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(note, in order to be placed with this person, they must put your name down as well):
Smoking/vaping is not allowed in any campus building. Regarding smoking, do you smoke?
Would you mind living with a smoker/vaper?
Sleep late in the morning
Wake up just in time for class
I usually retire for the evening by (an average)
Before 10 p.m.
10 - 11 p.m.
11 p.m. - 12 a.m.
When I study, I need
Background Noise (tv, talking, etc.)
Residential Life seeks to provide a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQIA+ students and looks to match them with other students who are allies. An ally is defined as a person who is supportive of members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Would you identify as an ally of a roommate who identifies as an LGBTQIA+ student?
please select one
Prefer not to answer
When listening to music I prefer the voume set
My house cleaning habits can be described as
Messy is okay
Relativey neat, but not clean or orderly
Everything has a place
I consider myself
Reserved or Quiet
What type of music do you listen to? (Top 3)
What type of music do you prever not to listen to?
Please list any activities you enjoy (sports, hobbies, etc.)
What activities do you anticipate being involved with your first year at Thomas?
Please list three words that best describe you
Do you have any known allergies or concerns that should be considered when making housing placement?
I have the following pets at home
Please list any additional information about yourself that you think would be helpful when placing you with a roomate
There are different living opportunities for first year residents. A description of each is below. In the space provided, please rank order your preference of living space from 1 (most preferred) to 6 (least preferred). This order will be taken into consideration when making housing placements however, does not guarantee where a resident will be placed.
Themed Living - Gaming Floor (Parks Hall)*
Themed Living - Gaming Floor - The Gaming Floor community focuses on the common interests of video gaming, other gaming, anima and comics. It will bring together students who want to share these passions with others in a supportive community that helps to establish a healthy balance between the virtual world and real world responsibilities (e.g., academics and personal connections). Residents of this community will live in double rooms and will have the opportunity (not required) to network with the on-campus organization CETC (Contemporary Entertainment and Technology Club). This is an interactive community for those students who enjoy adventure, mystery, and quest and is open to casual and serious gamers alike from all academic disciplines. Along with a variety of programming for residents of this community focused around the theme, at least one larger gaming/adventure like program or opportunity will be offered each semester based on student interest. The Gaming floor is a part of the GPH complex with common area lounge space, computer lab, vending and recreation room.*
Grant Hall (GPH)
Grant Hall - Quiet Floors. A quiet living learning community with double rooms on single gendered floors. This is a space for both upperclassman and first year students to enjoy the peace and tranquility that they enjoy, need, or want while they reside in the Thomas College residence halls with extended quiet hours. Grant Hall is a part of the GPH complex with common area lounge space, computer lab, vending and recreation room.*
Heath Hall (GPH)
Heath Hall - A mixed living learning community that allows first year students and upper classman to reside in a traditional style residence hall. All room in this hall are double occupancy with floors separated by gender. Heath Hall is a part of the GPH complex with common area lounge space, computer lab, vending & recreation room.
Parks Floor (GPH)
Parks Floor - A mixed living learning community that allow males and females to reside in the same area. This coed split level floor is in the traditional style residence hall and is a part of the GPH complex with common area lounge space, computer lab, vending & recreation room.*
Hinnman Hall - A residence hall specifically for first year students to learn, live, and build a community. This hall has two floors with each floor have 2 identical sides that are single gendered. Each side will have double rooms and a limited number of single rooms, floor lounges, a community computer lounge, vending, and common lounge spaces. Hinman Hall has elevator access and air conditioning as weather permits. Please note that there are additional costs associated with living in Hinman Hall.*