased support due to the high concentration of other freshmen students. You can request a transfer to another hall once the fall semester has started. As a returning student next year, you will have priority to select other types of housing in the future.

Do you still have questions?

You can check out our homepage at www.reslife.okstate.edu, send us an email at reslife@okstate.edu, or give us a call at (405) 744-5592. We are here to help.

Family and Graduate Student Housing



Is there a deadline for the application process to live in on campus housing?

There is not a set deadline, but we encourage you to complete your contract and pay your deposit as soon as possible.

What happens to my $50 application fee and $150 deposit if I decide to cancel?

A deposit refund will be given if written cancellation is received more than two weeks before scheduled arrival. If written cancellation is received more than one week before scheduled arrival half a deposit refund will be issued. No refund will be issued if written cancellation is received less than one week before scheduled arrival.

Can freshman live in Family and Graduate Student Housing?

Freshman are not allowed to live in Family and Graduate Housing unless married or living with children or family members.

When can I to go online and choose my housing assignment?

Family and Graduate Student Housing room selection is not currently available online. Family and Graduate assignments are made approximately one month before your scheduled arrival, at which time an email is sent out to let you know you have been assigned. The address is given one week before scheduled arrival if the apartment is clean at that time.

What is my on campus housing address?

Buildings/Neighborhoods

On Campus Address

Morsani-Smith, Bost, Young, Peterson-Friend, Kamm, Davis, Sitlington, Zink, Allen, Bennett, Booker, Stinchcomb, Patchin, Jones, CASNR Village, HES Village, Village C, Village D, Village E, Village F, Stout, Kerr, Drummond, Parker, Wentz, or Iba

Students First and Last Name

Building & Room Number

Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, Oklahoma 74077

Prosser, William 12-15, West, Stevens, Demaree, Williams 101-105, or Morrison

Residents First and Last Name

Building # North or South University Place, Apt #

Stillwater, Oklahoma 74075

Brumley

Residents First and Last Name

Building # Brumley Apt #

Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074

What is the guest & visitation policy?

Residents are welcome to have overnight guests of the same gender. All Residential Life policies must be observed and guests must be constantly escorted while in a living area. Guests must not infringe on the rights of roommates or of other residents. Guests may not sleep in lounges or living rooms. Guests are limited to three night visits in an academic year. Visits of greater than three nights, even with breaks in between or in three other residents' rooms, are prohibited except with permission of the Apartment Assistant. Residents, or the guest if a student, could be charged a per night fee if violating this policy. Residents are required to notify the Apartment Assistant when they have overnight guests. In the event of an emergency evacuation of the hall, staff members need to know where guests are located.

What is the on campus alcohol policy?

Residents and guests are expected to comply with state and local laws regarding the use of alcohol. Possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages, in any residence hall or on university grounds, except where otherwise specified, is prohibited. In accordance with Federal Law, if someone is under 21 and documented for an alcohol violation, his or her parents may be notified. If those under 21 are in possession of alcohol, they will be directed by Residential Life Staff and/or OSU PD to pour it out. The police may be called, and disciplinary action will be taken. Empty alcohol containers are not allowed in alcohol free housing, or by residents under the age of 21. Consumption of alcohol is permitted by residents 21 years of age or older in Davis rooms ending in 01-06, the first floor of Patchin, first floor of Friend, and Sitlington Halls. These residents also have the option to vote to restrict alcohol consumption. Alcohol is not permitted in any other residence hall facility. No one under 21 can be present if alcohol is being consumed. The use of alcohol within campus housing in facilities previously mentioned, by those over 21 years of age is a privilege. This privilege can be suspended if it is abused. If someone under 21 lives in the unit, it becomes "dry" - alcohol not permitted at any time. No one under 21 may be present when alcohol is being consumed. Alcohol is only allowed inside private residences, suites, and apartments in the above referenced buildings including balconies and patios, but not in public areas including grounds and parking lots. When alcohol is being consumed, the front door will remain closed. Alcohol is for individual consumption only; therefore, no common source containers (i.e. kegs, trash cans, bathtubs, punch bowls, etc.) will be permitted. Staff may question those in possession of large quantities of alcohol and investigate instances when it is suspected that large consumption of alcoholic beverages is occurring. All residents are responsible for being aware of social host liability and especially the liability of supplying minors with alcohol. If those under 21 are present when alcohol is being consumed, those over 21 may be charged with providing and could face suspension from OSU. Individuals in violation of these policies and/or the community standards will be subject to disciplinary action. Individuals who violate any laws will also be subject to legal action.

What is the on campus smoking policy?

Oklahoma State University is a tobacco-free campus. Students found using tobacco products in and around all University owned housing will face disciplinary charges and may be removed from the community. In addition, please be aware that residents smoking/chewing in the unit will be charged cleaning/damage costs, if necessary, to remove odour, stains, burns and return the unit to Residential Life standards. Residents will face housing contract termination following a third violation of tobacco-free policy inside the residence halls. A fourth violation will result in adjudication by Student Judicial Services for possible suspension from the University. Students may also be cited by OSUPD for violating the smoke/tobacco free policy.

What type furniture is provided?

In our furnished apartments we provide: above plus one corner table, one coffee table, one end table, one desk, one bed (twin or full) per residents, one desk, one sofa, two occasional chairs, one nightstand, one table lamp (not in Morrison), in Morrison only; dishwasher, washer, dryer, and microwave.

How do I make sure that my friend and I are able to room together?

If a roommate is not listed on original contract, the new roommate must be brought to the Iba Office by primary to be listed into the apartment as a secondary.

What if I want to change my hall or roommate request after I have already submitted my contract?

If you are wanting to change your room or roommate and it is before your arrival date you need to email FGSH at uapt@okstate.edu with the information you want changed. If it is after your arrival date you will need to make an appointment with Sarah Wilkey and the Family Resource Center and she will have to approve the change. If at any time you want to change roommates previous roommate(s) must have signed out of the apartment before you will be able to sign in a new roommate.

Do you still have questions?

You can check out our homepage at www.reslife.okstate.edu, send us an email at uapt@okstate.edu, or give us a call at (405) 744-5353. We are here to help.