From Emmy Award®-winning writer/producer Judd Apatow ("Freaks and Geeks," "The Larry Sanders Show," "The Ben Stiller Show") comes "Undeclared," a new single-camera, half-hour comedy series that follows an eclectic group of college freshmen who share the same dorm floor at the University of North Eastern California (U.N.E.C.). College life is seen through the eyes of the new and improved Steven Karp (Jay Baruchel), a kid who grew seven inches over summer, going from scrawny high school nerd to potentially handsome college student. If only Steven's social life can change as much as his appearance during his freshman year. After saying good-bye to his dad Hal (Loudon Wainwright III), Steven heads off for his first day of college where he meets his new British roommate, Lloyd (Charlie Hunnam), a suave theater major who enlightens Steven in the ways of women. They share a suite with Marshall (Timm Sharp), a music major who can only be compared to a really bad Beck, and Ron (Seth Rogen), a business major with a biting sense of humor. They all live just across the hall from Lizzie (Carla Gallo), the girl Steven likes who unfortunately has a boyfriend back home who manages a copy shop; Rachel (Monica Keena), Lizzie's panic-stricken roommate who would be just one of the guys if she wasn't so hot; and Tina (Christina Payano), the girls' quirky new suitemate. "Undeclared" looks at the lives of seven friends who help each other face the freedoms and responsibilities that come along with being away from home for the first time.