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So the housing waitlist opened up

progprog Registered User Posts: 45 Junior Member
edited May 2009 in SUNY at Stony Brook
Here is your current Housing Waitlist status:

Residence Hall Single : 4

Residence Hall Double : 3

West Apartment Single : 2

West Apartment Double : 2



Applied early early early this morning. I'm crossing my fingers >.<
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Replies to: So the housing waitlist opened up

  • frasifrasifrasifrasi Registered User Posts: 959 Member
    I was up until 2 am, checked at 6am and still nothing. It opened while I was in class so I got 22 for west. But you will definitely get in. Your status are awesome. Expect to heat something later in august I guess. Please let me know if they offer you housing before. I want to see how fast the list is going. Thanks.
  • progprog Registered User Posts: 45 Junior Member
    I certainly hope I get housing, the way people/administration made it sound was like NO ONE gets housing from the wait list for the fall semester.
  • PseudonymPseudonym Registered User Posts: 649 Member
    Assuming you meet the eligibility requirements for West, it looks like you'll be in good shape. Congrats :)
  • progprog Registered User Posts: 45 Junior Member
    Speaking of requirements, I have a question about that. On the site it says

    "West Apartments are for undergraduate students of U3 or U4 standing."

    and on the housing wait list site it says

    "Requesting a reassignment from a Residence Hall space to a space in the West Apartments: Eligibility for housing in the West Apartments is limited to current Upper-Division Residence Hall occupants who have a minimum GPA of 2.50 and are in good judicial standing. Spaces which become available in the West Apartments will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis utilizing the above eligibility criteria."

    Is the 2.50 GPA requirement only for students moving from dorms to apartments, or is it for off campus students also?

    Also I just noticed that it says its available to "Current Upper-Division Residence Hall occupants", does that mean I won't be able to get housing in west? I live off campus so technically i'm not a current resident on campus.
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