The following are housing related FAQs for admitted first-year and transfer students. Also, be sure to watch the recording of our 2023 Admitted Student Housing Webinar!
Go to your application status page at https://apply.gonzaga.edu/apply/status. For additional assistance, view our detailed instructions on submitting your housing application and $200 housing deposit.
For more information about housing selection visit First Year Room Selection.
Housing will use your Zagmail to send notifications. For instructions on how to set-up your Zagmail, go to your application status page.
You can edit your housing profile anytime before room selection. A couple portions of the application can not be edited, however those pages do have an alert notfiying you.
Residential Living Agreement
You can begin filling out the Residential Living Agreement right after you are admitted. When you submit your Residential Living Agreement can impact when you get to register for housing.
No. You can submit your Residential Living Agreement before you submit the $200 housing deposit.
Gonzaga's Living-Learning Communities are themed housing options, designed for students who are interested in pursuing their passions alongside others outside of the classroom. Each learning community is the result of partnership between Housing and Residence Life and a variety of academic and educational on-campus departments.
First-Year students are encouraged to apply by the priority deadline of April 1st. Students who do not apply by April 1st must apply by the regular deadline of May 1st to still be considered.
Students who apply by the priority deadline of April 1st will be notified of their decision within two weeks. Students who apply by the regular deadline of May 1st will be notified of their decision by May 5th so they can participate in roommate pairing beginning May 6th.
Students who apply by the regular deadline will be placed on a waitlist. If space in an LLC becomes available, students who applied will be given the option to change their room assignment. If there are more spaces in an LLC than applicants, all first-year students will be informed of the available space and must indicate interest via email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered.
No. If you apply and are admitted to an LLC, you cannot opt out of the LLC at any point. Should a room change become necessary, you may change rooms within the building of the LLC.
For more information about finding a roommate visit Roommate Matching.
Yes. Roommmate matching opens up May 6th.
No. You simply need to be in a roommate group before selection.
Students under 21 years old are guaranteed lower-division housing, however, the Housing office will place you in best-available, best-match vacancies after selection has occured.
Upper division housing is generally reserved by current GU students, however, waitlist may be available for students that qualify as upper division.