(Jan. 28, 2019) – To better serve its growing population and better prepare students for success, UTSA Housing and Residence Life is transitioning up to 48 four-bedroom units in Chaparral Village to double occupancy rooms as a way to increase the number of students that can be housed on campus at an affordable rate. This expansion, scheduled to begin with the Fall 2019 semester, could add up to 192 beds to on-campus housing at a price that is 40 percent less than a traditional four-bedroom single occupancy rate.
Current and new students will have the ability to opt into this new housing option when they complete the 2019-2020 academic year application, which is available now. Housing contracts for the next academic year open on January 30, which is the first day students can complete the 2019-2020 application for UTSA housing.
The priority deadline to indicate interest in the double occupancy option through the housing application is March 15. The complete housing application/room selection timeline is listed below.
Tours of the housing complexes and showrooms are available Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturdays from noon to 3 p.m., when the campus is open. Students can schedule a tour or have questions answered about a double occupancy room or the housing application process by calling Housing and Residence Life at 210-458-6834 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2019 Housing Dates
|January 30||Academic and full term contracts available for 2019-2020 housing applications (The first day the contract can be signed, order priority begins)|
|February 5||Current UTSA housing residents who have reapplied can reserve their current room* from February 5-11|
|February 14||Current UTSA Housing residents who have reapplied can reserve a new room and location from February 14-20|
|February 15||New housing applicant priority deadline for round 1 room selection|
|February 19||New housing applicants that applied by February 15 will receive a room selection time slot between February 25 and March 1|
|February 25||New housing applicant round 1 room selection begins and goes through March 1|
|March 15||New housing applicant priority deadline for round 2 room selection priority deadline to opt into double occupancy room|
|March 19||New housing applicants that applied by March 15 will receive a room selection time slot between March 25 and March 29|
|March 25||New housing applicant round 2 room selection begins and goes through March 29|
|April 9||Open room selection begins and goes through April 12. Anyone who completed their application and has not selected a room can do so during this time|
|April 16||Applicants that complete their housing application and haven’t selected a room or complete their application after April 12 will be manually placed; on-going placements will happen every Tuesday|
|April 23||Waitlist requests for a different space becomes available|
|April 30||Deadline to cancel 2019-2020 housing contracts without penalty|
*HRL reserves the right to take some rooms/apartments offline or reassign them for the next year as needed.
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