Reassignments and Removal
RESIDENTIAL LIFE REASSIGNMENT, REMOVAL, OR SUSPENSION
Residential Life reserves the right to reassign, remove, or suspend (pending review) from the residence halls any student whose conduct exhibits disregard for the residential community, who violates the terms and conditions of residence halls occupancy, or who violates other University rules and regulations. Such determinations will be made by the Director of Residential Life and Housing Services.
UNIVERSITY DISCIPLINARY OR ADMINISTRATIVE REMOVAL
The University may terminate this agreement and take possession of the room at any time upon (A) violation of the provisions of this contract; or (B) the direction of a duly authorized judicial body, dean, or other officer of the University; or (C) suspension or expulsion from the University. If you are required to leave University housing for disciplinary reasons, the full-year contract fees are still binding.
SPECIAL INTEREST HOUSING REASSIGNMENT
The University reserves the right to reassign residents of Special Interest Housing groups living in residence facilities if a program loses recognition or if spaces assigned to programs are not filled. Individuals who have not met the conditions for a Special Interest Housing group may also be reassigned or consolidated.
Residential Life reserves the right to reassign students and Special Interest Housing groups living in residence halls to address administrative needs, including gender space balances, renovations, maintenance conditions, consolidations of spaces, medical or disabled student needs, etc.
PERIOD TO RELOCATE OR VACATE HOUSING
Any student who is notified that he or she is reassigned or removed from a residence hall’s space must vacate within 48 hours after receipt of such notice, unless instructed otherwise by Residential Life or its designee. Any of the student’s possessions remaining on the premises after that time shall be deemed abandoned, a $50 late vacate fee will be assessed, and any cost incurred in removing possessions will be charged to the student.