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Room Information

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    Maintenance Request

    Maintenance Request Form
    • This form is for:
      • non-emergency maintenance requests; i.e. broken blinds, light burned out, towel holder broke etc.
      • Contact Residence Life and Housing during the day and your Resident Assistant or Residence Life Professional during the evenings and weekends for Emergency maintenance requests; i.e. door not locking, outlets not working, toilet or sink overflowing etc.
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    Check-in Room Condition Report

    All Room Conditions Reports (RCRs) must be completed within one week of moving into the room, either at official move-in or during room changes. RCRs are used to determine charges at checkout. A Checkout RCR should be completed by students within two business days of checking out.

    Check-in RCR for Halls

    Check-in RCR for Apartments

     

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    Checkout Room Condition Report

    A Checkout Room Condition Report (RCR) should be completed by students within two business days of checking out. RCRs are used to determine charges at checkout. 

    Checkout RCR for Halls

    Checkout RCR for Apartments

Housing Account Forms

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    Cancellations - prior to move-in

    Cancellation Form
    • This is a form for students who:
      • have signed an academic agreement and will not be returning to Housing or the University; or
      • have signed an academic agreement but have not moved in yet and are not bound to the two-year live-on requirement.
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    Exemptions - prior to move-in

    Housing Exemption Form
    • This form is for students who:
      • would like to request an Exemption from the Housing Live-on Requirement prior to the official move-in date.
    • Do not sign another lease until officially exempted. If not exempted, you will still be required to pay housing and meal plan charges even if living elsewhere. 
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    Release from Housing - Already moved in

    Release from Housing Form

    • This form is for students who:
      • would like to request to move-out of housing; and
      • must show an extenuating circumstance beyond your control that has arisen since you signed the agreement (if bound to live-on for two years) or moved in (if not bound by the two-year live-on requirement). 
    • Do not sign another lease until officially released. If not released, you will still be required to pay housing and meal plan charges even if living elsewhere. 
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    Housing Application Fee Deferment

    Housing Application Fee Deferment Form
    • Students may apply to have the application fee deferred to their student account.
    • If accepted, the application fee will be put on the students account at the same time that housing charges are applied.
    • Submitting a form does not guarantee deferment. Students will receive an email within 1-2 weeks on whether their deferment was accepted or not.
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    13-Week or 16-Week Term Selection

    The University has announced that all classes will be online after Spring Break, April 26th, through Spring Finals, May 7th. Since this is a planned change in instruction, Housing has decided to offer term dates for billing related to Spring housing.

    Terms have the same weekly cost but the total bill is decided by the number of weeks indicated. Billing-by-week starts on the first day of class. We will not prorate by any other week combination. Student agreements will be adjusted to reflect either a 13-week term or a 16-week term. This selection and updates can be made at https://culebrahall.wufoo.com/forms/sbkau861xugezy/.

    Rates for the terms can be found on our Room Information page.

Waitlists

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    Walking Stick Apartments

    Walking Stick Waitlist
    • This form is for new and returning students (not first-year students) who would like to reside in Walking Stick Apartments.
    • Walking Stick apartments fill quickly during our room selection process. To be considered for beds that open in Walking Stick, you must complete the corresponding housing application.
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    Single Rooms

    Single Room Request
    • This form is for students who would like a private room.
    • There is a significant price difference for private rooms. The prorated amount will be applied to your student account at time of move.
    • There are very few private rooms in the building. We will make offers based on the timestamp of the waitlist.
    • There are two types of single rooms:
      • Single Room with Private bathrooms - built as single/privates and have a much smaller footprint
      • Single Room with Shared bathrooms - built with a small shared living area
      • Single Rooms with Shared bathrooms that were originally double rooms - larger footprint but has all double furniture
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    Triple Rooms

    Triple Room Waitlist
    • This form is for new and returning students who would like to have a triple room.
    • We will give priority based on financial need and time of waitlist application.

Early Arrival, Break, Summer, or Short Stay Request

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    Early Arrival

    Early Arrival Request
    • Complete this request if you are an incoming resident for the Fall or Spring and will need to move in before official move-in
    • This request must be submitted 72 hours before arriving on campus
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    Break Housing

    Links updated at least two weeks prior:

    Thanksgiving Break Stay - No charge but completion of form is required for safety & security purposes

    Winter Break Stay - Nightly charge for residence halls; Charge included in Walking Stick cost but form required for safety & security purposes

    Spring Break Stay - No charge but completion of form is required for safety & security purposes

    May Break Stay/Spring Late Stay - (period between spring and summer classes) - Nightly charge for all areas

     

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    Summer Housing

    The Summer Housing 2021 Application is open. For more information on summer housing, please visit the Summer Housing page.
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    Short Stay Housing

    Short Stay Request
    • This form is for students and interns seeking short-term housing. Short-term housing is similar to a hotel stay, in which you check-in and checkout within a week period
    • Requests are accepted in fall, spring, or summer, as space allows
    • The request form breaks down and cost and options

Spring 2022 Registration

Registration Opens October 18, 2021.

To register for Spring 2022 courses, students will need to meet with their academic success coach or faculty mentor, submit proof of vaccination or exemption, and self-register through Banner.

Vaccination Requirement and Exemptions

Student wearing face mask

The university's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy includes the COVID-19 vaccination unless an exemption is filed.

Office of Residence Life and Housing

Staff

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