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Chad Merritt
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Selection times are randomized within date ranges of applications received to create a lottery for access to select. Because a student applied on the first day does not guarantee that they will receive the first selection time. All students within a roommate pair or group will be given the same selection time regardless of when individual applications were submitted. An email will be sent to your CSU email address when selection times are given, and it will also be displayed on the CSU Housing Portal after it is sent.




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When it is your date and time, you will go into the CSU Housing Portal to access your submitted housing application. From the Room Selection Information page, on the left side menu, you will then choose the building and select a room for you and your roommate(s) if applicable. If you do not see a building or specific room listed, or room type such as a single, that means it is no longer available. Please have a back-up plan of other buildings and/or rooms in mind in case your top choices are not available.


Once your selection time passes, you can access the portal to select a room as long as the Room Selection is open. So, if your selection time is in the morning but you cannot choose a room until the afternoon, the next day, or later in the week, that is fine.


There are always a few students who would rather leave their assignment in the hands of our process rather than participate more directly. At the conclusion of Room Selection, a space will be assigned for you based on availability. We will use the preferences provided on your application to the fullest extent possible for both your room and roommate assignment.


If you have formed a roommate pair or group, the entire group will be signed up at the same time. The group takes on the best selection time given to everyone within the group and all efforts are made to keep available space for roommate groups to stay together. If you sign up as an individual, a student can select a space in a partially occupied room or a fully vacant room; a roommate will be assigned at a later date.


To match with a roommate in a Residential Learning Community (RLC), all members of the roommate group must be part of the same RLC. To see other students who are part of your RLC, be sure to select that option to view the relevant student profiles. Be attentive to communication from your RLC who may offer some pointers for connecting with other students also joining the same program.


Students who do not participate in roommate matching will still receive an invitation to choose a space in the available residence halls. Students in RLCs may be able to choose a space in their chosen RLC, while space remains available. Otherwise, students will be able to choose a space in the General Room Selection process.


Building preferences are considered as much as possible to determine an assignment for those who do not participate in room self-selection. All applicants list their building preferences so that our Assignments team can utilize them if needed, pending the spaces available after room self-selection concludes.


Returning students had the same opportunity to choose a space as the new-incoming students have in the CSU Housing Portal, however, they had the opportunity to choose a bit earlier in the Spring. If a returning student had someone they wanted to room with, they could choose a friend who would then pick an available space in the same room. Those who did not have a roommate choose their hall, floor, and bed space as available and a roommate selects or is assigned later.


Selection times are randomized within date ranges of applications received. Because a student applied on the first day does not guarantee that they will receive the first selection time. All students within a roommate group will be given the same selection time regardless of when the application was submitted. An email will be sent to your CSU housing email when selection times are given, and it will also be displayed on the CSU Housing Portal after it is sent.


When it is your date and time, you will go into the CSU Housing Portal to access your submitted housing application. From the Room Selection Information page, on the left side menu, you will then choose the building and select a room for you and your roommate(s) if applicable. If you do not see a building or specific room, or room type such as a single, that means it is no longer available. Please have a back-up plan in mind in case your top choices are not available.


If you have formed a roommate group, the entire group will be signed up at the same time. The group takes on the best selection time given to everyone within the group and all efforts are made to keep available space for roommate groups to stay together. If you sign up as an individual, a student can select a space in a partially occupied room, or a fully vacant room; a roommate will be assigned at a later date. Information on final room assignment and roommate information will be confirmed on the CSU Housing Portal in late July.


Even if you do not have a roommate now, that is no problem. When you select a residence hall, you will be able to view the students who have already selected a room but are in need of a roommate. You can view their bio and lifestyle questions to see how compatible you are with them. Be sure to keep an open mind. Even if it initially appears that you may not be a good match per the lifestyle questions, things often work out if you share open and honest communication, and you make an attempt to be flexible and work together.


The new CSU Housing Portal allows students more time and autonomy to choose their roommate(s), residence hall, floor, and space rather than being assigned by a computer program (despite answering the lifestyle questionnaire). This is particularly important when highly requested locations fill and students must opt for their 2nd, 3rd, or other choices. Students can make that decision for themselves and their roommate(s).


Having a roommate can be a fun, exciting experience. It comes with many challenges. You may be living with a person who is completely different than you. You do not have to be best friends with your roommate. Most problems can be resolved through good communication, compromise, and respect.


Discuss the cleaning schedule. You and your roommate probably have different ideas about what is considered clean and neat. This can be a major area of conflict. Make a chore schedule and determine who will do what and how often. For example, you two may designate Sunday afternoons as your cleaning day. Choose a time that works with both of your schedules. Responsibilities you may consider include: [1]


Discuss your phone policy. You will probably talk on the phone and video chat with your friends and family while you are away at school. Are these conversations private? Should these conversations take place in the room or outside the room? [3]


Sign a roommate agreement. Once you have developed ground rules for common situations, write them down and sign them. This will keep both of you accountable. If you someone is not holding up their end of the bargain, you can use the agreement as a starting point for the conversation.


You will have to compromise to come to an agreement. Both of you should get some of the things you want, but things may not be exactly how you want them to be. [5] Be sure that both you and your roommate are comfortable with the terms of the agreement and keep in mind that you may have to modify and change some of the agreement as the school year goes on.


Choose the right time. Do not go to your roommate when you are super annoyed and irritated. You may say something that you regret. Also, if your roommate is studying or getting ready to leave the room, wait to have the conversation. [6] The conversation will not go well if your roommate feels like they are being ambushed.


Posting how you feel on social media often makes things worse. Imagine how you would feel if your roommate tweeted about how messy you were or that you snore all night long. Not posting on social media also keeps other people from interfering in your roommate problems.


Focus directly on one problem. This could be studying or talking on the phone with all the lights on while you're trying to sleep, using all the hot water in the shower, or not cleaning up. Try to talk to your roommate about this one big issue, and offer a suggestion for how to make it better. Allow your roommate to disagree/agree with your suggestion until you work out a solution.


Listen to your roommate. Once you have told your roommate the problem and how you feel, allow them to speak. Your roommate has a different perspective than you and may say something that you have not even considered. When you listen, ask yourself what you would do if the situation was reversed. [10]


Communicate with your roommate. Spend time getting to know your roommate. Talk to your roommate about their likes and dislikes, what they did in high school, and what they are looking forward to in college. [11] You are going to be living in tight quarters with this person for the whole year. It is worth the effort to get to know them. Here are some questions to get you started. 041b061a72


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