You may log in to the UNCSA Housing Portal using your UNCSA Artist e-mail login credentials. Click here to log in!
Welcome to the UNCSA Residence Life Programs Online Housing Portal!
Click on the "Login" button to access the portal by using your UNCSA Artist e-mail account and password credentials.
It is our philosophy that our residence halls and apartments provide an invaluable living and learning experience for students. We believe community living provides the individual with vital interdisciplinary contact. Also, because of the large number of hours students spend practicing or rehearsing their art, we feel the residence halls and apartments are the safest housing option for our students.
The Department of Residence Life Programs team is dedicated to creating a safe, supportive and inclusive community for both a high school and college student population. We advocate for the enrichment of student artists experiences by promoting self-awareness, providing healthy social opportunities, identifying resources for success, and presenting educational programs focused on developing lifelong skills. We strive to prepare a residential environment that gives all students an opportunity to be innovative, creative, and reach their fullest potential. We commit to proactively and efficiently addressing students’ housing needs by creating a safe and healthy living environment.
If you have any questions about living on campus, please contact the Office of Residence Life Programs at (336) 770.3280 or e-mail us at ResLife@UNCSA.edu
NEW HIGH SCHOOL OR COLLEGE APPLICANT TO UNC SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
Information will be released to your personal and UNCSA email within approximately one (1) week following the processing of your deposit, beggining in March.
CURRENT UNCSA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS**
Information regarding High School Life applications will be sent out in March for returning UNCSA High School students.
CURRENT UNCSA COLLEGE STUDENTS LIVING ON CAMPUS
The housing selection process for 2019-2020 has concluded.
Submission of a housing application does not guarantee a space on campus. Returning students must select a housing assignment for next term. Any students exempt from the hosing requirement who do not complete this process will be automatically placed on a waitlist for on-campus housing.
The following students are considered exempt from the requirement to live on campus:
- Students who are married or living with a dependent
- Students who are domiciled with a parent within a 25 mile radius of the campus at the time of enrollment
- Graduate students
- Part-time students (less than 8 credit hours)
- College students who are classified as a CIII (juniors) CIV (seniors)
- Students over 21
- UNCSA High School graduates who are in their sophomore year