Welcome to Spalding University! The Spalding University Housing Form is an online preference process and must be completed and submitted online. The application is not complete until you submit your $100 NON-REFUNDABLE application fee.
Spalding University believes that the opportunities for learning from others, developing social and interpersonal skills, and personal growth are greatly enhanced by on-campus residency. All full time undergraduate students under the age of 21 or with less than 89 credit hours are required to live in the residence halls or with a local parent/legal guardian. Students are required to live in the residence halls until they turn 21 or earn 89 credit hours. Students in the Adult Accelerated Program, Graduate students and students 21 year of age or older are exempted from this policy; however, they may reside in student housing if they request to do so. Students are not permitted to live on campus after they turn 25.
Exemptions may be made in special cases (i.e., student has a medical need, financial need, spouse, or dependent in their care), but must have prior approval from the Appeal Committee. If a student does not live with a parent/legal guardian or in the halls and has not applied for an exemption, the student may be subject to judicial sanctioning from the University and/or housing fines. For questions about the housing exemption process, please email Deanna Kirby at email@example.com.
NOTE: All first-year students will be housed in Morrison Hall. Accommodations for a documented medical need, or other requests, may be directed to Residence Life Coordinator Rachel Hempel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-873-4421 for information.
Housing assignments are made on a first-come, first-serve basis. Students are not given preferential treatment based on race, color, ability status, national or ethnic origin, sex/gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, or athletic status.