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The maelstrom that is housing selection looms. Buy sandbags. Hoard fresh water and non-perishable, high calorie foods. Or just keep a few simple dates in mind:

  • Housing and Residential Programs are hosting their first info session tonight at 7pm in the Carman Lounge, in order to answer room selection questions in person. There will be a second session including building tours that starts in John Jay Lounge at 7pm on Thursday, February 24.
  • Students approved for the LLC will register online on February 23 and 24 (that’s tomorrow and the next day!)
  • Room Selection Registration for everyone else begins March 1 and continues through March 10

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  • That was a reply says:

    @That was a reply to the post above about 3 senior-2 junior groups

  • If the seniors in that group says:

    @If the seniors in that group see that the number of suites has gone down so much so that there chances of getting one with the juniors aren’t that great, they can just elect two take part in senior regroup, add seniors to their group who at this point are desperately looking to reform groups to get suites and the juniors will just drop down.

  • WTF says:

    @WTF somebody fix the housing website.
    also, why did they get rid of exclusion in ec. absolute bullshit

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous Agreed. Getting rid of ECX is complete bullshit. This disadvantages seniors, because if we want the excitement of EC, we must endure living in a double. In short, seniors should not have to sacrifice anything for our living arrangements.

      We’ve paid our dues. We’re seniors, bitches.

      1. eric says:

        @eric you’re not gonna have to live in a double — suites with 3 seniors and 2 juniors will be fine…

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous How is that so? A suite with 3 seniors and 2 juniors would enter the Suite Selection with a 26-Point Value. I don’t think that’s high enough to snag a 3-single 1-double EC Suite.. and a 3-person group can’t select a 5-person suite, because according to Housing:

          “Group sizes can range from 2 to 8 and must be the exact size as the suite you wish to select (i.e. a group of 6 cannot select a 4-person suite plus a double room, a group of 4 cannot select a 5-person suite, or a group of 6 cannot select 3 doubles).”

  • got into LLC says:

    @got into LLC So… what exactly is going to happen to me tomorrow? And which dorm should I go for? Do I have an option?

    1. congrats... says:

      @congrats... you’ll be sent an email with the link and an explanation about how it all works. you won’t have to choose a building tomorrow. in general, people prefer Hartley.

  • i'll be your friend :) says:

    @i'll be your friend :) sign me up for EC though

  • Rising senior says:

    @Rising senior Shit … I should really start making some friends.

    1. rising senior too says:

      @rising senior too amen, brother

    2. rising junior says:

      @rising junior i really have no friends here.

    3. rising senior too says:

      @rising senior too
      let’s both bemoan and jam simultaneously.

    4. graduating senior says:

      @graduating senior i have lots of friends but no job. can i do housing one more time?

  • Postcrypt Lives! says:

    @Postcrypt Lives! Postscrypt just sent out a facebook message. They’re back! Without Security!

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