Below is a list of important dates for our current students that include when applications will be made available, application deadlines, off campus waivers, and lottery draw times. Please remember that these dates could be subject to change, so we encourage you to check your email for updates. You will be receiving more information throughout J-Term and the beginning of spring semester regarding various housing opportunities for the upcoming school year from the Office of Residence Life and Housing. All applications will be made available to students online at the Residence Life and Housing website as well as in the HIVE located in Mary Branch Middle. Students can apply for more than one housing option for the upcoming school year. If a student is selected for more than one housing option they will need to sign a contact stating which option they would like within 24 hours of being selected.
In order to apply for on campus housing students must be cleared with the Business Office. If you have any questions you can contact Wendy Farmer at 804-752-3136. For students who will be studying abroad in the fall please note the College will not be able to hold spaces in any on campus housing while you are abroad. Those students studying abroad in the fall will be guaranteed housing when they return to R-MC in the spring.
If anyone has any questions about housing for the upcoming school year please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
General Housing Information April 4, 2014: Lottery Numbers will be emailed out to studentsWednesday, April 9, 2014 from 5pm-9pm: General Room Selection (Blackwell)
Special Interest HouseFor the 2014-2015 year, the College will have the Honors House and the International House available. If you are interested in applying for these Special Interest Houses, you should contact the Office of International Education or the Honors Program.Townhouse Apartment LotteryApplications Available: February 10, 2014Applications Due: February 26, 2014Townhouse Apartment ApplicationWellness Environment for Living and Learning (W.E.L.L.)Applications Available: February 10, 2014Applications/ Recommendations Due: February 26, 2014W.E.L.L. Application
Disability AccommodationsThe deadline for students applying for special housing and dining accommodations (air conditioning, medical or dietary needs) is April 1, 2014. Students must complete appropriate paperwork at the Office of Disability Support Services (located in the Higgins Academic Center) by this date in order to be considered for housing and dining accommodations for the 2013-2014 academic year. Individuals with questions regarding applications for next year should contact Dr. Jack Trammell at 804-752-7343.Mary Branch Singles LotteryAs many of you know we have a select amount of singles in the Mary Branch basement. This year we have decided to open these up by lottery to students who are interested in these rooms. The rooms vary in size, and we have a select number of male and female rooms up for lottery. If you are interested please come by the Office of Residence Life and Housing and sign up for the Mary Branch Single Lottery. You must see Carol Bailey to sign up. This lottery will be based off seniority and the sign up begins on March 3rd at 9am and will close at 4pm on March 7th. The lottery drawn for these rooms will be in early April.
Winners will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to accept or decline the single room. If you are selected for a Mary Branch single, you will not need to go through the general housing lottery. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Carol Bailey in the Office of Residence Life and Housing at email@example.com.Off Campus WaiversRandolph-Macon College requires that all students live in College-owned residence halls unless they are:
Due to capacity constraints, there will be times when the College will permit other students to move off-campus. When this permission is given, the criteria for students selected will be based on class seniority and will be regulated by the Office of Residence Life & Housing. The authorization to live off-campus will be granted for that particular academic year only. A waiver must be signed and approved in the Office of Residence Life & Housing for every student living off-campus. Waivers may be revoked at any time due to the unacceptable behavior of that student. If this Residence Requirement Waiver is not completed, the student will be billed for room and board as a resident student.
Students who wish to request an off campus waiver and meet the criteria listed above should meet with Carol Bailey by April 1, 2014 to fill out their form. Students who wish to request an off campus waiver and do not meet the criteria listed above should submit a written request to the Director of Residence of Life and Housing office by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1, 2014. The Director of Residence Life and Housing will review all applications and determine those to be approved.