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Residence Life and Housing
Ely Center 132
Residence Life and Housing, a unit of Student Affairs, has the primary responsibility of managing the facilities and programs in our five residence halls, Faculty Row Houses, and the Kendall Apartment Complex.
We provide quality programs and services to assist with the challenging transition to college living. Our office provides monthly dorm events that ease the many issues faced by students. These programs are designed to:
Our office is made up of three major components: Housing Operations, Residence Hall Management and Supervision, and Marketing and Assessment.
The Housing Operations component of our office covers everything related to daily living in the residence hall rooms and on-campus apartments, including the room lottery, roommate changes, and housing assignments.
We have six University residence halls and three Faculty Row Houses. We also offer housing at the Kendall Apartments where units are available for use by families with children. Housing for married couples without children is available in our University residence halls. For both Married Housing and Kendall Apartments, at least one spouse or parent must be a matriculated student at Gallaudet University. For information please visit here.
Residence Hall Management and Supervision covers the daily educational programming aspects of residence hall living and policy enforcement. Our staff work closely with the Department of Public Safety to ensure that our residents have a safe and positive living experience. Please visit Residence Hall Policies to view the Student Handbook online. We also have a Frequently Asked Questions page where you will find answers to the most commonly-asked questions.
The Marketing and Assessment component of our office covers the efforts of getting the message out to the community about Residence Life and Housing.
Have more questions or want more information? Contact us or visit us at Ely Center 132.
Residence Education Coordinator
Associate Residence Education Coordinator
Residence Life Manager
Staff Residential Assistant
Sub Resident Assistant
Resident Assistant (RA)
Resident Assistant/Team Leader
Peer Advisor (PA)
Front Desk Assistant
Front Desk Assistant/Team Leader
Senior Peer Advisor
Housing Operations services covers anything related to the daily living in the residence hall rooms and on-campus apartments, room lottery, roommate changes, and housing assignments.
Marketing and assessment services involve getting the message out to the community about Residence Life and Housing as well as gathering data on the residence hall living experience
Guide to the appeals process for Residence Life and Housing disciplinary actions against students
Information on the various types of housing options available for enrolled students and their families
Guide to completing and submitting the housing application form
Housing cancellation request guide and form from the Resident Life and Housing office
Housing contract and terms of occumpany guide from the Residence Life and Housing office
Resident Requirement Policy from the Residence Life and Housing office
Housing Operations guide to first-year and second-year residency requirements from the Residence Life and Housing office.
Guide to the residency requirement exemption process for first-year and second-year students from the Residence Life and Housing office
How to complete the residency requirement exemption form from the Residence Life and Housing office
How to complete the online on-campus residency requirement exemption form from the Residence Life and Housing office
Housing Operations' residence hall policies from the Residence Life and Housing office
Housing Operations' service animals policy from the Residence Life and Housing office
Information about student room linens from the Residence Life and Housing office
Information about room rates for on-campus housing from Housing Operations and Residence Life and Housing
Guide to internet access for visitors from Housing Operations and Residence Life and Housing
Information about visitor housing from the Residence Life and Housing office
Procedure to request for reconsideration of an exemption to the 'Live on Campus' policy
Instructions to complete the Room Lottery process online.
Helpful information about the lottery application process.
Instructions and information about applying for housing.
Information about meal plans during Room Lottery.
Information for students who do not plan to live on campus again.
All about the Room Lottery.
Timeline for the Room Lottery.
Options to choose from in the Room Lottery.
Information about the Room Lottery for groups of four.
Information about the Room Lottery for groups of two.
Information about the Room Lottery for individuals.
Information about the Room Lottery's point system.
Information about the Room Lottery's waiting list.
Information about the Room Lottery for OSWD students.
Information about the Room Lottery for current first-year students.
Information about the Room Lottery for undergraduate students.
Information about the Room Lottery for ELI students.
Information about the Room Lottery for graduate students.
Information about the Room Lottery application requirements.
Information about the waiting list for the Room Lottery.
Care packages and family collection information from Residence Life and Housing .
A collection of campus life resources for students.
An introduction to the University Residence Halls, including Ballard Residential Complex, Benson Hall, Carlin Hall, Clerc Hall, Living and Learning Residence Hall 6, Peet Hall, and Faculty Row.
Residence Life and Housing is responsible for all things housing.
Information about employment for students through Residence Life and Housing.
We conduct surveys and reviews to improve residence hall living.
12:00 am - 12:00 am
All Residence Halls close and Winter Break Begins
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