Housing Related Forms & Documents for Residential Students
Most of the forms and documents that WCSU residential students will need can be found here. For other information or additional help, contact us or see your RA/RD.
In order to live on campus, every potential resident must complete and submit a Housing Application by the appropriate due date (May 1st is the last date to submit an application for guaranteed fall housing. Applications will be accepted after that date, and acted upon as space is available.
In order to be released from the year-long housing contract, students must complete the Housing Contact Cancellation Request form. This must be completed prior to the start of the semester for which the student is requesting to be released from the contract.
Guests under the age of 18 may be permitted to spend the night with a sibling or friend by providing a completed parental permission form, which must be submitted to the H & RL office no later than 24 hours before the overnight.
If you are providing permission for a child to visit for the weekend, please be sure that you have faxed the form to the Housing & Residence Life Office by noon on Friday. Forms that come in after that time cannot be guaranteed to be delivered, and the guests will be refused at the Information Desks.
Forms can be downloaded and faxed to 203-837-8529.
Students who require housing accommodations must fill out the application and present appropriate documentation. See the PDF above for documentation guidelines.
As soon as a resident makes the decision to begin living off campus, this form should be submitted to the Housing Office.
The department collects a "Missing Persons Confidential Contact Form at check in from all residents. If you wish to change your confidential contact, you must complete this form and bring it to the Housing & Residence Life offices in Newbury Hall. Your old form will be removed from our files and shredded, and the new contact information will be updated as indicated on your form.
The H&RL Guide covers a wide variety of topics that affect life on campus, ranging from residence hall staff and student leadership opportunities to roommate conflict resolution and visitation policies.
This book offers information about University regulations, students rights and judicial procedures. This is a must read for every student on campus.