In May, all incoming students who have submitted their admissions deposit will complete a Housing Questionnaire that helps us to match you with a roommate.
You are also welcome to request someone you know as a roommate. Many of our incoming students meet other students during orientation days, through athletics teams or social media, or know each other from high school. If you already have a roommate in mind you may both request each other on the Housing Preference Profile on JayWeb. All roommate requests must be submitted on the Housing Questionnaire and are due by June 26.
Once you have submitted your housing preferences and the Residency Agreement, housing assignments will be made.
During the first week of August, you will receive an email informing you that your housing assignment and roommate are listed on JayWeb. Below are the instructions on how to access your housing assignment and how to find contact information for your roommate.
How to find your housing assignment
To access your JayWeb account watch this short, instructional video or follow the instructions below:
1. Go to JayWeb by clicking the link.
2. Log in using your Etown email and password that you activated in May.
3. Click on "student" near the top of the page.
4. Click on "housing" in the left-hand menu.
At this point your housing and roommate assignments will appear.
How to find your roommate's email address
1. Go to your Etown Outlook Email by following the link and clicking on the "Email" button.
2. Log in using your username (your Etown email address without the @etown.edu) and password that you activated in May.
3. Click on "find someone" at the top right of the screen.
4. Type in your roommate's last name, first name (you may have to turn off your pop-up blocker). Your roommate's email address will appear in the box.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Office of Community Living at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-361-1197.
Here at E-town, our Information and Technology Services (ITS) department help our community with all of their computer, networking, web and database needs. You will be asked to complete a new student tech orientation before you arrive on campus, and ITS can provide you with resources if you are looking to purchase a new computer ahead of coming to E-town. Once on campus, you will also be able to register your computer and any gaming devices that you are bringing with you.
We offer the highest level of technology and support at E-town, including:
- Wireless 802.11 A/N/AC network covering 100% of campus buildings and most outdoor venues, open areas and sports facilities
- Wired Ethernet network with a port for each residing student in residence halls (best for gamers to avoid lagging or glitching)
- 99 digital or HD channels in each resident’s room with Xfinity for both live and on-demand television
- On-campus service provides the same cable TV line-up for computer, laptop, and mobile device streaming
- 8Gb aggregate Internet connection
- Microsoft Office 365 - robust email, application, and cloud-storage service
- 50GB of data storage capability in each email box, cloud-storage provides 1TB per individual and access to all Microsoft Office applications
- For device protection, licensed Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) software is provided
- Upon request, resources offered for personal websites served by Microsoft IIS or WordPress webservers
- For connectivity and computing - Cisco AnyConnect VPN (Virtual Private Network), Terminal Server services, and VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure)
- On-campus fileservers for each student (private, public, and shared folder structure)
- 1GB on-premises storage capacity for students (more is available upon request)
- VOIP telephone services and Wi-Fi enabled calling
- Printing services provided through central PaperCut print server with web-print, email-to-print, and express-print stations across campus