Frequently Asked Questions
See the Apply Page. You will need to submit the following documents in addition to completing the online application:
- Complete the Student Housing Application and Agreement
- Immunization records, to include (1) Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR), (2) Diphtheria and Tetanus, (3) and COVID-19. Students under the age of 21 must also provide proof of immunization against meningitis. All students must additionally submit proof of a negative Tuberculosis test within one year prior to move-in, unless previously positive.
- $25 application fee
- $300 Housing deposit
In our residence halls, both John Pugh Hall and Banfield Hall, there are two bedrooms in each suite. Two people share one bedroom, so in one suite you would be sharing a living space and bathroom with three other people. John Pugh Hall suites provide a shared entryway with a full-sized refrigerator, microwave, and cabinetry. Banfield Hall suites provide a shared entryway with a full-sized refrigerator. In both residence halls, community kitchens with oven/stove ranges, microwaves, and counter and cabinet space to access basic dishware and prepare meals. Additionally, both residence halls have several common areas for studying or socializing.
In a four-bedroom apartment, you would share the unit with three other people—each with his/her own private bedroom. Apartments have fully furnished living rooms, dining areas, and kitchens with standard appliances. All units have one shared bathroom, with separate shower/toilet areas to facilitate simultaneous use of the room.
In a two-bedroom apartment, you would share a bedroom with one other person, with four total occupants in the unit. Apartments have fully furnished living rooms, dining areas, and kitchens with standard appliances. All units have one shared bathroom, most units offer separation between with shower, toilet and countertop areas to allow for simultaneous use of the room.
Private bedroom requests: A resident may request to have a private bedroom within the residence halls or in the two-bedroom apartments; however, our ability to honor such requests depends on the availability of space and the resident’s willingness to pay the private bedroom additional rate. Be sure to indicate on your housing application that you are interested and willing to pay the additional private bedroom rates.
In residence halls, both John Pugh Hall and Banfield Hall, each room has two desks, two wardrobes or closets depending upon location, two dressers. and two beds. The entryway has a full-size refrigerator which is shared between all four residents of the suite, and John Pugh Hall entryways additionally have a microwave and cabinetry available.
In two and four-bedroom apartments, each student space has a desk with a bookshelf and one drawer, a dresser with three drawers, and a twin extra-long twin bed. The two-bedroom apartment unit bedroom has two sets of furniture pieces to accommodate the potential of two residents in the same bedroom. Each resident has their own closet. Each living room has a coffee table, side table, bookcase, sofa, loveseat, and chair. Each dining area has a table with four wooden chairs. The kitchens are equipped with oven/stove ranges, microwaves, and a full-size refrigerator.
Fish are generally the only pets allowed in housing (10 gallon tank limit). For more information, please see our Animals on Campus page.
If you have a Service or Assistance animal that you would like to reside with you in Housing, please reach out to disability services.
Yes, although weapons are not allowed in residential units under any circumstances. This includes paintball guns, air soft guns, and BB or pellet guns. We require that residents ask Student Housing professional staff prior to bringing any item onto campus. We offer a secured storage for weapons. Please check our policies for what weapons can be stored in the weapons storage and our weapons storage guidelines.
In order to store your weapon on campus, you will need to provide a padlock that is opened with a key.
Room placements for the Fall semesters are generally done in early July. Room placements for the Spring semester are generally done in December.
Room assignments are subject to change and may not be the same upon check-in as on the placement letter sent to you, so you will meet your roommates upon your arrival in Juneau.
Yes! All Housing residents have access to laundry facilities in Housing. John Pugh Hall has a dedicated laundry facility on the second floor. Banfield Hall has a dedicated laundry facility on the first floor. For apartment residents, laundry facilities are located on the ground floor of the Housing Lodge.
All Housing laundry facilities use funds on your student ID card to operate. You may load funds via debit card, credit card, or cash onto your card for laundry use at Housing Desk locations, at Student Accounts, or via automated machines located in John Pugh Hall and the Housing Lodge.Add Whalebucks
A Housing application is a legal contract agreement. If you no longer plan on living in Housing, you must notify us by completing a cancellation form.Housing Cancellation Form