The Campus Life Office organizes the annual Housing Lottery, which apportions returning students to residence halls, houses, apartments, and cultural centers.
We know from experience that Lottery can be a confusing and stressful time, but it doesn't have to be. So as you begin the process of choosing a space for the 2014-2015 academic year, there are three things that will make Lottery rewarding (and more bearable!) for you.
1. Ask questions. Stop by the Campus Life Office (across from Founder's Computer Lab), call us at 309-341-7527, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Lottery Calendar: Key dates for the 2014 lottery.
- Lottery Numbers: How we generate your lottery number.
- Lottery FAQ: More on how to find the room and roommate you want.
- Going on an Off-Campus Program? Important information regarding off-campus programs and lottery.
2. Think about where you want to live and talk to others about it.
- Residence Halls: Suite and room info on Knox's residence halls.
- Apartments: Rooms in Hamblin Hall and 240 W. Tompkins (Exec) and 284 W. Tompkins (Tompkins).
- Houses: Two campus houses are available to students.
- Cultural Centers: International House, ABLE House, Asian Cultural, and Casa Latina.
3. Keep your options open. Do not go into the lottery process with just one place in mind to live next year. Make a priority list of three or four different areas. That way if you don't receive your first choice, you have other ideas in mind.
- Housing Options: Complete guide to residential halls and houses at Knox.