Housing applications for the 2013-14 academic year are now available for returning students. New student can apply beginning April 1.
If you are having trouble completing the online housing application, please review the Troubleshooting Guide.
Applying for Housing
All students interested in living on campus must pay the $150 housing deposit and complete the housing & food service application/contract. All students can pay the deposit online. While students 18 and up complete the application online, students 17 and younger must complete a paper application.
Click here for step-by-step instructions on applying for housing.
Applying to a Living/Learning Community
Pitt-Greensburg offers students the chance to live in several vibrant communities that are designed to enhance the students living experience. If you are interested in one of these communities, you must complete both the housing application and an application to the specific community you are interested in. Information about these three communities is listed below.
The Academic Village offers a unique living and learning experience to high achieving students with interests ranging from science and technology to arts, politics, history and foreign cultures.
Interested students must complete the Academic Village Application. If you would like more information regarding the Academic Village, please click here.
Interested students can apply by completing the Academic Village online application. Please note: for security reasons, this application is only accessible from PittNet. If you have problems connecting to the page from your own computer, please use a computer in one of the campus computing labs.
Outdoor Adventure and Community Service (OACS)
The OACS is home to Pitt-Greensburg students who enjoy spending time in the outdoors and helping their surrounding community. The OACS is housed in Westmoreland Hall.
If you are interested, please complete and return the OACS online application.
Students who have a medical condition that may require specific accommodations must submit a Housing Accommodation Request Form. Please note that your physician must provide documentation by completing some of the forms, so please read each form carefully. All requests are submitted to the Office of Disability Resources and Services for evaluation.
Form more information and to access a copy of the Housing Accommodation Request Form, please click here.
Summer 2013 Housing Application
Students interested in residing on campus for the summer must complete the Summer Housing Application. This form must be returned to 219 Chambers Hall at least 2 weeks prior to the date you wish to move into your summer assignment. A deposit is not required to submit the summer application. All summer residents are assigned to an apartment in the University Court.
4 week 1: May 12- June 8
4 week 2: June 9- July 6
4 week 3: July 7- August 3
6 week 1: May 12 - June 22
6 week 2: June 23 - August 3
12 week: May 12 - August 3
Term: May 5 - August 10