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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily Friday, July 17, 1987
'U' expects no dorm

By SHEALA DURANT
With classes just eight weeks
away, University housing officials
are still trying to place an estimated
4,500 first-year students in residence
halls, but they do not anticipate the
housing difficulties that plagued
many students last year.
"There is no reason for freshmen
to be anxious about whether they'll
be placed. All freshmen a r e
guaranteed housing in a traditional
residence hall," Housing Advisor
Sherie Veramay said.
Veramay said, however, that "it's
too early in the game to tell"

whether the University can
completely avoid a housing
shortage. Last year 11 first-year
students spent four days living in the
Mary Markley residence hall lounge
and others were provided with short-
term housing in Baits.
THIS YEAR housing officials
have reserved more spaces for
incoming first-year students b y
decreasing the number of spaces they
usually offer returning students.
The housing office blames the
delays on late housing applications
and the juggling that occurs when
students request certain arrangements

'There is no reason for
freshmen to be anxious
about whether they'll be
placed. All freshmen are
guaranteed housing in a
traditional residence hall.'
Sherie Veramay,
housing advisor
such as living with friends.
Upperclass and graduate students
who live in non-traditional halls
such as Baits, Cambridge, Fletcher

overcrowding
and Oxford will get their leases on.a often found that students would
walk-in basis rather than receiving change their minds about living on
their leases through the mail like campus without telling the housing
other students. Housing officials office.
will send letters to these students
explaining this year's new housing Rumsey believes lease signing on
process. a walk-in basis will eliminate the
two-week lag caused by sending out
THE WALK-IN process should and waiting for the return of leases,
start sometime in the first week of and time spent on the phone with
August. To accommodate students students to confirm fall living plans4
who are out-of-town for the summer,
the Housing Office will be open on She realizes that this method may
weekdays and all of Labor day caus problems for some people, but
weekend, said Jo Rursey, the she is confident that it will satisfy
assistant director of housing most students. "We've learned from
information, experience that we've satisfied more
people than doing it any other way
Under the old system, Rumsey that we've ever worked with."

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