Fall 2021 – Spring 2022 Housing Application:
How To Apply:
- Complete the online application: 2021 – 2022 Housing Application
All students who seek to live in University Housing must have all immunization records updated with University Health Services. Students will only be allowed to move into housing once cleared by University Health Services. For questions about immunizations please contact University Health Services at 202.274.5030
- Once student housing has been confirmed by the Office of Residence Life. Students will pay the $150 non-refundable deposit at the Cashier’s Office located in building 39, 2nd floor or using the student payment portal.
- Complete and return the “Financial Aid Verification Form” (this will be e-mailed once the application has been received).
- Update all immunization records with University Health Services.
All students who seek to live in University Housing must have all immunization records updated with University Health Services. Students will only be allowed to move into the housing once cleared by University Health Services. For questions about immunizations please contact University Health Services at 202.274.5030
Move-ins are as follows:
Friday, August 13, 2021
Law school and graduate students
Saturday, August 14, 2021
All residential students
If you cannot move-in on the move-in dates and require a later date, please contact the Director of Residence Life at Quintin.Veasley@udc.edu
Off-Campus Housing Services
In order to assist new, returning, and transfer students with their off-campus housing needs, UDC provides Off-Campus Housing Services. The mission of Off-Campus Housing Services is to acclimate students to the campus, the larger Van Ness community, Washington, D.C. at large. Specifically, these services are designed to support all students in making well-informed decisions when acquiring housing in and around the Washington, DC area and connect them to campus and community resources. These activities will help the Office of Residence Life and Off-Campus Housing Services to accomplish the following goals:
- Provide personalized “high touch” assistance, information, and resources about urban living and housing resources
- Promote student independence and community interdependence
- Serve as liaisons between students, faculty, staff and community agencies
- Maintain an apartment database with real-time rental information
- Organize activities and encourage off campus students to get involved in leadership opportunities on campus and in their communities
- Strengthen neighbor relations by educating students on being “good neighbors”
- Foster community engagement by encouraging active participation in residential communities
- Inform students of university policies and local ordinances