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On February 28, 2013, any rising juniors or seniors (students that have completed 3 or more semesters by the end of fall 2012) that are currently living in single rooms are eligible to squat in their current room.

On February 28, 2013, any rising juniors or seniors (students that have completed 3 or more semesters by the end of fall 2012) that are currently living in single rooms are eligible to squat in their current room. In order to squat your single room for the 2013-2014 academic year, you will need to log onto homer connect, https://homerconnect.ithaca.edu/ on February 28, 2013 between the hours of 9am and 9pm.

Rising sophomores residing in traditional double or triple rooms will be eligible to squat their current spaces if they are still available beginning on July 8, 2013. You will receive additional information about this process closer to that time.

Please log onto HomerConnect, https://homerconnect.ithaca.edu/, today to check your eligibility to squat your room. You can learn about squatting by going to http://www.ithaca.edu/reslife/guide/room_selection_programs/returning_students/.

If you have trouble squatting your room, please call Residential Life and Housing at 607-274-3141.

Failure to squat on February 28, 2013, between 9am and 9pm will result in a student needing to select housing elsewhere on campus according to semester standing. 

If you choose to not squat your room, you can visit https://homerconnect.ithaca.edu/ to view the housing selection time line.

 

 

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