Student Housing Applications are being accepted!
Great news! La Casa Student Housing Applications are being accepted for the new academic year. However, space is limited, and we do encourage you to send it in as early as you can.
Students must qualify to live at La Casa, co‐ed rooms and family housing is not available. To begin the application process see the steps below.
Steps to become part of the La Casa living and learning community:
Are you a recent high school graduate or undergraduate‐level college student?
Are you in pursuit of your first bachelor’s degree?
Are you willing to live with a roommate?
Will you maintain a full‐time college enrollment status during your residence
at La Casa?
Are you interested in mentorship and internship opportunities?
NOTE: To live at La Casa, the college or university you attend must be accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and be a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
If you answered yes to all these questions, you are pre‐qualified! Proceed to step 2:
Applications are reviewed in date order based on the date the file is complete. Please ensure you complete and submit all required parts of the application to avoid processing delays.
The La Casa Student Housing Application is considered complete when all required signatures, application fee, and supporting documents are received.
- Submit a complete application with all required signatures. Choose one:
- Submit proof of income.
Student applicants who receive income, must attach 2016 tax forms as proof of income or alternate proof of income as specified by TRP Property Management. In the case of students who are under the age of 18 or are considered “dependent” for FAFSA purposes, attach 2016 tax forms or other proof of income for the student and for the parent(s) or legal guardian(s).
- Submit a copy of the financial aid award letter from the college that you plan to attend.
A student that plans to use financial aid programs to pay for La Casa Student Housing, must submit a copy of the financial aid award letter supplied by the college that the student plans to attend while living at La Casa Student Housing. The letter spells out the details of the financial aid offer made by the college for the academic year.
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