There will not be room changes during the first six weeks after the students arrive. After that time, students may request a room change. A room change is permitted only when a request is made through the Residence Life Office. Prior to making a room change, the student must complete a Room Change Request Form. The Director of Residential Living or Director of Student Conduct and Community Living must approve the request. When a room change is approved, the student will turn in the key to his/her current room and receive the key to the new room at the Residence Life Office. Keys are not to be exchanged among students. If a student is left with a private room after a room change has taken place, the student will be given the option of keeping the room private and paying the private room fee, or finding another roommate. If a student moves excessively within an academic year, a charge may be applied.
Private room requests are granted when possible. A Private Room Request Form must be completed and turned in to the Residence Life Office. If a private room request is granted and the room is later needed for double occupancy, a second person will be assigned. Persons occupying a private room will be charged an additional fee of $675 per semester. In cases where an adjustment in the charges for a private room is necessary, the charges will be prorated on a weekly basis. Apartments/Barker Suites have only private rooms.
The Residence Life Office must efficiently and effectively utilize all available spaces in the residence halls. To accommodate the needs of all students, the Residence Life Office reserves the right to utilize the following consolidation policy as needed.
At any point during the semester, students may find themselves left in a room without a roommate. These students have the following consolidation options:
Students who do not choose one of the above options will be charged the private room fee.
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