"Squatters Week," begins February, 6th 2017.
Squatters Week (Feb. 6th - 10th) is a week dedicated to current residential students that allows them to claim their current room for the 2017-2018 academic year. "Squatters Week" coincides with "Resident Appreciation Week."
Housing will open for current residents that wish to reserve a different room for 2017-2018 during the week of Feb. 13th - 17th. Housing opens for all other students February 20th.
To reserve specific room for either Squatters Week or the week following, students must speak to a member of the housing staff in the first floor lobby of the LLC to complete the application, choose a specific room, and present receipt of the housing deposit ($100) which is payable to the SCU business office.
Requests made via email, telephone, text, etc. will not be granted.
Requests made prior to payment of the housing deposit $100 will not be granted.
Living on campus is a unique experience for every student, as it provides an atmosphere where they will be challenged to grow as they build meaningful relationships with their peers. The Housing and Residence Life staff is committed to student development and our staff is equipped to ensure that all residential students are provided with the optimal learning and living environment during their stay on campus. Our Housing and Residence Life staff consists of a Director of Housing and Resident Life, two full-time Resident Directors (RDs), nine Resident Assistants (RAs), and nine Resident Chaplains (RCs).
The housing application at the bottom of this page must be completed and received by the Housing and Resident Life staff so we are aware of which residence hall you want to live in, as well as who you want to live with! A housing deposit of $100 is required with the housing application (this can be paid by online after submitting the housing application or by phone to the Business/Billing office). Housing assignments will not be processed until both the application and deposit are received.
For a list of things to bring on move-in day, click on the Residence Hall Checklist below!
Residence Hall Checklists.pdf
Contact the Housing and Residence Life staff with any questions or concerns at:
Students wishing to reside off campus must meet one of the following requirements:
1. Be 20 years old by the beginning of the Fall semester.
2. Student has completed 56 credit hours or more by the beginning of the Fall semester.
3. Student will live within 45 miles of campus with a parent/legal guardian
4. The student is married, will be married during the semester for which they are applying, student is pregnant or currently has dependent children, student is active military.
All students not living on-campus must submit an, "Off Campus Housing Request."
Off Campus Housing Request