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Housing assignments are made based on the date of your housing application first followed by other factors like roommate or Living Learning Community preferences. Don’t wait until you know the status of your admission to the University of Minnesota to apply.

Apply early! Your application date is the first factor in your final assignment. We use the information on your application to assign you to a space that most closely matches your choices (and you can list up to 25 building/room combinations).

Housing Applications

Summer 2021

Need housing this summer? Choose the dates you stay from May 13 into early August.

New 2021-2022

Incoming first-year and transfer students, submit your application to live on campus.

Return 2021-2022

Returning students, explore your options to sign up for space for next year.

First-Year Housing Guarantee

Secure your spot in University housing! After you confirm your U of M student enrollment with the Office of Admissions, confirm and complete your housing application by submitting the $200 housing guarantee payment (or payment extension request) by May 17. This payment will be applied to your fall semester housing charges.  

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Roommates

Don't worry if you do not have a specific roommate in mind before applying for housing. We will do the matching for you based on the application questionnaire, and you can use our search system available in the spring. Roommate Search is constantly updated with matches as new students apply for housing, so be sure to check back often.

Have a specific roommate in mind? It needs to be a mutual request, so enter their Student ID on your application and be sure they put your information on their application. Also, be sure to review LLC requirements in advance 

Gender Open Space

We are focused on creating an inclusive environment for all residents. With Gender Open Housing, students can live together regardless of sex, gender identity, and/or gender expression. You can note this preference on your application. 

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Gender Open Housing
An inclusive option to live together regardless of sex, gender identity, and/or gender expression.
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Assignments
Learn about the various factors that go into how we make housing assignment decisions.
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Neighborhoods
Our on-campus communities have their own rhythm and unique benefits.