All Gender Housing Selection Guide
AGH is located in Founders Hall and will be open to any interested student who eligible to live on campus through an application process similar to those offered for other special interest housing options, such as Learning Communities. The placement in Founders Hall allows for single and double bedroom options. The single rooms share a bathroom with one other person and double rooms are located in six-person suites.
STEP 1 | Complete Your Housing Application
New Students: Feb. 1, 2021 - June. 1, 2021
Returning Students: Dec. 8, 2020 - Mar. 1, 2021
No matter if you are going to be new to BGSU next year or if you will be a returning student, you will need to complete the following items by logging into your MyBGSU and clicking on "Housing and Meal Plan Application."
- Accept the terms of the On-Campus Housing and Dining Agreement.
- Make the $200 Initial Housing Payment.
- Submit your Health and Emergency Contact Information.
- Complete the Lifestyle Questionnaire.
- Select your meal plan.
STEP 2 | Fill Out The All Gender Housing Form
Dec. 8, 2020 - Mar. 1, 2020 @ 4:30 p.m.
After you complete your housing application, you should fill out the All Gender Housing Form. Applications for AGH will not be considered if your $200 Initial Housing Payment and this application is not submitted. After this the deadline, please email us for special consideration.
STEP 3 | Selecting Your Housing Assignment
How you receive your AGH assignment is determined based off of being a new or returning student. Please review the different processes below:
Frequently Asked Questions
Any student who is eligible to live on campus, and interested in living in AGH, has the option to live here. AGH is never forced upon any student. The community is completely voluntary, with students opting in.
Please note: The Office of Residence Life discourages individuals in romantic relationships from living together, as that is not the purpose of AGH.
The Office of Residence Life does not pair roommates in AGH. Students who are approved to live in AGH will select their own rooms and roommates through housing selection. They are able to select a double room or a single room based on availability.
The Office of Residence Life will match suitemates with other students if space in a suite is available. If a six-person suite cannot be filled based on requests, Residence Life reserves the right to assign students to single rooms vs. double rooms.
Once room assignments are completed, if a space becomes vacant in the suite or room due to a cancellation or room change, Residence Life reserves the rights to consolidate AGH suites. Consolidation will occur during the normally scheduled times. No student will be forced into an AGH room/suite. A student will only have the ability to select or be assigned to AGH after filling out the application and applying, even under consolidation processes.
There are no additional costs to live in AGH. The cost of AGH will be the same cost of a room in Founders Hall and varies depending on whether a single or double room is assigned.
No. Space is limited so it is very important students who wish to live in AGH follow the steps on this page to increase their chance to be place in AGH.
Depending on whether a student will be new or transferring to BGSU next academic year -or- will be a returning student, will depend on which Housing Selection Guide they should follow. Students should visit the Apply for Housing Page and follow the prompts to find the appropriate housing guide.
Founders Hall houses nearly 600 residents and offers air-conditioned single rooms with a shared In-room Bathroom layouts and six-person Suite-style layouts. The hall features a Marketplace location and is close to the Bowen-Thompson Student Union, many academic buildings and the heart of campus. Students can learn more on the Founders Hall page.
Yes. Students need to log in to housing selection during their assigned selection date and time and select a room in the AGH room block in Founders. The rooms will be listed in the acceptance email and on this webpage when they have been determined.
If you no longer want to live in AGH, you can select a different room outside of AGH in an available building during your room selection date and time. Please note that if you decide to not live in AGH, your roommate will be based on your biological sex.
If a student missed the deadline and still interested in All Gender Housing, they should contact us.
Please note: Students who missed the deadline, are not guaranteed placement in All Gender Housing. These requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and as space allows