Student Housing

The University of Mississippi

Room Consolidation

Info for Freshmen

Consolidation occurs during room selection and after each semester begins as residence hall vacancies are evaluated. Once the semester begins, residents who live in double rooms without roommates will have three options: find a roommate, have a roommate assigned, or pay the increased rate for a private room (if available). Privatization options will be based entirely on space availability. This option is not available in contemporary halls or residential colleges during fall semester.  If we have residents living in temporary housing, making the room private will not be an option.

 

Info for Sophomores, Juniors, & Seniors

While students are being afforded the opportunity to choose their own bedspaces, the Department of Student Housing reserves the right to relocate and consolidate students to maximize occupancy.

Because opposite genders cannot occupy the same room, suite, or apartment, this includes consolidating spaces of same-gendered residents during the booking process to make available additional spaces for the opposite gender.