You will be directed through MyDuke and the HRL website to the housing and dining application. It is important that YOU (not your parents, not your older sibling, not your significant other) complete the application. The deadline for completing your application is Monday, May 31, 2021.
You will complete your Housing Application via my.duke.edu. Once you complete your Housing application, you will be automatically enrolled in the First-Year Dining Plan (Dining Plan I).
From my.duke.edu, log-in and click “Housing”. Then click “Complete Your Housing Application.” You will be redirected to the HRL website to review the application instructions. Once reviewed, click the link for the Dining Plan and Housing Application. You will be redirected to the housing application landing page. Click “Class of 2025 Dining & Housing,” and you will enter the housing application. Again, please remember once you complete your Housing application, you will be automatically enrolled in the First-Year Dining Plan (Dining Plan I).
Roommate matching questions (Please answer “yes,” “no” or “no pref”.)
ROOMMATE MATCHING QUESTIONS
HOUSING LICENSE AND TERM AGREEMENT
“I agree to the housing license and dining contract.”
You must agree to the housing license and dining contract to complete your application. If you select “no” or “no pref” your application will be considered incomplete and you will not be assigned until you agree by selecting “yes.” You can review the Housing License and Terms at: https://studentaffairs.duke.edu/hdrl/apply-housing/2020-2021-housing-license-and-terms.
Duke University is not liable for damage or loss of personal property kept in the resident’s assigned space or in other areas of University housing. Because the University does not provide property insurance, residents are encouraged to secure their own personal property insurance. All Duke students should consider purchasing renter’s insurance to protect their personal property in the event that it is damaged, destroyed or stolen. Even if a student is a dependent under his or her family’s insurance, the student’s personal property may not be covered. Talk with your family. They should check their policy or contact their insurance agent to see what coverage you have and if renter’s insurance is right for you while away at school.