- Do you wonder why there is a “no candle” policy in dorm rooms?
- Are there ways you think Room Draw could be improved?
- Do you want to give input about how to make the dorms better?
- Do you have opinions about dormitory living and Room Draw that you wish to express and have considered by the people who make the policies?
Join the Undergraduate Residence Committee!
What do we do? The Residential Living Policies and Dining Services Guide describes us best:
The Undergraduate Residence Committee is a joint student-administration committee that recommends the policies that govern dormitories, storage, room draw, and other services and facilities.
The committee is composed of undergraduates, including a representative from each of the residential colleges and a student chairperson and representatives from the Housing Department, Building Services, Maintenance, Physical Planning, Dining Services, and the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students.
All interested students are encouraged to attend the committee's announced meetings to apply for membership, and/or to contact the Housing Department for more information.
Room Draw Subcommittee:
| The lottery is intended to facilitate the equitable allotment of dormitory rooms to all eligible students. Room Draw is designed and regulated by the Undergraduate Room Draw Subcommittee. Plans for each year's draw are reviewed in the fall semester. Students are encouraged to attend planning meetings during the fall to and/or make suggestions for Room Draw by contacting the Room Draw chairperson or the Undergraduate Housing Office.