Request Your Roommate + IC Member Experiences

AZA and BBG - It’s time to request a roommate for BBYO IC 2016! You can request one roommate for IC. Every Aleph and BBG attending IC has a roommate ID number – this is what you’ll use to request your roommate. Your roommate ID number has been emailed to you. Share it with your friends so they can request you back!

To request your roommate, just follow these steps: 

  1. Log in to the IC Registration System using your email address and confirmation code.

  2. Click “Next” until you see the “Personal Information” section.

  3. Scroll down to the “Roommate Request” section.

  4. Enter your requested roommate’s name and roommate ID number. Note: Your requested roommate must also request you for the request to be considered.

  5. Click “Next” until you reach the confirmation page for your registration.

  6. Click “Finish” to complete your registration modification/roommate request submission.

  7. Congrats! You’ve requested a roommate.

We will do our best to match you and your requested roommate, but it is not guaranteed. If you and your requested roommate are placed together at IC, you’ll be in a room with other Alephs and BBGs who either requested to be together or had no roommate preference. Requests are due by January 8, 2016! Note: you and your requested roommate must arrive at IC on the same day (Wednesday for Pre-Summits and Thursday for IC Only).

If you don’t want to submit a roommate request, you will be roomed at random in double, triple, quad and six-suite arrangements. Every effort is made to ensure that Alephs and BBGs are comfortable in their rooms. Most delegates are paired with an Aleph or BBG from their home community and/or a delegate who is in the same grade.

As always, the IC Customer Service Team is here to help. During the holidays, there may be a delay in response to your message, but please don’t hesitate to send questions to azabbgic@bbyo.org!

P.S. Have you explored AZA & BBG Member Experiences at #AZABBGIC2016? Between inspiring speakers, celebrating Shabbat, musical performances and immersing yourself in the local community, there are six ways that you, the Alephs and B’nai B’rith Girls of the International Order, can be involved in International Convention. Click here to learn more. Deadlines for these opportunities are quickly approaching!