Upperclass Student Housing Application Form

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Student Information

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Housing Preference

Available to sophomore transfer students only. If you interested in joining a residential college, please also complete the residential college application and contact Dr. Joe Defeo at jdefeo@fairfield.edu.


If checked, please also complete the Special Accommodations Housing Request Form.

Lifestyle Preferences

Preferred Roommate (Optional)

If you have a desired roommate(s), please indicate their name(s) and ID number(s) below. The Office of Residence Life cannot guarantee your roommate preferences but will try to accommodate. If you do not have a desired roommate, one will be selected for you. (All roommates must request each other in order for requests to be considered)

Non-Discrimination Statement

The Office of Residence Life is dedicated to creating safe and comfortable living and learning environments for all students. Living at college the first year encompasses learning with and by a diverse group of roommates and community members. Fairfield University admits students of any sex, race, color, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, age, national origin or ancestry, disability or handicap to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the University. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, age, national origin or ancestry, disability or handicap in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic programs, or other University administered programs.

Housing Guidelines

Living on campus is being part of a community. Living in community comes with benefits and challenges and there are certain expectations that everyone should have for one another, including but not limited to, open communication, being respectful, and being an active member of the community. The Office of Residence Life provides residential guidelines to all students and it is an expectation that all resident students read, understand, and follow the guidelines. Though they are all very important, please note the following guidelines:

  • I understand that by attending Fairfield University and becoming a resident student, I must fully abide by the Fairfield University Student Handbook and Residential Guidelines. It is my responsibility to read the handbook and be aware of the code of conduct.

  • I understand that I am responsible for the condition of my room, and if there are damages, I am responsible for reporting them so they can be fixed.

  • I understand that as a full-time resident student, I will be guaranteed on-campus housing. I also understand that I am required to live on campus in one of the University's student residences for all four years of my undergraduate experience. I further understand that only seniors are permitted to live off campus and that a senior must first be granted permission (i.e., a release) by Fairfield University before he or she will be allowed to live off campus. I understand that the decision whether to grant or deny a request to live off campus rests entirely with Fairfield University. I understand that if I am not granted permission by Fairfield University to live off campus, I will be required to live on campus my senior year, and will be billed accordingly.

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