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Campus Housing

Campus Housing remains opens to residents, with two residence halls slated for renovations being brought back online to reduce occupancy density. These options also accommodate residents desiring who wish to engage in practices that encourages a higher level of awareness and protective lifestyle choices around COVID-19. Interested students can email to submit a request to the department email.

  • Face coverings and masks that cover the nose and mouth will be required in all interior public spaces and outside when social distancing cannot be maintained.
  • Campus Housing Facilities will continue rigorous sanitation processes to clean and sanitize public spaces and other high traffic touchpoints.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at high traffic touchpoints.
  • Hall gatherings and programs will be planned in accordance with the Restore Illinois plan guidelines.
  • Guests will not be allowed in the residence halls. This includes both day visitors and overnight visitors. This policy will be revisited as public health considerations allow.
  • To reduce occupancy density in residence hall communities, a hybrid of double and single rooms will be offered.
  • Roommates will be considered household units and can be assigned together per mutual request.
  • A residence hall building will be reserved for isolation and quarantine purposes.
  • Room Change Requests will be suspended until further notice.
  • Campus Housing will also be reducing occupancy density in Commons West and Commons South in an effort to reduce congestion in the community bathrooms in those residence halls. Rooms in Commons West may have two sets of furniture but only one student per room will be assigned.
  • Any triple occupancy bedroom in a traditional style residence hall will be used as a double room at max.
  • Campus Housing has instituted additional resident responsibilities in an effort to keep our communities safe. Students will be required to read and agree with these responsibilities as a part of the move in process.

Housing Move-In has been altered to offer three options based upon student need.

Campus Housing Website