Rising seniors just received an e-mail from ResLife detailing the number of each size group formed and the number of living units available. Rising juniors in a 2-person group with a good pick, you may be in luck. Here are the facts:
Number of rising senior groups formed:
Number of mixed groups formed:
3 two-person (so 20 total)
1 three-person (28 total)
8 four-person (58 total)
6 five-person (54 total)
This is interesting. There are 47 four-person woodframes, so it looks like there may be a number of seniors in Lo-Rise, or that Fauver apartments may go like hotcakes. Also, there are 22 two-person houses and 30 three-person houses–more than the number of senior and mixed groups with that number of people. Looks like we could see a few juniors in woodframes.
Finally, that’s a LOT of one-person groups. There are two one-person houses (ResLife had previously said there would be none available in GRS) six one-person apartments (three in 128 Pearl and three in 240 Court); after that, it’s presumably on to 156 High, which has 22 singles.
If you have a group composed entirely of rising seniors, and everyone in your group attended a Community Standards Workshop, you have been entered in the lottery for the first pick. The e-mail from ResLife says the winners will have until “noon Monday, 4/22” to inform ResLife where they’ll be living; I’m assuming that should be noon on 4/20, since GRS begins on Tuesday.
And if you’re a group of any composition looking to merge, ResLife, like last year, is putting up a list of groups looking to merge. The form for adding your group–as well as, eventually, the list–can be found here.