Every student who lives in residence must accept a contract and agree to the terms and conditions.
Before accepting your residence contract, be sure to carefully read the Residence Terms and Conditions for your assigned residence community. The residence contract is a binding legal agreement between yourself and Campus Housing.
Living in residence means not having to sign a lease but you will have to agree to your Residence Terms and Conditions. This document outlines the application process, fees for cancelling your contract, end of term move-out, residence rules and regulations and enforcement of those rules.
Students will need to accept an undergraduate contract for either 1- or 2-terms; fall/winter or fall/spring (2-terms), or winter or spring only (1-term).
You are held financially responsible for the full residence fee as indicated in your contractual agreement and pursuant to this Agreement. If you withdraw from residence before the completion of your contract, you will be placed on our refund assessment list in order of withdrawal date. When a new student is confirmed into residence, a refund may be processed for the first student on the waiting list if Campus Housing reaches full occupancy. Read more in the Terms and Conditions of your contract for full details and exceptions (please see above for your specific Terms and Conditions).
If you accept a residence contract for a term that have already begun, residence fees will be prorated from the date of contract acceptance.
Our terms and conditions state that students who have accepted their residence contract are held financially responsible for the full length of their contract.
This means—should you choose to cancel your contract—you will be required to pay your full residence fees.
Learn more about our withdrawal or cancellation policies here.