The Office of Residential Life is now accepting off-campus applications from rising sophomores. Applications are due by noon on November 15, 2013.

11/06/2013

Contributed by Linda Koenig

Are you interested in living off-campus for fall 2014?  Applications from rising juniors continue to be accepted by the Office of Residential Life. Additionally, the off-campus process has been opened for rising sophomores to apply!

Students who will be sophomores for the fall 2014 (defined as a student who has lived on campus for 1 complete semester by the end of fall 2013) will now be eligible to apply. Also students who will be juniors for the Fall 2014 (defined as a student who has lived on campus for 3 complete semesters by the end of fall 2013) who have not already applied still have a chance.

In order to be considered for off-campus status, students need to complete the off-campus application and the off-campus module, “Putting the Pieces Together: Being a Responsible Member of the Ithaca Community”. Students should not sign any leases before they are officially approved to move off campus by the Office of Residential Life. Please consult the Ithaca College residency policy at http://www.ithaca.edu/attorney/policies/vol7/Volume_7-70501.htm#TopofPage.

Remember to not sign any leases or make any commitments to off-campus living without written permission from the Office of Residential Life.

The off-campus application can be found on the residential life website at http://www.ithaca.edu/reslife/off_campus/.

Students who will be sophomores for the fall 2014 (defined as a student who has lived on campus for 1 complete semester by the end of fall 2013) will now be eligible to apply. Also students who will be juniors for the Fall 2014 (defined as a student who has lived on campus for 3 complete semesters by the end of fall 2013) who have not already applied still have a chance.

In order to be considered for off-campus status, students need to complete the off-campus application and the off-campus module, “Putting the Pieces Together: Being a Responsible Member of the Ithaca Community”. Students should not sign any leases before they are officially approved to move off campus by the Office of Residential Life. Please consult the Ithaca College residency policy at http://www.ithaca.edu/attorney/policies/vol7/Volume_7-70501.htm#TopofPage.

Remember to not sign any leases or make any commitments to off-campus living without written permission from the Office of Residential Life.

The off-campus application can be found on the residential life website at http://www.ithaca.edu/reslife/off_campus/.

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