The Housing and Residence Life Office is located in Pyle Center and is staffed from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The residence halls at Wilmington are more than just places to sleep and to study. They are living-learning environments that promote individual growth and development.
They also provide a community living experience that is rich with learning opportunities. The Housing Department, under the direction of the Director of Housing & Residence Life, is part of the division of Student Life which is directed by the Vice President for Student Affairs.
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Students may have invited guests in the residence halls and in the rooms at any time. Overnight guests must be registered with the Resident Assistant on the floor. Residents are held responsible for the behavior of their guests. Guests are expected to abide by the rules of the college and with housing policies.
Roommates select each other or are selected by the Housing Staff. Selections are done based on answers to a questionnaire which tries to assess compatibility. This profile is very important in finding the best roommate match. We highly suggest that the student fill out the Housing Application on the StarRez portal and conduct their own roommate search.
ID AND KEY REPLACEMENT
The cost to replace a lost or damaged ID card is $20. The cost to replace a lost residence hall room key is $80, billed to your student account. The cost to replace a Preferred Housing key is $120, billed to your student account.
If you have a medical or physical condition that requires special housing needs, you must have a letter from your family physician stating your condition, listing any prescription medications you are taking, on file with the College’s ADA Service provider and with the Housing and Residence Life Office. For some students with undocumented special needs, please see the Director of Housing & Residence Life for instructions.
For residents requiring air-conditioned rooms for health reasons: