As identified in the Student Code of Conduct, all full-time, unmarried students are required to live on campus unless they meet and are approved for an exception. The requirement to participate in the Residence Life program continues unless and until the student applies for and is granted an exception to the residency requirement, per the conditions and procedures outlined. For returning residents, an application for an exception from the policy and/or relief from a current Resident Agreement must be received in via email or physical letter in the Residence Life Office by November 1 for the following Spring semester and by April 1 for the following Fall semester. Late applications for an exception may not be considered until the following review period.
For Fall 2020-Spring 2021: Requests related to COVID-19 and its impact will be considered on a case-by-case basis. In your application of exception, simply include your circumstances and submit normally. Those approved off-campus due to COVID-19 circumstance for 2020-2021 will be required to live on campus during the 2021-2022 year unless they reapply and are approved for an exception listed below.
Exceptions BEFORE Submitting a Housing Application
Exceptions AFTER Submitting a Housing Application
Students may apply to cancel the Resident Agreement after it has been submitted for limited reasons. The student should assume their exception application is NOT approved until formal notification is issued by the Director of Residence Life or designee. Note: premature commitment to housing off-campus does not constitute grounds for a release from this Resident Agreement. The primary reasons why the resident student may be approved to terminate the Resident Agreement for a specific time period after it has been submitted to the Residence Life Office include:
Important factors to note:
Residence Life Office, Miller Hall Lower Level
Office Hours: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday