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Every year, thousands of students choose to have a randomly assigned roommate. It`s a great way to discover someone who may be new and maybe from a different background than you. In our surveys of residents at the end of the school year, roommate satisfaction rates for random roommates are usually the same or better than the preferred roommates they want to live with. There may be conflicts between roommates. If you are unable to resolve a conflict, talk to an AR or your community collaborators. To apply for a roommate, you and your favorite roommate (requests must be reciprocal) have to go to My UW Housing and fill out this: you and your roommate have had a great few months, then something happens in the room and you feel frustrated. It`s natural, it`s happened to all of us. Remember good communication? It`s time to use it. Talk openly with your roommate about how you feel and look for a common solution.
Having a favorite roommate can impact your assignment. If you have a preferred roommate, we will respond to your roommate request through your preference. This means that with your favorite roommate, you could be assigned to a dorm that`s much lower on your list of preferences. Also note that we receive more room change requests from preferred roommates than for students with random roommates. If, after talking with your roommate, you find that you are still not able to find a solution, your colleague can be a valuable and impartial third party to discuss concerns with both roommates. The House Fellow will use your roommate agreement as the basis for the conversation. Depending on the outcome of the interview, House Fellow may work with you and your roommate to review the original roommate agreement or refer both roommates to a Residence Life coordinator for further discussion. To start the conversation, your House Fellow has a roommate agreement that you and your roommate must enter into at the beginning of the semester. Take it seriously. The agreement encourages discussions on topics that we know are important to students. Make sure you and your roommate discuss and share all the topics listed, which is important for each of you.