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Transfer Student Housing Sign Up Guide


On-campus housing is extremely limited for transfer students and is not guaranteed this year due to the high demand for upper-division housing.

Coming to campus for Spring 2016? Visit our Spring Sign-Up Guide. >>

Transfer students may complete the housing application, and will be added to a non-guaranteed wait list. If you choose to apply, you should expect to hear from us regarding any change in the status of your application.

As a transfer student, you will be able to log in to My Blue Hen Home beginning in the Spring to complete the housing application after your Admissions deposit has cleared. You will need to pay the $200 housing prepayment as well.

You, the student, will:

  • Verify your personal details
  • Sign the Student Housing Contract. If under 18, a parent or guardian will need to sign the contract.
  • Complete a lifestyle questionnaire






The Student Housing Contract will become legally binding 48 hours after submission of the application. This contract covers the entire 2015-2016 academic year (the “Contract Period”). 

All students assigned to upper-division residence halls will be charged the published rate for the selected/assigned hall type and room type.

Residence Life & Housing oversees housing policies. Students must abide by all policies; policies are designed to protect the rights of all students and to encourage responsibility in each community.


Relax. We've got it covered.

The residence halls offer students a variety of amenities at no additional cost. UD provides convenient services so you can focus on what matters most to you.

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At the University of Delaware, there are various housing options to accommodate dietary, medical, and physical needs for students. We understand that there are circumstances where particular requests and accommodations need to be considered.

To accurately and equitably evaluate requests for housing based upon medical, psychological, or disability needs, you will submit documentation of your need, consisting of an evaluation by an appropriate professional that relates the current impact of your condition to your housing request. 

You should complete the Housing Application and try to assign yourself to a room that meets your needs (i.e., look for a first floor room, or a building with air conditioning, etc).

Once we are notified by Disability Support Services that your request has been approved, we will review your assignment. If your self-selected space does not match your approved needs, we will reassign you to an appropriate space on campus.

Please note that any delay in request will delay reassignment. For complete details on housing requests involving needs, please refer to the Housing Accommodations webpage, or contact Residence Life & Housing at (302) 831-HOME (4663).