University Residences Assignment Information

Welcome to University Residences! New students to University Residences for the 2019 Spring Semester will be notified of their room and roommate assignment information on or about December 11, 2018.  This notification will be sent to your Purdue email address. Any questions regarding your housing assignment should be directed to the main office of your assigned residence. This information will be included in your housing assignment notification.  

Important Information Regarding Early Check-in:

The 2019 Spring Semester Purdue University Residences contract begins Monday, January 7, 2019.  All new students and returning residents may move in beginning Thursday, January 3, 2019 any time after 8:00 a.m. at no additional charge.

Important Dates
DateDayTimeDescription
January 3, 2019 Thursday 8:00 a.m.

New students and returning residents may check-in to their assigned room any time after 8:00 a.m. at no additional charge and begin board service with the breakfast meal on Monday, January 7, 2019.

January 6, 2019 Sunday 11:59 p.m. EST

The DEADLINE to reduce your meal swipes in the traditional meal plans or switch to the Boiler Block Plan or the Boiler Gold Plan.  (Please note the Boiler Block Meal Plan is available to students who are sophomores and above, and the Boiler Gold Plan is also available to residents of Hawkins Hall.)  Also, deadline for new spring semester students assigned to Hawkins Hall, Hilltop Apartments, Purdue Village Undergraduate or the UR Boiler Apartments to change to a room-only contract.  Meal plan changes should be submitted in the housing contract portal at https://myhousing.purdue.edu/StarRezPortal.

January 7, 2019 Monday 7:30 a.m.

Spring semester classes begin.

Don't Forget
  • Each resident is responsible to furnish their own blankets, sheets, bed spreads, pillows, towels, washcloths, soap, etc.
  • The mattress size is 36” x 78”.
  • Internet - PAL3.0 is the wired/wireless internet provided in all University Residences.  Purdue Village provides Wintek and the UR Boiler Apartments provide Comcast and MetroNet.  Modems and routers are installed in all University Residences locations.  Do not purchase or bring wireless routers as this interferes with the Wi-Fi signals that are in place.  Students distributing wireless signals will lose connectivity and/or be handled as a conduct violation.  For more information, please visit http://www.housing.purdue.edu/urmovein/resources.html or http://www.housing.purdue.edu/urmovein/resnet_instructions.html.  You may also call the Resnet Help Desk at 765-494-2200.
  • For more information about loft guidelines, please visit Loft Guidelines and Options.
  • For information about doing your laundry in University Residences, please visit Frequently Asked Questions.
  • Note: University Residences will accept cash, check, credit/debit card and BoilerExpress transactions in the main office of the following locations only:
    • Purdue Village
    • Smalley Center

We invite and strongly encourage you to review our Frequently Asked Questions about Purdue University Residences. This will acquaint you with the operations and procedures developed over the years to make your stay a pleasant experience.

The Purdue University Student Health Center (PUSH) provides outpatient healthcare for students, including immunizations required by the State of Indiana. Please be sure to use your assigned residence mailing address when completing health insurance forms (see below for U.S. Postal addresses for University Residences). For more information on immunizations and other services, visit the PUSH website or call (765) 494-1700.

If you have pre-registered for classes, your initial room and board assessment will be included on your fee statement in your MyPurdue account in the near future. You will be responsible for checking your MyPurdue account on a regular basis for fee assessment and account information.

If you are a recipient of financial aid, including Guaranteed Student Loans, up to one semester’s housing payments plus any past due amounts will be deducted from the available financial aid funds and credited to your housing bill at the beginning of each semester. A loss or reduction in your financial aid award is not a reason for cancellation of your housing contract, unless your plans change and you will NOT be attending Purdue University for the 2019 Spring Semester.

Mail should be addressed to you using the following format (your room assignment will be sent on or about December 11, 2018 to your Purdue email address):

Student Name
Name of Residence, Room Number
Street Address
City, State  Zip Code

Important note: If you use and expect to receive mail addressed to a name other than what is listed on your Purdue University Student ID, please update your MyPurdue account and enter your preferred first name (the name you wish to be called) to ensure you will receive your mail deliveries.

For your assigned residence's mailing address information, please view the U.S. postal address of your assigned residence.

It should be understood that the student is expected to fulfill the terms of the University Residences contract for the entire spring semester if in attendance at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus. No consideration for termination of the contract will be made so that a student can accept residence in a private home, apartment, sorority/fraternity, cooperative housing or any other residence at any time during the spring semester. Students who marry and establish local residence with their spouse may request release from their housing contract if space is not available at the Purdue Village Apartments.

If you find you will be unable to enroll at Purdue University for the 2019 Spring Semester, you must notify your assigned residence in writing at the earliest possible date and state briefly the reason for the change in your plans.

Our club is looking forward to your support and participation in its program. Club dues will be $16.00 per semester and will be included in the assessment for housing costs at the beginning of the spring semester. Your club dues provide for social, recreational programs and other events.

It is with pleasant anticipation that we look forward to our association with you, and it is hoped that the coming semester will be a happy and successful one.