Assignments and Agreements
Look here for information regarding the process of assigning rooms for incoming freshmen, transfers, and continuing students. This section also contains information concerning Requests for Special Housing Accommodations and assignment notification.
Information on how to cancel your application for incoming freshmen as well as the criteria for continuing students to cancel their Occupancy License.
Charges and Fines
We strive to maintain our living areas at the highest levels of functionality and cleanliness as possible. Routine maintenance expenses are a planned function of any residence hall. However, accidental or intentional damages results in higher semester costs for all students. This section includes a list of charges/fines for many of the common damages in a residence hall as well as fines for processes that students may fail to follow.
Expanded Occupancy & Temporary Housing
During times of escalating freshmen enrollment and increased upper-division student interest in living on-campus, Campus Living & Learning utilizes an "expanded occupancy and temporary housing" plan to accommodate as many students as possible. Look here for details about this process and a list of frequently asked questions.
Room rates for students in Campus Living & Learning are generally determined by the type of bath and/or if the community is apartment style with a kitchen. Descriptions, room configurations, and costs are provided in an easy-to-follow table format. Summer rates are also listed.
Housing Sign Up
Copies of the current one-year and two-year Occupancy Licenses are available here.
Baylor University has an on-campus residency requirement for all incoming first-year students. Check here to see criteria for exemption, forms, and other pertinent information.
Room Change Request Form
For students currently living on campus who want to request a room change.
Check here to understand how, why and when a roommate change should be made.
Follow this link for information on staying on campus as a student for the summer months.
Research shows that students who live on campus make higher grades and are more likely to graduate, build closer relationships with their professors and friends, and are more involved in student activities. That's why Baylor is committed to providing qualified transfer students an opportunity to live on campus.