Housing

Western New England University Housing Form - Graduate


The completion of this form is a condition of your acceptance.

It is very important that you arrange housing BEFORE you arrive in New Orleans. Housing in the city is extremely limited and will be very difficult to arrange on short notice. Please arrange housing, either by selecting an option on this form, or using this resource, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.








'Deposit ID' is the eight (8) digit number found on the third page of your conditional offer letter in the Payment Instruction Section. Be sure to include all zeros at the beginning of the number.


Western New England University seeks your feedback to place you in housing and dining that is the best fit for your needs and lifestyle. Please submit this Housing and Dining Preference Form with the other forms sent with your Conditional Acceptance Packet. Please note we cannot promise we will be able to match each student with their preferred housing option.
On-Campus Housing Options

Graduate Housing is provided in Deming Pavillion, which is conveniently located near university's downtown campus. A shuttle from the downtown campus to uptown campus leaves regularly from Deming Pavillion. For pricing and photos, please visit website.

 

Amenities at Deming: Rent includes basic cable, internet (you must provide an Ethernet cord), electricity, and water. If you want to access landline telephone service in your room, you must arrange through Telecommunications after you move in.

 

Each apartment has the following furniture:

 

Kitchen-

  • Refrigerator, stove, microwave 
  • Note: 2 bedroom units have a pantry

Living area-

  • Sofa (or loveseat), chair, television stand 
  • Floor lamp 
  • Coffee table

Bedroom-

  • Bed 
    • Extra-long twin bed for studio apartments 
    • Double bed in large studio, one bedroom and 2 bedroom units. 
  • Chest of drawers 
  • Desk with chair 
  • Nightstand and lamp 

Instructions on selecting housing options

Great! You've chosen to live on-campus. 

Option A: Private Studio Apartment: Students choosing this option will live in a private space with a small kitchen, private bathroom, and an open space that combines the living room and the bedroom. 

Option B: Shared Apartment: Private bedroom, Private bathroom: Students choosing this option will have their own bedroom and bathroom in a two-bedroom apartment. 

Option C: Shared Apartment: Private Bedroom, Shared bathroom: Students choosing this option will share a bathroom with one other student, but will have a private bedroom. 


To complete your housing selection, put "1" next to your first choice for housing type. Put "2" next to your second choice for housing type. Put "3" next to your third choice for housing type.
Your First, Second, Third Preferences
Housing Options
Duration

Option A: Private Studio Apartment


Option B: Shared Apartment: Private bedroom, Private bathroom


Option C: Shared Apartment: Private bedroom, Shared bathroom. 

Dining Options
You may also choose to add dining plan. Not required. 

Dining Options explained

Each meal plan offers a set number of:

  • Wavebuck$, which are retail dollars that can be spent on campus. Wave buck$ can be added in increments of $100 up to $1000. Each additional $100 in Wavebuck$ increases the base price of the plan by $100. 
  • NOLAbuck$, which are retail dollars that can be spent at select off-campus locations. NOLAbuck$ can be added in increments of $25 up to $500. Each additional $25 in NOLAbuck$ increases the base price of the plan by $25. Students not required to purchase NOLAbuck$. Please contact Campus Services office for more details.
  • Extra Meals, which can be used at any time during the semester if you run out of meal swipes or wish to treat a guest. Student is not required to add extra meals, but minimum purchase is $100 for 10 meals. 
  • Quick Picks, which can be used to purchase predetermined meal combos at select locations in the LBC Food Court. Student is not required to add Quick Picks, but minimum purchase is $100 for 10 meals. 

Option 1: Graduate 1

  • Wavebuck$: $600 or more* 
  • NOLAbuck$: optional
  • Extra Meals: optional
  • Quick Picks: optional

Option 2: Graduate 2

  • Wavebuck$: $200 or more* 
  • NOLAbuck$: optional
  • Extra Meals: optional
  • Quick Picks: optional 



Form Submission
You must also review the Tulane Graduate Direct Enrollment Contract HERE.

Important Dates

Application Deadline:

July 1, 2024

I-20 Transfer Deadline:

July 1, 2024

Payment Deadline:

August 7, 2024

Move-in Date:

August 21, 2024