If you’ve been accepted to Lewis & Clark for the Spring semester of the 2013-2014 academic year or deferred your admission from an earlier semester, it will be necessary for you to complete housing materials and return them to the College on or before November 1, 2013. Minimally, you must complete and return a Housing Contract and Room Placement Questionnaire. Housing assignments are based on the date we receive your materials. If you are interested in applying for a themed community you should also submit a completed Theme Housing Application. Theme housing assignments are based on the quality of your supplemental application form first and then on the date we received your housing materials.
For more information about what it is like to live on campus and in the residence halls, please take a moment to look at the Living at Lewis & Clark brochure.
Housing information and forms for Spring ‘14 in the residence halls are available below and must be completed and returned to the Campus Living Office on or before November 1, 2013. Along with your Housing Contract you must have proof that your $100 deposit has been received by the Office of Student Accounts. Minimally, you must complete a Housing Contract and a Roommate Preference Sheet. If you are eligible and plan to apply for a campus apartment, please complete an Application, Lease Agreement and Roommate Preference Sheet. These forms must be returned to Campus Living with proof of the $200 housing deposit on or before November 1, 2013.
If you are applying for Spring 2014 housing, please try our new online forms:
For more complete information, you may download the following forms:
- Housing Contract
- Application & Instructions for Apartments
- 2013-14 Lease Agreement
- Roommate Preference Sheet for Apartments & Residence Halls
- Sex Neutral Housing Agreement
- Double/Single Application
- Contract Release Petition
- Meal Plan Exemption Form
- Single Room Request Form
- Mid-Year Single Room Request
- Theme Housing Applications/Theme Reflection
- Room Change Request Form
Summer Housing 2014
Campus housing for the summer is available on a limited basis. Priority for placement will go to undergraduate students enrolled in summer session. Please visit our Summer Housing page for additional details and summer housing forms.
Visiting graduate and law students registered for summer courses at the Graduate School or Northwestern School of Law will be housed in Hartzfeld Hall on a space available basis. A two-night minimum is required and a reservation form and deposit must be received at least ten days prior to your arrival.