Now that you’ve found the perfect school, let us help you answer your most important question: “Where am I going to live?” Through the steps below, you will be able to complete your housing application to live on-campus, which includes ranking your living preferences, completing a roommate questionnaire, and requesting any specific people you may want as roommates. Be sure to complete each step in order, and as always, if you have questions please let us know!
Step 1: Set up access to your Earlham email account on TheHeart student portal.
When you are confirmed as a new student to Earlham College, you receive a username and password to access the Earlham College student portal website, known as “TheHeart”. You should receive this information to your personal email account that you have provided Admissions. Using this username and password, login to TheHeart by clicking on the link on the top-right of the Earlham College website. This email account will be used by the Office of Residence Life to communicate with you about your housing application.
To open your email account, click on “Zimbra” underneath the “Information Services” heading. You can then use your username and password again to login.
Step 2: Complete the 2016-17 New Student Housing Application.
Once you have set up your Earlham College email account, complete your housing application. Click on the appropriate application link below to go through the housing application. It will take you approximately 10 minutes to complete.
This application will be available in the spring. Check back then for more information!
Step 3: Complete the Alcohol Assessment Survey.
The last step for your housing application is to complete the alcohol assessment survey - a twenty-minute educational survey which helps prepare students for on-campus, college living. New students are required to complete this survey before they receive their housing assignment and roommate information for the fall, so take a moment to complete this online assessment! To learn more about Earlham College's alcohol awareness program, visit our Alcohol Awareness page.
Online Alcohol Assessment