Residence-Hall

Housing Application


Apply to Campus Housing

You will need the following items to complete your application:

  • Westminster College Admittance Letter with username and password
  • Immunization records

If you are having trouble logging into the application using your username and password, please call the Information Systems Department at 801.832.2023 for assistance.

APPLY for CAMPUS HOUSING

Housing Deposits

All residents must pay the $200 housing deposit. Please note that this includes a $50 room reservation fee that is non-refundable. A credit card is needed to pay the deposit and you will need your Westminster email and password to access this page.

Pay Housing Deposits

Housing Scholarships

Housing scholarships in the amount of $5000 per year are available to students who apply for housing by April 1. The housing scholarship does not require an additional application, but students will need to meet the following criteria for consideration:

  • Admitted to Westminster for Fall 2019
  • Eligible for an income-based scholarship
  • Completed housing application by April 1, 2019

Each housing scholarship is guaranteed for two years as long as students remain in good academic standing. Recipients will be notified of their award no later than April 15, 2019. Please direct any questions about the housing scholarship to the Residence Life office at 801.832.2245.

Accommodations

The residence halls have accommodations for people with disabilities. Please contact Karen Hicks, the director of Disability Services, at disabilityservices@westminstercollege.edu or 801.832.2272 for details. Be sure to include any relevant information on your roommate preference form when submitting your housing application.

Extension of Occupancy

pdf Extension of Occupancy (135 KB)

Let’s Talk Roommates

It’s one of the first things on your mind as you start preparing to make the move to college: but who will my roommate be? It’s simple, roommates are matched based on the Roommate Preference Form that’s included in the housing contract.

We know what you’re thinking: what if I don’t get along with my roommate? Learning to navigate shared spaces and new personalities is part of the fun and the growing experience of college. You’ll have a roommate agreement to utilize with your resident advisor if things get sticky.

If you have a friend or specific person you want to live with, don’t worry, you may be paired with one another—though it’s not guaranteed. You should both indicate on your roommate preference form that you want to live with each other. You will also need to create and accept a roommate group in the housing portal. If a member of the roommate group does not accept, you won’t be paired.

pdf Roommate Agreement (387 KB)