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The majority of housing applications can be submitted through an online process. The timeline indicates which housing applications can be accepted online. A separate paper application process will be used to apply for Commuter Status, Michels Hall Service Program, Theme Houses and the St. Siard International Living Community. Students will need to complete an individual/group application for each choice by the due date listed in the Housing Selection calendar.   


Areas included with the separate application process must be turned in and verified by a staff member in the Residential Education and Housing Office or at the Knight Connections Desk. Hours that applications will be accepted are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Applications will not be accepted after 4:00 p.m. Applications cannot be mailed or placed on the outside of the REH office door or left at the Knight Connections Desk.  Students need to use the Knightline issued lottery number on all housing applications, unless a new number has been approved and issued by REH.

An email will be sent to the individual/group when their application is turned in to verify that it has been received by the due date.

An email confirmation will be sent to all students who applied for a specific group. It is the individual(s) responsibility to notify REH that he/she no longer wants to be a part of a group’s application before the stated deadline. After a group has been awarded a specific housing area, individuals who applied for the group cannot change their assignment.


Students who do not receive commuter status or off-campus status are required to apply for housing on campus. If a student chooses not to apply, the Department of Residential Education and Housing will assign the student to a room based on available space.


All senior groups will be assigned first in order of the best lottery numbers. Students who are planning on living together need to apply as a group of the same gender, completing only one application. Students who receive off-campus permission may apply for on-campus housing, but the assignment is legally binding for the academic year.  



Only Seniors and Juniors can apply for Upper-Class housing options. Groups that include Sophomores will not be assigned upper-class housing options.  Upper-class housing areas are Carriage House, College Houses, Convent, Gries Hall, Premontre Hall, Rectory, Riverside, Townhouses, Vander Zanden and Xanten Hall.


Please note the Department of Residential Education and Housing reserves the right to assign or re-assign housing units based upon gender needs according to enrollment. The residence halls that may be affected are Burke, Michels, MMM or VMC.  


Click here to access online applications or to download paper applications.  The printable forms and applications are located on the right side of the Housing Selection page on the right side. 


Room Buyouts:

Room buyouts are not an option offered for the 2014 fall semester.  Room buyouts are not offered for Gries, Premontre and Xanten Halls fall or spring semesters.

Department of Residential Education and Housing

Phone: (920) 403-3360
Fax: (920) 403-3361

St. Norbert College • 100 Grant Street • De Pere, WI 54115-2099 • 920-337-3181