Guide to Room Draw

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The Process: basics of room draw
==The Process==
Do we actually knowStudents who are not going to live in co-ops or off campus, are not studying away in the fall or being JAs, and are generally going to be in the dorms the next fall, enter into the room draw for their cluster. Students can enter in pick groups of up to six students, who turn in a common room draw form. Within each cluster, each pick group is assigned a random number. Rising seniors have the lowest numbers, followed by rising juniors, with rising sophomores at the onset end of the pick. Groups with students of different classes have numbers at the beginning or end of the appropriate year groups. Each cluster's room draw is separate. The seniors with pick #1 in each cluster pick first, then pick #2, etc. until everyone in the cluster has picked. There are about 100 picks in each cluster, ranging from [[Dodd Cluster|Dodd]] around 80 and [[anchor housingSpencer Cluster|Spencer]]?around 120 in 2007.