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Newly Admitted Students: Fall 2018-2019

First Time Freshman (FTF) admitted for the fall term who meet the deadline of 11:59 p.m. on April 23, 2018 are guaranteed a housing space when their Housing Down Payment, Enrollment Reservation Deposit, and Orientation Deposit are paid. A housing guarantee ensures a space in campus housing for the 2018-2019 academic year; however, a particular community or specific room type is not guaranteed. A waitlist will be started once housing is full.

Update for First Time Freshman as of April 24:

Campus housing is still available for incoming first time freshman students. The guarantee housing deadline ended on April 23 at 11:59 p.m.. Space is available on a first come first serve basis and a waitlist will be started once housing is full. Housing is in high demand and so we don't suggest waiting if you want campus housing.

New incoming transfers students are NOT guaranteed housing; therefore, apply for campus housing early. Payment date establishes housing assignment priority for living area and room type. Housing Down Payment does not guarantee a space or a specific assignment. Housing is in high demand and space fills quickly. A waitlist will be started once housing is full.

Update for Incoming Transfer Students as of April 24:

Campus housing is full for incoming transfer students currently. Housing anticipates offering more space as it comes available from cancellations. To get your name on the waitlist, go to the ResidentWeb, login with your SSU username and password, click on Incoming Transfer. Students will be added to the waitlist on a first come, first serve basis. No payment is required to get on the waitlist; however, if Housing can offer you a space later, then the $300 Housing Down Payment will be due. If you would like information about off-campus housing, please call Housing Services at 707-664-2541 for more information.

SSU does not have a live-on requirement for newly admitted students. Newly admitted students can start applying for housing once they are admitted to the University. Newly admitted students follow your Stay on Track for instructions on applying. Living areas fill quickly and assignments are made on a first come, first serve basis.

If you have been admitted and are unable to pay the reservation deposits at this time, you may request a Hardship Deferment which reduces the initial payment. More information is available on the Hardship Deferment form regarding eligibility, payment specifics, and instructions.