The Office of Residential Life and Education will periodically post useful forms for the residents of Saint Anselm College housing on this page. Please see the description of each form for more information.
Resident Assistant Selection for the 2016-2017 Academic Year
Resident Assistant Selection will begin with Information Sessions in October, November, and December 2015 and will have three additional information sessions in January before applications are due. Applications, information about the position and the application process, and recommendation forms are available below and via email from Bridie Dailey or Jenn Streeter. To access each of the links simply click on the title and follow directions. If you have any questions reach out to the Office of Residential Life and Education and we will guide you through the process! Applications are Due Friday, Jaunary 29, 2016 at 4 p.m. via email to Bridie Dailey and Jenn Streeter.
Housing Lottery and Room Selection 2016-2017
All resident students who want to participate in the Housing Lottery for the Fall 2016 semester must pay a $300 housing deposit by Friday, February 12, 2016 at 4 p.m. to the Office of Residential Life and Education. Please note: without an on-time deposit, a space is not guaranteed for the fall semester.
Room Selection Process
Room selection is an exciting time on campus as students begin to prepare for the next academic year. For those of you that have done this before, you can attest to the fact that it is essential that you understand the process in its entirety. Every year brings some changes; sometimes to the housing options, building designations or to availability of singles or apartments. Please read this booklet carefully as there is a lot of information that will affect how you choose your room for next year. Know that there could be some changes to room availability/options up until room selection. We will do our best to notify the campus of any significant changes.As you begin to think about where you want to live next year, you should think carefully about the people with whom you will live. Your satisfaction depends largely on your roommate(s) and the ability for you to respect and have civility between you. This decision should be a thoughtful one.It is important to remember that there are a limited number of singles, triples, quads and apartments and, regardless of your room selection number, you may not get your first choice. You should be prepared with a back-up plan in case you are not able to select your first choice and most desired location.
All forms will be located outside the Residential Life and Education Office on the first floor of Alumni Hall next to the Registrars Office.
- Proxy forms for students that will be unable to attend lottery nights due to study abroad, class conflict, athletic conflicts, club conflicts, etc.
- Medical Housing Accommodation Request forms
- Apartment Applications
Residential Learning Communities
Every year there is an application process for groups that wish to live in a Residential Learning Community (RLC). The process typically takes place during the spring semester, during Housing Lottery. Check back for updated information in January 2016.