2013-2014 Housing Application Process

Current and Incoming Students can apply for housing and dining services through canelink.utulsa.edu. If you have any trouble completing the process online, please call (918) 631-2516, or visit the Housing and Dining Services office in Fisher Hall, at 2821 E. 8th St., Tulsa, OK 74104, on the campus of the University of Tulsa.

 

Incoming Students:

Welcome to TU! Incoming first-year students that have been accepted to the University of Tulsa may apply for housing starting on February 14th.

STEP 1: Complete Housing & Dining Application. Students under age 18 at the time the application is submitted will need parent or guardian to be available during the on-line application process to electronically sign the Housing agreement. Incoming students will receive information about when they can begin the housing application process and the online password in the mail.

STEP 2: Pay the $250 deposit. You may make a secure payment through the University of Tulsa Business Office website or send a check in the mail to the office Housing & Dining Services, 2821 E. 8th Street, Tulsa, OK 74104. Submitted applications are not processed until the deposit is paid.  

 All licenses will be processed and students will be notified midsummer of your fall assignments. 

 

Current Students:

Sign up to retain your space or enter housing lottery: February 14 - February 28

 

STEP 1: Complete the Online Housing License by February 28

 

STEP 2: Choose your housing option. If you choose to keep your current residence hall or apartment space and agree to the roommate guidelines listed below, you are done!

 

STEP 3: To select a new space, be present on the correct day and time of the housing selection process and select the qualifying space of your choice and agree to the roommate guidelines.

 

Housing Lottery Schedule:
March 6: Theme Housing Selection
March 7: International Living Community (ILC) Lottery
March 8: Apartment Switcher Lottery
March 11: Summer plus Academic Year License Lottery
March 12: Apartment Summer Storage plus Academic Year License Lottery
March 13 & 14: Academic Year License Lottery

 

Lottery Priority System

Each lottery session has a built-in priority system with randomly assigned numbers, giving priority in order of years in college. All lottery sessions go in the following order: law/grad, fourth year +, third year, second year, first year. First-year students who have completed all portions of the MapWorks survey will have higher priority than other first-year students. 

 

*Please note that first-year students do not qualify for the Apartment Summer Storage plus Academic Year lottery. All first-year students wanting to add the summer storage option to any apartment that might be available for selection may do so upon availability during the Academic Year license lottery session. 

 

Spring 2014 Housing

If you only need Spring 2014 housing, please note that the Spring housing assignment process begins in Mid-October. Notices will be sent to off-campus/abroad students at that time. Incoming students may also begin contacting the housing office at 918-631-2516 at that time.

 

 

Important Roommate Information/Guidelines:

 

Residence Hall Info

Residents may retain their current space for the 2013-2014 License period. If a resident wishes to select a new space, he/she must have identified roommates to fill the room to selection capacity. If roommates are not identified, current residents may select a space with another student who has retained his/her room for the 2013-2014 license period. If such a space is unavailable in the building of your choice, another selection may be made.

 

Apartment Info

In order to select a two-bedroom or three-bedroom apartment, you must have enough roommates to fill the apartment with at least one person per bedroom. Roommates should be named on each other's online license.

 

Roommate Assistance:

Housing Roommate Finder is available online and open to any student wishing to seek a roommate for the 2013-2014 License period.â?¨

 

 

We Recommend Renterâ??s Insurance

The university does not assume any liability for loss, damage, or theft of any personal property, or for damage or injury resulting from explosion; fire; mechanical failure of water, steam, or gas lines; defective wiring; or for the negligence of any other occupants of the building. Students who wish to protect themselves from the possibility of such losses should cover their belongings with appropriate insurance. It is to your advantage to contact an insurance company and obtain renterâ??s insurance. Another alternative is to seek coverage under your parentâ??s homeowners insurance.

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Undergraduate students will receive the password in their initial housing information.

Law/Graduate students may email
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