New student orientation is fun and exciting. It is also very busy and a little hectic. For that reason, students should complete several items before attending. Among other things, submitting a Housing Contract is one of them if planning to live on campus:
Submit a Housing Contract before orientation
First-time-in-college students are not required to live on campus during their first year at UNF, but we highly recommend it.
*Want to live on campus for Summer 2017?* Be sure to fill out the summer housing contract! You only have to pay the $300 deposit once.
When to submit your contract
As soon as possible! The sooner you get it submitted, the less you have to worry about later.
What it will cost
You will be required to pay a $300 pre-payment with your first UNF Housing Contract. We will apply $100 to the non-refundable processing fee and $200 will be applied to your rent, once it is assessed to your account. Housing rates vary depending on term, building and occupancy choices. For more information about how and when to pay for Housing, visit our UNF Housing FAQ website.
How to submit the contract
Students (and parents) are highly encouraged to carefully review the terms and conditions of each contract they choose to submit. To submit a Housing Contract, follow these steps:
- Log in to myWings, and select the “Student” tab.
- Under “My Records,” select “Student Self Service.”
- Select “Student Housing,” and then “Student Housing Contract.”
- Choose the term for which you want to complete the housing contract, and then select “Submit.”
- You will be required to submit the non-refundable $100.00 processing fee, as well as a $200.00 prepayment of rent.
- Once your payment is processed, complete the Housing Contract.
Where you will live
First-time-in-college students will live in the following:
Due to anticipated high occupancy in all first-year housing areas, some triple rooms will be utilized in Osprey Landing, Osprey Cove and Osprey Crossings. However, the majority of first-year students will reside with a same gender roommate within a double occupancy room. Private rooms will only be utilized to accommodate medical and disability needs as determined by the UNF Disability Resource Center.
The answers to most commonly asked Housing questions can be found on the Housing Website. Here are a few places to start:
- Important Dates
- Payment/Financial Info
- Room Rates
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Living-Learning Communities
- Parent Recourses
If you still can’t find the answer to your question(s), below are ways you can reach out to the Housing Department: