Many students said they are not pleased with the housing lottery after they failed to get into the dorms they desired.
Over 3,000 students had signed up by the by Feb. 17 registration deadline. Although only 2,500 students have been assigned housing for next year, the difference can be accounted for by students who dropped out due to other housing arrangements.
Many of those students originally signed up because they were unsure if they would be living in their sorority or fraternity next year.
Currently, the University is working to process student surveys and housing data, said Carlos Gonzalez, director of contracts for campus life housing.
While no students were denied housing, many complained that they were assigned housing in dorms and program houses that they did not desire.