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  • Interested in a Hall or Room Transfer? (Aug 30, 2019)

    Are you interested in a hall or room transfer? The Fall 2019 open transfer period begins on Tuesday, September 3rd and will continue through Tuesday, September 24, 2019.

    Simply download the transfer form, fill out completely, then submit to the Student Housing Office located at Frear Hall beginning September 3rd. NO FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA EMAIL, UH FILE DROP OR FAX. All transfer requests will be done on a first-come, first-serve basis and is based on space availability.

    All residents must fill out their own individual transfer request form. For residents wanting to transfer with another person or in a group, all completed forms must have identical requests and be submitted together.

    Should your transfer request be accommodated, you will receive a transfer confirmation to your UH email. A move date and time will be scheduled for you and your account will be adjusted accordingly. You will be responsible for paying any rent increases and meal plan charges, resulting from your transfer request.

  • Fall Roommate Information

    Roommate information is now available and can be found here. Please note that roommate information is subject to change as we are still in the process of assigning for the Academic Year. If you do not see any roommate information, you may not have a roommate yet or your roommate(s) have not authorized to release their information.

Why live on campus?

Current Residents

52%
Out of State Residents
43%
In-State Residents
2876
Undergraduate Students
37
Graduate Students

Data: Academic Year 2018 - 2019 applications

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E komo mai nou nō ka hale

"Come in, the house is yours"