Upper Class Students
2021-22 Housing Application
The Housing Application for Upper Class students opens on January 6, 2021 at 10:00 AM. Please note that you must be fully accepted to the University before you are able to apply to live on campus.
Students living in Upper Class communities such as ARC, ARC II, University Commons or University Courtyard are able to renew their same bed for the following year until January 29, 2021 at 5:00 PM. Renewing for the same bed does not incur any room booking fees.
The second step, Roommate Selection, opens on March 22, 2021. During this step, students can choose to select a preferred roommate after their time ticket opens. The Roommate Selection process closes on Friday, April 9, 2021.
The final step of the Housing Application, Room Selection, opens on April 19, 2021. During this step, students will select a room once their time ticket opens. Time tickets are based on when students signed their License Agreement in Step 1 of the application. To complete this step, you must pay the nonrefundable $75 Room Booking Fee.
In order to begin your Housing Application, you must set up Duo Two-Factor Authentication. Read more about Duo here.
Type of StudentNon-Refundable Application Initiation FeeRoom Booking FeeTotal Due
First-Time, Full-Time Student (including Transfer students)$200 due at the completion of the Housing Application$75 due to confirm room selection once student has selected a room$275
Returning Upper Class Students$0$75 due to confirm room selection once student has selected a room$75
Returning Student Renewing Their Room$0$0 due at time off room booking$0
*All students will be assessed a $100 Residence Life Fee when their semester rent charges are applied in OwlExpress.
What kind of upper class student are you?
- Renewing: Students who are able to renew their current room assignment for another year
- Returning: Students who are returning to live on campus but are not able to renew their same room
- New Upper Class: Students who have never lived on campus
- Transfer: Students who are coming to Kennesaw State University from another institution
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Explore our 2021-22 housing options for upper class students.
A Living-Learning Village (LLV) is a community of students who live together on campus with similar academic, personal or lifestyle interests.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have questions about Housing and Residence Life at Kennesaw State University, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to some of the questions we're asked most often.