Class Year Expectations
The Room Selection and Lottery process is designed to offer more increasing levels of independence and autonomy as students move through their four years. Several processes are seniority-based. Different options are recommended for each class year based on connections to other students, interests and available room configurations. We encourage you to review the information specific to your class year so you can enter the process prepared and with reasonable expectations.
Rising seniors have the most options related to their housing. Seniors are also the only students eligible to be released to live off-campus and have priority to select college owned off-campus properties.What to expect as a rising senior
Many rising juniors plan to study abroad in the Fall or live as part of a Living Group or Fraternity/Sorority. For those that are participating in the General Lottery, there are still important considerations to make.Information for rising juniors
Rising sophomores have many options to continue or expand the relationships they have built in their first-year hall community. Recommended housing options include block housing, joining a thematic Living Group or participating in the final lottery.Information for rising sophomores
The Office of Residence Life manages a variety of living environments in which learning is supported and extended beyond the classroom.
Office of Residence Life
132 Farinon Center
Easton, PA 18042
Monday-Friday: 8:45am - 5:00pm
Monday - Friday
8:15am- 4:30pm (closed noon - 1:00pm)