Contact Information

Office of Residence Life

2 Convent Road
Founders Hall
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989

Phone: 973-290-4130/4184
Fax: 973-290-4123

Office Hours:
Residence Life Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30am to 5:30pm

Assistant Director Hours:
Mon-Thurs 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Residence Life Survey

Student Contact Information
Freshman   Transfer   International Student
Freshman   Sophmore   Junior   Senior
Housing Preference

Incoming students are generally assigned to double room accommodations. Singles are extremely limited. You may indicate a preference for a single below, however, single spaces are not guaranteed.

I would like to room with:
Survey Questions

Please answer the following questions as honestly as possible. We try to use the information below when selecting roommates. Answers to these questions does not guarantee placement, it is merely a guide for us to consider.

  1. What is your anticipated major?

  2. When do you study?
    Morning   Afternoon   Evening  

  3. What type of environmnet do you need when studying?
    Completely Quiet   Some Noise   No Preference  

  4. What time do you typically go to bed?
    9 to 11 p.m.   11 p.m. to 2 a.m.   2 a.m. or later  

  5. What are your interests?
    Talking on the phone Going out with friends Surfing on the Internet
    Reading Sports Listening to music
    Hanging out with friends at home Watching TV Other
    Other Interests (please specify):
  6. Describe Yourself:
    Outgoing   Reserved  

  7. What type of music do you like?

  8. Do you smoke?
    Yes   No  

  9. If yes, how often?
    Rarely   Sometimes   Often  

  10. Would you mind being placed with a smoking resident?
    Yes   No  

  11. If you are a first year student, what high school did you attend?

  12. Would you prefer to live with a resident from your high school?
    Yes   No  

  13. What was your favorite high school activity or club?

  14. How neat are you?
    Extremely Neat   Moderately Neat   Not Neat  

  15. Would you like to have the opportunity to live with an international student?
    Yes   No  

  16. If you are an international student, would you like to have the opportunity to live with an American student?
    Yes   No  

  17. How often will you plan to visit home?
    Rarely   Sometimes   Often  

  18. Would you prefer to share items with your roommate (e.g. refrigerator, TV, cleaning supplies, etc.)?
    Yes   No  

  19. How often do you anticipate having guests?
    Rarely   Sometimes   Often  

  20. Do you have any medical/health conditions that would affect your housing assignments?
    Yes   No  
    * If yes, you must contact Disabilities Services at 973-290-4261 and speak with the Disabilities Coordinator regarding placement in housing.

  21. Additional Comments:

  22. Submit
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Emergency Contact Information

Please enter in your parent or guardian contact information:

(including area code)
(including area code)

In the event that you were to go missing who would you like the College to contact:

(including area code)
(including area code)

Residence Life Survey

Greetings from Residence Life!

Welcome to the Residence Life Program at the College of Saint Elizabeth. As your college plans begin to come together, we need to add another piece to complete the picture: your residence hall room assignment. Living on campus is a large part of the total college experience, so we would like to work with you to determine the best possible arrangement.

The following questionnaire will facilitate your room and roommate placement. First time residents are assigned to a double room, so we ask that you answer the enclosed survey as honestly as possible to facilitate an agreeable match. Although single rooms are available, they are limited and assigned with priority given to transfer students followed by a "first come, first served" policy to in-coming freshman students. There is an additional fee for a single room. Additionally, all residents must complete an emergency contact form containing preferred information including contact names, phone numbers, and known allergies.

We ask that the enclosed survey and emergency contact form be returned within one week. This will ensure that all housing questionnaires can be properly reviewed, that the best possible housing assignments are made for you and your classmates, and that all emergency contact forms are filed immediately. In addition, please be advised that all health records must be returned to the Wellness Center to receive a housing assignment. Provided that all necessary paperwork is received on time, you will receive your room assignment, roommate information and other important details including what to bring to campus.

Should any questions arise, please do not hesitate to contact the Residence Life Office. It would be our pleasure to discuss any of the housing options with you. Again, welcome to the College of Saint Elizabeth and to the Resident Life program. We look forward to seeing you on campus!


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