How to Apply for Housing
Any student can apply for the current housing term provided they meet all academic criteria. New students must be fully admitted to the University to access the application.
Spring Only 2024 Application - Opens October 1st, 2023
Greek Village Spring Only 2024 - Opens October 30th, 2023
Academic Year 2024/2025 - Opens November 1st, 2023
Summer 2024 Application - Opens March 15th, 2024
Before you access the Housing Portal, you will need your Southeastern Webmail Username and Password. Please follow the steps below to complete that process.
How to Setup Your LEONet Account
- Access Southeastern’s home page at: http://www.southeastern.edu
- Click here to access MyDen
- Click here to obtain your University ID and Password
- Enter your Social Security Number
- Enter your Birthdate
- Click the Find My Account button
- Write down or take a picture of your University ID and initial Password.
- Click here to return to MyDen to access your Southeastern email account
Accessing Your Southeastern Email Account
Log On to the Housing Portal
- Once you have obtained your Southeastern Webmail Username and Password, please click here
- Once you are logged in, click the Google apps Icon in the top right-hand corner of your Southeastern Webmail account
- Use the drop down menu to select the StarRez PortalX Icon.
- You will be redirected to the Housing Portal
- Click on "Apply for Housing" and select a term to start or continue with your Housing application
Tips for Selecting Your Room through the Housing Portal
Preparing to Book your Room Space
New student Room selection will be annonced at a later date.
Students may enter the online application portal on or after their designated timeslot to secure their booking for the 2024-2025 Academic Year term.
If you participated in the Roommate Matching process, the roommate with the earlier
timeslot can book the room assignment for both roommates. Therefore, we recommend that students communicate during the room selection process
in order to secure a bed space in the same room. It is also important that roommates
have a conversation about desired residence halls with a couple of back-up options
in case the first option does not have adequate spaces available.
All students must meet any applicable academic criteria to book into those buildings which have academic requirements. A list of residence halls and their requirements can be found on our Housing Options web page.
Ask yourself, what is most important:
Living with your requested roommate?
Living in a specific residence hall?
If living with your requested roommate is most important, you should create both bookings at the same time. If students do not have a similar timeslot, it may be advisable to wait until the latest timeslot between both students is reached before creating the bookings.
If living in a specific residence hall is most important, you should create your booking when your timeslot opens.
Room Selection Steps to Completion
- On the Rooms Page, please review the rates associated with each residence hall space. It is important that students and/or the person responsible for their finances are aware of the cost of a space before proceeding with the booking. Click "Room Search Wizard" above the "Save and Continue" button to proceed.
- The Rooms Search Wizard page will list each building and a brief description of each. Click on the blue hyperlinked residence hall name to continue. If a student is not eligible for a particular residence hall(s) they will not be listed.
- Once you select a building, you will see a table listing each floor in the building. Click on the floor you wish to view available spaces then click Save and Continue.
- Select a bed space on the next page and click Save and Continue. If a bed space is not listed, that means it is not available. You may need to try other floors or buildings to find an open bed space.
- On the next page, select your bed from the drop-down menu then click Reserve Bed. It is important to consider your selection carefully before committing to the booking.
PLEASE NOTE: Bookings CANNOT be reversed. Once the bed is confirmed the booking cannot be changed; students will have an opportunity to participate in Room Swap in June if they prefer another space. Students have five minutes to confirm the bed reservation. If the bed is not reserved before the "countdown timer" expires, the student must begin the process again.
Understanding the Room Description
Hall Name will appear first, followed by the room number, then gender designation (see legend below), and beds available.
Single-Suite rooms will always have a 1/1 designation as they are individual rooms within a suite (two rooms per suite). Each suite has a B bedroom and a C bedroom.
Double or Double-Suite* rooms will have either a 2/2 or 1/2 designation as there are two beds in one common area. The first number being the number of beds per room and the second number being the number of available beds.
- A room with two open bedrooms in Livingston Hall (single-suite rooms) would read as
Livingston 111 - B - D - 1/1
Livingston 111 - C - D - 1/1
- A room in Livingston Hall with only the C bedroom open would read as follows:
Livingston 109 - C - D - 1/1
While the gender of the bedroom is "Dynamic" if there is someone booked into either the B or C room, a student must have the same gender to book into the available bedroom. Students will only see spaces which match their gender.
- A room in Louisiana Hall with two open beds (double rooms) would read as follows:
Louisiana 105 - A - D - 2/2
- A room in Louisiana Hall with one open female bed would read as follows
Louisiana 108 - A - F - 1/2
*The only building with double-suites is Cardinal Newman.
University Housing reserves the right to make changes in campus housing occupancy limits, to be either more or less restrictive, based upon prevailing public health guidance and other pertinent information available at the time.
Contact University Housing with questions at:
(985) 549-2118 or firstname.lastname@example.org