Housing Log-in Instructions

    Housing Application Log in Instructions
    Please allow 2 business days after paying your deposit to complete the housing application as your login may not work until after that time. 

    Please follow the instructions below:
    2. Select Enter Secure Area
    • Enter your Student ID Number  (located in the e-mail beginning with @ followed by 8 numbers and your pin number which is your birthday mmddyy)
    • If this is your first time logging in you will be prompted to change your pin number
    • If you have logged into web4 previously, use your set password
    3. Select Student, then select THD4 Self-Service

    4. You are now logged into THD4 Self-Service through Banner Self-Service

    5. Choose the Applications on the left side of the screen, select 2024-2025 NEW-TRANSFER Student Housing Application - Full Academic Year and select Next.

    6. IMPORTANT: Read carefully through the Agreement section, once you sign the agreement you have agreed to the terms of the Housing Occupancy Agreement for the Fall 2024 academic year.

    7. You will now be prompted to answer questions regarding your Personal Preferences which will be used to help match you with a roommate. You will be asked to select a meal plan which is required for all students living in the residence halls.

    8. Select Complete Application.

    After you have completed the application on-line you will receive a thank you screen with further information about the housing assignment process. If you do not see this screen, you have not completed the application.

    If you have any questions about the housing application please contact Housing and Residential Services at 978-665-3219 or by e-mail.


    Residential Living Communities create an unique and intentional environment. The foundation of these communities are grounded through a shared interest with a common goal, to support each member’s success as they have defined it for themselves. The framework of these diverse communities is operated through one of these main programmatic structures: affinity housing, living/learning, or theme housing.

    Members are able to see each other during the roommate selection process and are placed within a designated residence hall area. 
    A Resident Assistant is assigned to each community to guide their programming, coordinate a network of resources, and assess member’s achievements of the learning outcomes. Residential Learning Communities facilitates the journey of finding a sense of belonging and eases the transition to college life.

    We are building various academic support services to be available to first-year residents directly in the residence hall!

    The community incorporates the education, creative technology and marketing of the gaming dynamic to expose the community members beyond the controllers. Members socialize and network through shared classes and community game meet-ups!

    Green & Gold

    Intentionally focuses on the engagement and support of Fitchburg State through enhancing community members' knowledge and understanding of the university. Members will have the opportunity to engage with campus partners such as Athletics, Alumni & Development and Admissions. Specific areas of focus will include:

    • School Spirit (events and traditions)
    • Athletics (Falcon Fan)
    • University History/Traditions
    • Learning what does it mean to Give Back
    • Engagement as a pre-alumni/preparing to support after graduation

    An academic integrated community focused on the nursing profession. Community creates a space for shared knowledge and academic support for first year courses within the major.


    A living and learning space for students who exhibit high academic achievement. The community creates support and study initiatives to facilitate the forward movement of knowledge.


    The community promotes the education, awareness and acceptance of the LGBTQIA+ culture. Community allies are welcome as members. Members of the community strives to a better understanding of self and their intersecting identities.

    Service, Justice & Equity

    Strives to create an intersection of thoughts and opinions towards how society is impacted by legislation. A great opportunity for residents civic engagement/public service related professions including: public office, lawyers, police/law enforcement, social work and political science instructors.

    Teach Today

    All members of society are educators. The ability and willingness to teach others is the foundation of this community. The community supports all majors whose professional endeavors is to teach/instruct on any intentional level. Traditional teaching methods such as the classroom and progressive teaching such as peer education (community base teaching) is welcome into the space.