Re-Applicants for Fall semester

On-campus living

Former Westmont students who re-apply to Westmont may be considered returning students for the purposes of housing, rather than new students.

Re-applicants should communicate their housing requests to the Housing Office as soon as possible. Some may wish to request college housing in one of the residence halls during the housing sign-ups in March/April, if they are included in a mutual and matching group housing request with a current student and if they are confirmed to enroll prior to March 15. Such requests must be arranged with Housing in advance. See the timeline in Housing Sign-Ups for Next Year.

Housing Application

A new housing application should be submitted when you complete the online Acceptance of Offer of Admission, which the Admissions Office will provide when you are accepted for re-enrollment.

Off-campus limitation

Requests to live off-campus locally and commute might not be granted because Westmont limits the number of students who reside off-campus. Re-applicants should not assume they may live off-campus, or make any rental commitments, unless off-campus has been granted. Living off-campus must be approved in writing by the Housing Office. See Off-Campus Commuting and Requirements for Commuters.

Re-applicants should contact Housing as soon as possible due to our off-campus limit. If we are on a waitlist basis, Housing will document the date of the request. Requests for off-campus have a mid-March deadline and there are several requirements for getting approval. Due to the limitations and requirements for off-campus local/commuting, re-applicants should be in close communication with the Housing Director.

Viewing your housing and meal plan information

Confirmed housing assignments, and waitlisted requests for living off-campus, are displayed on the Student Profile. When off-campus local/commuting is requested by a re-applicant, the Housing Director will grant, waitlist, or deny the request by email.