Returning Student Single Room Lottery

Single Room Lottery information for current residence hall students

Single Room Lottery Timeline

  • January 30 to February 4: Application open to current residents to sign up for the single room lottery. Go to https://my.housing.uwosh.edu to sign up for the lottery.
  • February 6: Notification goes out to students who receive a single room for next year at the cost listed below. Notification will be sent to your UWO e-mail account. Students not receiving a single room will be notified as well.

Applying for the lottery is not associated with choosing a specific room (meaning you will still need to pick a room whether you receive a single or not.) Please see the Any other building room sign up section for the room selection timeline.You must pay the $150 housing deposit and complete your housing application before you can choose a room.

General Single Room Lottery Information

  • Each and every resident desiring a single room must apply for the single room lottery. This includes anyone currently in a single room, regardless of how obtained.

NOTE: Single room status DOES NOT CARRY OVER FROM YEAR to YEAR unless granted by Dean of Students/Disability Services.
  • If you require a single for medical reasons you MUST submit medical documentation to the Dean of Students office/Disability Services. 

NOTE: You are still encouraged to apply for the single room lottery.


Cost for a Single Room for 2016-2017

  • Regular Single Room: $2,920 per semester
  • Taylor Hall Single Room: $3,134 per semester
  • Designer Single Room: $2,704 per semester *Available in North Scott, South Scott and South Gruenhagen

 

*2017-2018 proposed rates will be posted as soon as available.

Single Room Distribution

A limited number of single rooms will be allotted for the upcoming school term. There will not be a predetermined number of men' s or women's singles.

A. Anyone 25 years of age or older as of January 30, 2017, who applies for a single by February 4th via the on-line housing application will be granted a single. These will then be subtracted from the total number of singles available.

B. The remaining available number of single rooms will be assigned, through random selection:

1. 50% will be awarded to those students having earned 75 or more credits, including graduate students.

2. 35% will be awarded to those students having earned 45 or more credits plus those remaining from   group #1 who did not receive a single room in the first selection.

3. 15% will be awarded to all other students who have applied and those remaining from groups #1 and #2 who did not receive a single room through the first two selections.

 

Remaining applications will form the waiting list according to the exact date and time they applied for a single on-line.