First Year Room Assignment Sample Clauses

First Year Room Assignment. During the application process, first year applicants will have the opportunity to rank their preferences for style of housing, but will not be able to indicate building or roommate preferences. Housing style preferences are not guaranteed. Room assignments are completed by Student Housing & Residence Life professional staff and subject to change. Applicants will have the opportunity to indicate if they are interested in living in a same or mixed gender unit as well as submit any special accommodation requests during the application process. In order to increase likelihood that accommodations can be met, special accommodations should be submitted by the application deadline. First Year students who are accepted to live in a Living Learning Community will be placed by Student Housing & Residence Life professional staff in a designated area of housing, which may impact preferences for style of housing. (ii) Upper Year Room AssignmentUpper year students are permitted to indicate roommate requests on their application between May 28 and June 08, 2018. Category B(i) applicants may have the ability to select their room. Please visit the Student Housing & Residence Life webpage for a detailed description on the upper year application process (https://utm.utoronto.ca/housing/applying/upper-year- application-process/upper-year-application-process). Please note that the number of upper year spaces is determined on how many spaces are remaining after the University of Toronto First Year Housing Guarantee applications have been received. Applicants will have the opportunity to indicate if they are interested in living in a same or mixed gender unit as well as submit any special accommodation requests during the application process. In order to increase likelihood that accommodations can be met, special accommodations should be submitted by the application deadline. Upper Year students who are accepted to live in the Biology Living Learning Community will be assigned to a room in Roy Ivor Hall.4.2Gender Inclusive Arrangements Diversity is an important part of the cultural landscape at the University, and Student Housing & Residence Life considers gender diversity to be an important aspect of this. Student Housing and Residence Life believes that students have a right to live in a housing arrangement that is inclusive of their gender identity. In the interest of creating an equitable and inclusive community, the department of Student Housing & Residence Life is happy to...
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