Transfer Student:  Residence Hall Application

All residence hall applications are submitted on-line, along with the $300 enrollment deposit. Transfer students are assigned to live in Semple Hall. Semple houses upper-class students and can accommodates 181 men and women. The restrooms are community (shower stalls), located on each wing of every floor throughout the facility. Semple is our largest facility and offers a significant number of both double and single occupancy rooms, as well as a number of spacious and comfortable common areas for studying and social activities.

Residence Hall Application Submission:

  1. Select your meal plan. 
  2. Tell us about yourself and indicate your preferences.
  3. Read through the Residence Hall Application Policies.
  4. Sign and submit your Residence Hall  Application online.

Demographic Information

Last Name: First Name: MI:

Roommate Request:

I’d like to room with:

Roommate Name 1.
Roommate Name 2.

The Student Life Office cannot guarantee first-choice of residence hall or roommate.  All requests will be honored when possible.

Please place me with a roommate based on my roommate preferences outlined below.
I'm requesting a single room and understand the single room fee applies (in Semple Hall, the single room semester fee is $3,515)

Meal Plan Selection

All residents with less than 90 cumulative credit hours by August 1 are required to have a meal plan other than the commuter plan. Students may switch meal plans at any time as long as the terms of the desired meal plan have not been exceeded. Students who inaccurately project completion of 90 or more credit hours by August 1 and opt for the commuter or no meal plan will be assigned the least expensive meal plan. It is the student's responsibility to then confirm with the Student Life Office which meal plan they prefer.

A Plan unlimited meals in Dining Hall with $100 Cardinal Dollars ($1,850)
B Plan 15 meals/week in Dining Hall with $200 Cardinal Dollars ($1,810)
C Plan 200 meals/semester (approximately 12.5/week) with $350 Cardinal Dollars ($1,865)
D Plan 10 meals/week in Dining Hall with $425 Cardinal Dollars ($1,865)
Commuter Plan* 4 meals/week in Dining Hall with $125 Cardinal Dollars ($615)
No Meal Plan*  

*Requires cumulative hours of 90 or more by August 1.

Tell Us About Yourself

Please respond to all of the following questions, even if you're requesting a single room. Single room availability is limited. Your roommate preferences are important in the event your single room request cannot be accommodated. While we cannot guarantee identical matches, we will attempt to make the best assignment we can based on the information you provide us.

1. Do you smoke?
2. Do you mind having a roommate that smokes?
3. Intended Major
4. Projected Jewell GPA
5. List your extracurricular activities and hobbies

6. What qualities do you prefer in a roommate?
Studious
Out-going
Same major
Active/Athletic
Early riser
Night owl
Involved in clubs and organization

7. Are you most comfortable when your room is: Neat 1 2 3 Messy
8. How much noise can you tolerate when you study: None 1 2 3 A lot
9. How do you feel about loaning your things to others: What’s mine is yours 1 2 3 Hands off my stuff
       

10. What kind(s) of music do you enjoy?

Alternative
Jazz
Country
Rap
Hip Hop
Christian
Top 40
Rock
Classical
Oldies
Blues
Easy Listening
Electronic
Indie
Latin
New Age
Pop
R&B
Reggae
Folk

11. Please share with us anything else that may help in placing you with your roommate

12. What student activities were you involved in prior to coming to Jewell?

13. What has been the single most challenging issue you've faced prior to arriving at Jewell?

14. Write a one-paragraph narrative that tells us more about you



15. Would you like information for LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gender, questioning, inter-sex, allies)?

Campus Residency Policy

All students are required to live on campus and must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours, unless authorized by the Office of Student Life, except when meeting one or more of the following conditions:

Jewell's student development philosophy, and College policy, requires all first-year students to have a roommate. The College makes every effort to accommodate roommate and residence hall placement requests. Applications with reciprocating roommate requests seeking placement in the same residence hall are more likely to be accommodated. Roommate assignments and building placement are the College's discretion.

Failure to comply with this policy may result in possible administrative withdrawal from the college, requirement to pay full room and board, and/or loss of institutional aid. Because student's financial award is based on information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the student (and student's parent(s) if applicable), which may include living arrangements while attending William Jewell College, the College must have an adequate system to identify conflicting information and must resolve any conflicting information concerning student's financial aid eligibility. If a student is suspected of misreporting information to increase student aid eligibility or to fraudulently obtain federal funds, the student will be reported to the U.S. Office of Inspector General."

Please ensure that all campus housing applications (first-year, transfer and current returning student applications) have the following Campus Residency Policy noted.

Please check to confirm that you have read and understand Jewell’s residency policy.

Acknowledgments

In submitting my campus housing registration, I acknowledge that I have read and agree to all terms outlined within the housing application.