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The honors residential community on the Polytechnic campus is currently housed in Lantana Hall. In partnership with ASU Housing, Barrett works to create a supportive environment for all residents. Should you have any additional questions that are not addressed below, please email Jennifer Brady at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am a second-year Barrett student; do I have to live in the Barrett residential community?
Barrett, The Honors College, offers a distinctive four-year residential experience. Barrett students live in the honors community at the ASU campus of their major for their first two years, and many choose to stay all four years to take advantage of the world-class amenities and on-campus convenience.
Second-year Barrett students continue to live in the honors residential community at the ASU campus of their primary academic major.
Can I choose which campus to live on?
All Arizona State University students live on the campus of their primary academic major. Barrett students live in the honors community at the ASU campus of their primary major.
Are the floors in the Barrett Residential College Community mixed sex?
Yes, but in Lantana Hall, males and females do not share a room or bathroom, just common hall space. The university offers gender-inclusive housing accommodations for interested students. More information about this option can be found online.
Is alcohol allowed in the Barrett Residential College for those that are 21?
Alcohol is not permitted on any of the ASU campuses or in any of the residential communities, including Barrett.
Where is the closest parking?
Residential parking is available near Lantana Hall. Visit the Parking and Transit Services website for more information about how to purchase a Residential Parking Permit.
What are the ASU Housing Rates?
ASU housing rates for the 2020-21 academic year can be found online.
What furniture is included in the rooms?
Rooms include a Twin XL bed, desk, chair, dresser, and closet space.
Is there married housing?
Family housing is available at the ASU Polytechnic campus.
Am I required to have a Barrett meal plan?
2020-21 Academic Year: All students residing in Lantana Hall will be required to purchase an ASU meal plan.
How is the Barrett Residential College community staffed?
Community Directors live in the Residential Halls and Neighborhoods to provide 24/7 support to students. There is one professional full-time University Housing staff embedded in Barrett residential community. In addition, student Community Assistants and Barrett residential student leaders provide additional support within the honors residential community.
What is the process to become a Community Assistant?
It is not uncommon for several Barrett students to apply for Community Assistant positions because they provide students with necessary leadership and conflict resolution skills that can be further developed in any professional environment. CAs receive room and board, as well as a stipend. There is a comprehensive application process that interested individuals are required to complete, including an in-person interview process.
Questions should be directed to Jennifer Brady at email@example.com or University Housing professional staff.
What is the process to become a Barrett Residential Student Leader?
Barrett Residential Student Leaders, called Hall Hosts, focus on creating an inclusive, welcoming community for honors residents, as well as creating a well-rounded schedule of events designed to promote wellness, service, and connections between Barrett students, the university, and the surrounding community. Students may apply for this position during the spring semester before the academic year appointment. For more information, contact Jennifer Brady at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who should I contact with a facilities request?
Students should submit a maintenance request for any facilities online.
Who should I contact with a roommate concern?
Students should contact their Community Director, John Jaso.
I am an incoming Barrett student, who should I contact with Housing questions?
If you are an incoming first-semester freshman or transfer student, please contact Natalie Young at Natalie.D.Young@asu.edu with any questions related to the FAQs.
How do students apply for housing?
All students must apply online to live on campus by going to the ASU University Housing web page or through the housing portal on their myASU page by logging in with their ASURITE ID and password.
I was just accepted to Barrett but have already selected a room in another community. How do I change that?
Students can adjust their housing assignment once admitted to Barrett online through the housing portal on their My ASU page during housing selection. If you log into the portal and cannot see Barrett residence halls, please email University Housing at email@example.com or call (480) 965-3515.
I am an upper division student, and I noticed that there is an additional fee. What is that?
All University Housing & Residential Life students must read and electronically or physically sign the University Housing License Agreement. For upper division students, a nonrefundable Housing and Dining Confirmation fee will be automatically billed to their ASU student account and due immediately. This fee is for processing, preparing, and reserving your housing preferences. This is not considered a contract fee and is due regardless of whether an actual housing assignment is made.
Are there any situations where a student might live for only one semester in Barrett?
If a student needs to leave any time during the academic year, they must petition for a release from their License Agreement. Students should inform their Community Director. Typical justifications for a License Agreement Release (LAR) include extraordinary financial or medical hardship, study abroad opportunities, withdrawal/transfer/graduation from ASU, academic internship sponsored by ASU, and military duty activation.
Safety is a top priority in Barrett, and we invite you to be proactive and learn about safety in both the residence halls and on the ASU campus.