Only undergraduate level students in pursuit of their first bachelor’s degree are considered for residency at La Casa. Students must maintain full‐time enrollment status at a degree‐granting, accredited two‐ or four‐year college or university to maintain eligibility for housing. Students who are currently enrolled at a community college must be working towards and have the intent of completing their first bachelor’s level degree.
Information sessions will be hosted throughout the next few months at the La Casa Resource Center on weekdays and weeknights, and on some weekends. Schedule to attend an information session
on the event calendar.
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:
La Casa Student Housing Application, 2013-2014
La Casa Student Housing Application, 2014-2015
La Casa Student Housing Application for International Students
Students that earn income must attach copies of proof of income for the most recent 3 months. In the case of students who are under the age of 18 or are dependent, attach tax proof of income for 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 attach a copy of the college financial aid award letter for the academic year.
Students who live at La Casa are expected to participate in the La Casa Living‐Learning community.
As part of the application process you are required to complete a roommate match survey form. You can also indicate on the form if you have a roommate you would like to live with. The other individual must do the same in their survey. Remember there are no co-ed rooms in La Casa and no family housing.
La Casa is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, age, disability or other factors when making room assignments. La Casa reserves the right to change the room assignment of a student at any time, to authorize or deny room and roommate changes, and to consolidate vacancies. La Casa will attempt to honor all roommate requests based on availability.
La Casa provides accommodations to qualified students as required by state and federal law. You must submit the Request for Reasonable Accommodations Form, verifying that the request is related to your disability and is necessary to access, maintain, or have full use and enjoyment of housing, with your housing application. Please note that if you family to provide the Request for Reasonable Accommodations Form or apply after May 1, your request may not be processed or provided in a timely manner. Special accommodation requests are not guaranteed and can be denied. To request the Reasonable Accommodations Form, please contact
the La Casa Director.
The student must read all housing information provided before signing the housing contract. If the student is under 19 years of age, parent or guardian must also read all housing information provided before signing the housing contract.
Only complete applications will be considered. Applications will be accepted until all rooms have been assigned.
By signing a La Casa Lease, a student/parent guarantees payment and understands and is obligated to abide by the terms that are outlined. It is a binding contract for the full academic year (fall and spring semester) or that portion which remains when a student/parent contracts to enter La Casa after the fall opening date.
The student resident agrees to pay La Casa the applicable room charges according to Housing Lease Contract, including the advance payment and any required deposits or fees, when submitting the signed contract. Student utilizing financial aid will submit all required paperwork and statements.
A student's right to occupy the space assigned begins no earlier than 8:00 am on the designated date of opening and will terminate at 5:00 pm on the contractual day of course conclusion.
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