Please note that the summer contract will be available on March 5, 2019. Newcomers who, starting in the fall semester, submit the campus housing and catering contract until May 1, will receive secure housing. You can only file the agreement once. If necessary, you should request changes to your housing contract by sending an email to the Residents` Department of Living in reslife@umd.edu. Please include your full name and university ID (UID) in all correspondences. The rooms are in order of transmission of the contract. You can file the housing contract before registration is confirmed and terminate it without penalty before July 1. Questions can be asked of Resident Life`s Assignments and Public Inquiry employees at (301) 314-2100 or reslife@umd.edu. Any student interested in on-campus housing must submit a campus housing and catering contract through the Department of Residential Living.

To apply, you need to create your directory ID and password. Once you have your ID card, you can apply for accommodation by entering into the online housing contract. Please read the instructions below. If you have any questions, please contact us at reslife@umd.edu or (301) 314-2100. Thank you. Sign in with your directory ID and password to submit the student summer contract. Dining Services offers many dining opportunities on campus, including a range of culinary resorts, restaurants, cafes and fast food restaurants, franchises, convenience shops and much more. Vegan and vegetarian choices are available. Maryland Hillel also offers a kosher menu. Learn more about your plan options on the dining services website. Newcomers from the spring semester will be given priority for rooms that open fall classes in our residences. Most newcomers have accommodations until the first day of school.

To apply for on-campus accommodation for the spring semester, subscribe to the On-Campus Housing and Dining Agreement. Home > January 2020 Housing Outlook >Briefer to students and parents Scott D. Young Associate Director Administration – Business Services Department of Resident Life Central is a goal to lay a solid foundation for students during their first two years at the University of Maryland.

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