May 1: Deadline for enrollment deposit and Honors College acceptance form via your my.tcu.edu portal; The Office of Housing & Residence Life will email housing application instructions to students on or around this date.
June 15*: Deadline for completing online housing application (available through my.tcu.edu); the timeline for room selection will be announced following the close of the housing application. *This date is subject to change; please check with TCU Housing and Residence Life for the most up to date information.
How do I sign up to live in Milton Daniel Hall?
- Pay your $900 enrollment deposit by May 1 through the online link at my.tcu.edu. See further instructions in your TCU Admission packet.
- Accept your invitation to join the John V. Roach Honors College by May 1 through the online link at my.tcu.edu. See further instructions in your Honors invitation packet.
- The Office of Housing & Residence Life will email you on/around May 1 with instructions on how to submit your housing application (online). You must submit the housing application and indicate you are a member of the John V. Roach Honors College before the application closes on June 15.
How do I make the $900 enrollment deposit?
Pay through the online link at my.tcu.edu. See your TCU Admission packet for more specific instructions.
Is there a possibility I won’t get into Milton Daniel Hall, even if I pay my enrollment deposit and complete the online application on time?
Yes. Because space is limited in Milton Daniel, there is the possibility that you will not be assigned to Milton Daniel Hall. Bringing in a new class of students is a bit of an art and a bit of a science, and we do not know from year to year exactly how many students will decide to attend TCU and accept our invitation to join the John V. Roach Honors College. Should there be more incoming Honors students than space in Milton Daniel Hall, assignments will be based on a lottery system. In the past we have been able to place most, if not all, incoming Honors students in Milton Daniel Hall.
Can I live in the Honors House with a non-Honors roommate?
Milton Daniel is typically only open to students in the Honors College. Year after year, living with Honors peers has proven to provide TCU Honors students with both academic support and fun.
What if I want/need to live in a residence hall other than Milton Daniel?
For extenuating circumstances, the Honors College will consider requests to live in a different residence hall or have a non-Honors roommate in Milton Daniel if space is available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the link for the Milton Daniel Exception Request form. This form must be completed no later than May 15. Please note that completion of this form does not guarantee that your request will be granted.