New Student Housing
In January, you'll move into your on-campus home away from home and begin your college journey!
New first-year students will be assigned roommates in their housing assignment in either Memorial Hall, Smith Hall, or a wing in Coblentz Hall.
New transfer students will be assigned to Coblentz Hall, Meyran Hall, or Shriner Hall with a roommate; unfortunately, single rooms are not available.
- Housing Accommodations Request Form due
- This form is required only for students requesting reasonable housing accommodations due to any of the following reasons: disabilities (medical, psychological, temporary, disability factors, non‐medical physical), gender, religious, or cultural.
- Housing and Food Service Contract due
- Access this electronic form within Self Service using your Hood College email username and password (provided to you within a week after paying your enrollment deposit)
- This form contains questions about you so you can best be assigned to a room and with a roommate (or roommates as we have a few 3 and 4-person rooms)
- Staff would love to match you with a roommate. However, if you have a preferred roommate, type their name on your form.
- If you have already submitted your form and you later find a preferred roommate, you may edit your form prior to the deadline.
- Athletic coaches are unable to match students with teammates for the spring semester.
- Medical Forms are due (to FMH Tollhouse)
- Maryland law requires all residential students to have the meningococcal vaccine or sign a waiver declining the vaccination.
- To be able to move in, students must have this submitted their form.
- Your housing assignment and roommate assignment will be emailed to your Hood College email account.
- New Student Move In
- Students will be able to move in beginning at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, January 14. Students may not move in earlier than this date and time.
- You are encouraged to talk with your roommate to decide what items will be shared (mini-fridge, etc.). Click here for a detailed suggested list of items to bring (and not bring).
- It makes it easier if you pack items in bags rather than boxes, when possible.
- When unpacking after moving in, recycle cardboard and other recyclable materials outside the residence hall, keeping the hallways clear for important fire safety reasons.
- January new student orientation will begin after you move in. You will receive more information about orientation.