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Residence Life and Housing
Housing Cancellation Requests
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If you want to cancel your housing assignment, you must submit a Housing Cancellation Request Form
Please note, Cancellation Requests do not take effect until approved by the Housing Operations Manager
During fall semesters (for the upcoming spring semesters), Request Forms must be completed by November 15 to avoid the $500 cancellation fee.
During spring semesters (for the upcoming fall semesters), Request Forms can be completed any time, but before Room Lottery takes place is preferred.
Please note that if you secure a room via Room Lottery, the $500 cancellation fee will automatically apply.
Please review the Housing Contract and Terms of Occupancy for more information. We will email you a copy of the Terms of Occupancy once you complete the Housing Application form.
$500.00 Cancellation Fee Charged
Requests for cancellation are only considered for the following reasons:
$500 Cancellation Fee NOT Charged
Requests for cancellation can be made in the following situations. If approved, you will be released from your housing contract without being charged the $500 Housing Cancellation Fee.
If you do not arrive to check into your campus assignment, and you have not submitted a Housing Cancellation Request Form by 5 pm on the last day of business registration, the following will apply:
If your request for cancellation or assignment change is denied, you may submit an appeal to the Director of Residence Life and Housing.
All appeals must be made in writing within 5 working days of the decision.
We will review all details of the case, and a final decision will be sent to you, usually within 3 working days of the appeal being made.
Please contact us using the form below.
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