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Incoming First Year and Transfer Student Housing

First Year and Transfer Student Housing Forms

To live on campus the following steps need to be completed:

  1. Residence Hall Agreement – Complete and Submit (electronic form)
  2. Resident Information Card – Complete and Submit (electronic form)
  3. Pay the Housing Deposit – Information on how to pay can be found in the “Step By Step Guide to Electronic Housing Forms” (see below)
  4. Required Health Documents - Complete and Submit, more information available on the Health Services webpage here.

Information on how to complete these steps can be found in our “Step By Step Guide to Electronic Housing Forms”. 
This helpful guide is available in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section of our website (Iona Homepage - Student Life - Housing & Living Environments - On-Campus - FAQs) under “Electronic Housing Forms: How to complete & check if they have been received”
 
Please access the Step By Step Guide to Electronic Housing Forms and follow the steps to complete the necessary requirements to live on campus.


Housing Accommodation Form:

When you click on the links you will need to create a username and password that you will use for both forms.

Housing Assignments will be emailed, to students Iona email address, the last week in July.

 

First Year & Transfer Student Housing

The Residential Life Program at Iona College is committed to the overall growth, development and education of its residents. The primary goal is to provide a safe, secure and comfortable environment where academic success, as well as the social, emotional, spiritual, physical and cultural development of each resident, is facilitated. The staff works hard to create a community environment where there are high expectations of responsibility and respect. The Office of Residential Life houses students who complete all forms and qualify for housing based on admission qualifications and as space allows. In addition, the program offers several distinct living environments, each with its own special features. Each residential area is designedto meet the basic living needs of residents and provide opportunities for them to become part of the Iona community.

First Year Students: Living Learning Communities (LLCs)

Transfer Students: Will be placed in age appropriate housing. In addition to the housing options listed below, they have the opportunity to live in the Science or Wellness Residential Themed Community, for upperclass students.

Housing Options
First Year Students Transfer Students
Conese Hall
Loftus Hall
East Hall
Rice Hall
Rice Hall
Conese Hall
South Hall
The Apartments at Eastchester