Housing Application Instructions
Guilford College requires all traditional aged students to live on campus until they reach the age of 23. To complete the online housing application in Banner Web, please follow the instructions below.’
1. Click on Banner Web. Type in your Banner Student ID G# and your PIN number. If you have a temporary PIN, you need to change it to your own password. Write your new password down so you won’t forget it. (If you need assistance with your PIN, contact the Solutions Center at 336-316-2020.)
2. Click on Student and Financial Aid
3. Click on Housing
4. Click to Access MyHousing
5. Login to “Apply Online” This step is essential to receive housing.
6. Select the appropriate Housing Application and then click Next
7. Scroll to bottom of the Housing Agreement page and click the “I Agree” box and then Next. You must agree to the Housing Contract to move forward.
8. Complete each line. Roommates are paired based on this information. Please include your email address. When done, click on Continue. If you have a specific room or roommate in mind, please enter hall or person’s name. Keep it short (under 25 characters). You and your roommate must name each other.
9. Meal Plan Preference (All students living on campus are required to participate in a meal plan): When completing your personal preferences the online housing application, you will be asked your meal plan preference. You will have a 1st choice and a 2nd choice. Once you are housed, you will be assigned a meal plan based on your hall assignment. If you are not eligible for your 1st choice, you will be given your 2nd choice as long as you are eligible based on your housing assignment. If neither plan is acceptable, you will receive the 19 Max meal plan by default. Once you have been assigned a meal plan, you cannot change it. You should contact Residence Life if you need to make changes. You will NOT select a meal plan in “MyHousing” for fall 2012.
First year students have 3 options only (for the entire academic year):
- Quaker MAX (19 meal swipes per week) Meal Plan + $100 Dining Dollars per semester
- Quaker MAX Meal Plan (19 meal swipes per week only), or
- Quaker 14 (14 meal swipes per week) Meal Plan+ $175 Dinner Dollars per semester
Transfer/ Readmitted and Continuing students with 24+ credit hours, in addition to the meal plans listed above, may also choose from:
- Quaker 10 Meal Plan + $175 Dining Dollars per semester
- 75 Any Meal Block Plan (only for apartment and theme house residents only)
10. Select Living (residence hall) Preference:
- New First Year students choose from Freshman Hall Requests – Binford Hall or Milner Hall. (If you are an older freshman 20 year old or more, you will be placed in a non-freshman hall.) Hall assignments are ultimately dictated by FYE class registration. Please check your Course Registration Form, which is emailed to you, for FYE classes that require the living/learning component.
- Transfers (24+ credit hours) choose from Upper Class Hall Requests. – Transfers should list at least 2 hall choices in numerical order. We don’t guarantee first choice.
- Readmitted/Continuing Students – List at least 2 hall choices in numerical order. We don’t guarantee first choice. When you are done, make sure you click on “Complete Application” at the bottom.
11. If the next page thanks you for submitting an application, your housing application has been correctly submitted.You should receive a confirmation email, if you do not, please try again or let Residence Life know if you receive an error message.
12. Once you have clicked on “Complete Application,” you won’t be able to access it anymore, but you can edit or make corrections to edit personal, hall or dining preferences in MyHousing.
Thank you for completing your housing registration. Please make sure you have logged out and that you return to the internet browser. Contact the Residence Life Office, at email@example.com or at 336-316-2105 if you have any questions or concerns. You will receive your fall arrival information and housing assignment by via email.
Off Campus Housing
See Off Campus Housing Policy for further information.
Single Room Request – ADA Accommodation
If you require special housing accommodations (such as a single room or first floor, etc.) based on medical, psychological, or learning differences, you will need to complete the Disabilities Disclosure Form along with other ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) forms found on Residence Life Forms and Policies and a Single Room Request form if you are needing a single room. Room accommodations are reviewed by a qualified committee and approval is not guaranteed. If you are currently not housed on campus, you are also required to complete the online housing application in Banner Web.