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Early Decision Admission
English Language School Student
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Residence Hall Preferences
If you are NOT planning to live on campus, you do not need to complete the "Residence Hall Preferences," "Residence Hall Options and Room and Board Rates" or the "Roommate Preference Information" sections. You are only required to submit your $200 $200 enrollment deposit to reserve your place in the class.
If you plan to live on campus, please complete all of the sections below. Your enrollment deposit is $400 $400.
Please note some residence halls and room sizes might not be available.
While we strive to place first year and transfer students in all four main residence halls,
most of our new students will be housed in McCandless Hall. The availability of triple and quad rooms might also be limited.
Please number residence halls in order of preference
(#1 as most desirable, through #4):
Holy Cross Hall:
Le Mans Hall:
Please number room size in order of preference
(#1 as most desirable, through #4):
Which is more important to you?
Residence Hall Options and Room and Board Rates
Following are the residence hall options and average
combined room and board rates for the 2012-2013
academic year. Rates for the 2013-14 year will be determined in April and will be mailed to you as
soon as they are available.
Room assignments are made on a first-come, first served
basis. The sooner the Office of Admission
receives this form and your $400 $400 enrollment deposit, the
more likely it is that your preference will be granted.
The Department of Residence Life and Community Standards will make every effort
to grant your choice of room size and roommate;
however, they cannot guarantee that you will receive
your preference. Once you have been assigned a room,
there will be no room changes until the official room change in the fall.
Le Mans, Holy Cross, McCandless,and Regina Halls
Roommate(s) Preference Information
To assist with matching you with a roommate(s), please answer the following questions by checking a response. Please keep in
mind that even with the following answers we cannot guarantee complete matches. Your answers will be kept confidential.
1. Do you smoke?
* Smoking is not permitted in any residence hall.
2. Would you object to a roommate who smokes?
3. Are you comfortable with your roommate(s) hosting a guest of the opposite sex during established visitation hours?
4. Sleep habits during the week
I go to bed before 10 pm
I go to bed between 10pm-12 midnight
I go to bed between 12 midnight-2 am
I go to bed after 2 am
5. Sleep habits during the weekend:
I like to get up early
I like to sleep in
My schedule always varies
6. When studying in my room, I like:
A little background noise
A lot of background noise
I plan to study elsewhere (i.e. lounge or library)
7. When it comes to personal belongings (food, clothes, toiletries, furniture) my attitude is:
What's mine is yours
You can usually use my things; ask first
I prefer it if people not use my things
8. My room tends to be:
Clean and organized
Clean, but not necessarily organized
Who has time to clean?
9. Are you interested in living with a particular roommate? That person is:
*Due to limited number of triples and quads, you may only list one roommate and both persons must request each other.
Do you have any special needs that should be considered when placing you in housing?
If yes, please explain:
If you have questions regarding housing,
please contact the Department of Residence Life and Community Standards
at (574) 284-4522, or go to www.saintmarys.edu/residence-life.
Deposit Amount *
$200 (Living off Campus)
$400 (Living on Campus)
Please process your deposit by entering your credit card information below.