student in a residence hall

A comfortable living environment is an important part of your learning experience at the University of Richmond. With so many options in our residence halls and apartments, 92 percent of Richmond’s students choose to live on campus for their entire undergraduate education.

We’ve gathered important information on room selection, what you need to know if you are a new student and how to secure summer housing. And be sure to read up on our exciting themed housing options.

At the end of room selection on April 11th, if you do not have a housing assignment, email Carolyn Bigler and request to be assigned to a space for the fall of 2014.  Please email no later than April 16th.  The assignments will be by year, by lottery number not by date/time of request.

2014 Lottery Numbers:

Men Rising Seniors

Men Rising Juniors

Men Rising Sophomores

Women Rising Seniors

Women Rising Juniors

Women Rising Sophomores

Changes for 2014-2015:
  • Jeter Hall will be closed for renovation.
  • Thomas Hall will be closed for renovation.
  • UFA blocks NOT available:  200, 900, 1500, 1600, 1700. 

New for 2014-2015:

Students who are not graduating must vacate their rooms/apartments 24 hours after their last exam and no later than Saturday, May 3rd at Noon.  Underclassmen who wish to remain in housing after May 3rd must have an appropriate reason for remaining on campus and obtain approval from the Housing Office.

Graduating seniors must vacate their rooms/apartments on Monday, May 11th by 2:00 p.m.