Current Student Housing Application

Residence Life Housing Check-List (returning/current students).
Please use this checklist to guide you through the housing application process.

New Students Can Apply for Holy Family University Housing

  • The Health packet is required to be completed once in your potential four years on campus. Athletes are required to submit health information every year. 

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Disability Services

Do you have any medical conditions which may affect your housing placement:*
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If you answered yes to the above question, you must contact the Disabilities Services Office at 215-637-3231. We cannot process your request for accommodations until we receive a written recommendation from the Disabilities Services Office, which requires proper medical documentation.

Meal Plan Selection

Meal Plan:*
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You have selected a Commuter Meal Plan. Please enter your meal plan below.

If the above section is left blank, a 15-meal plan will automatically be assigned and billed to the student. After the start of the academic year, changes to the meal plan can occur during the first two weeks of the semester. Please note any changes after that time will result in a $25 processing fee. Athletic scholarships (full) typically come with a 10-meal plan.

Roommate Preference

Please list the name(s) of the student(s) you intend to live with. Returners must fill to capacity, otherwise the University will place students as needed in order to fill all rooms.

Student 1:
Student 2:
Student 3:

Housing Preference (not for First-Year students who will be in SJH)

Housing Preference:*
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Emergency Contact Information

If ​a student goes to the hospital but ​is conscious and aware (allergic reaction, broken bone, virus, etc.) we will not contact your emergency contact unless you ask us to. The assumption is that students will contact their emergency person as needed on their own.

Transportation to a medical facility due to severe intoxication, overdose, or any injury involving mental and/or psychological impairment (unresponsive or unconscious) will result in your emergency contact being notified.

The individual who has been identified as your emergency contact will not receive notification in instances of mental health concern, stalking or harassment, sexual violence, and/or other Title IX related situations without your direct and prior consent.

​Federal and state law requires the University to notify an emergency contact in the instance of transportation to a hospital for any reason for all students who are minors, under the age of 18, at the time of the incident.

The University always has the well-being of students at heart and will communicate with the emergency contact if it feels that it is in the best interest for the student.

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Missing Person Contact Information

The purpose of this section is to allow residential students to register a confidential emergency contact to be used in the event they are reported missing. University Security is responsible for investigating reports of missing persons on campus and will use the information provided only in the event a residential student is reported missing under the policy. This information will be accessible to local law enforcement. No later than 24 hours after determining that a student is missing, the Vice President for Student Life, or designee, will notify the emergency contact (for students 18 and over) or the parent/guardian (for students under the age of 18) that the student is believed to be missing.

You are required to supply this information. If you prefer that the University contact your emergency contact already listed in your housing application above, completing this form is unnecessary. Just check the box that says "use emergency contact." To change your confidential emergency contact in the future, please email reslife@holyfamily.edu.

Use my Emergency Contact?:*
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Student Status

Status:*
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Insurance Information

Health insurance is required for all resident students, through a parent/guardian or an individual plan. Proof of insurance will be collected each year a student lives on campus. Students who do not provide proof of coverage will not be able to move in. Students are responsible for notifying Residence Life and Health Services if changes or cancellations to their policies occur.

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