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Housing and Residence Life welcomes you to WSSU!  Your residence hall is one of the main places where you can forge life-long friendships, participate in learning opportunities, engage deeply in your studies, and increase your chances for a fun and successful college experience.

Please take the following steps before submitting your housing application.

  1. Look at the accordion menu below.
  2. Click on the + for your specific student type: New First Time Freshmen, Transfer Students, Continuing Students, or Honors and Athletes.
  3. Read all of the information about application deadlines, assignment periods, and roommate selection.
  4. After reading all of the information for your specific student group click Apply Now to submit your application.

Fall Semester Applicants

Spring Semester Applicants

All New First Time Freshmen, Transfers, and Continuing students applying for Spring housing should utilize the spring application to apply. Due to availability, New First Time Freshmen and Transfer students applying for spring housing will not be given the opportunity to select their roommate or building preference. All students will be assigned to an available bed based on their student type (New First Time Freshman, Transfer, etc.).

Winston-Salem State University has a 2-year (4 semester) residency requirement for all WSSU students that enter the university as a New First Time Freshmen (NFTF). If you are a New First Time Freshmen and do not wish to reside on campus, you must complete a Housing Exemption.

Please see the step by step directions below to complete the Spring Housing application. It is important to note, a student has not completed the application process unless they have completed the application and submitted a payment. After completing the application process, students should receive two emails. The first email will confirm the application payment. The second email will be confirmation of application submission. If the student does not receive both emails, it is possible that the student has not completed the application process in its entirety.

General Information

Current Students