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Residential and Commuter Life /
Please review the information on this site, which provides information on extended stay:
All students wishing to remain in University housing during breaks and/or in between semesters must apply for break housing.
All requests are reviewed for eligibility. Students who are eligible for break housing must have no record of serious conduct violations (alcohol or substance abuse, residence hall or conduct probation, vandalism, security or safety violations, etc.) within the past 2 semesters. Such violations will result in the immediate denial of your application, regardless of reason for applying. Students applying for break housing must meet one of the following qualifications:
*Please note: international students and students living in the Neighborhood are not charged a per night fee for Spring Break Housing, if they submit a request form prior to the deadline. Students in these groups who submit late request forms, or do not submit a request form will be charged a one-time late fee at the current nightly rate.
The cost to stay in the University housing during break periods is $15 per day. This fee will appear as early/break housing fee on your e-bill. This fee will be applied from the first evening that the residence halls close through the first day that students are permitted to return to the residence halls. Any application received after the deadline will be subject to an increased per day charge (See Chart Below). If a student is remaining on campus as part of a student group (and whose cost is being covered) submits a late application, the student will be responsible for any charge above the standard $15 per day charge.
Violation of the above policies and procedures as well as all policies outlined in your housing contract, in the Student Handbook, other applicable university policies, and local, state, and federal laws during breaks are subject to immediate revocation of the privilege of remaining in on campus housing during breaks and throughout the summer semester.
We understand that you might still have questions, and we're here with answers! Reach out to Residential & Commuter Life at firstname.lastname@example.org by calling (614) 236-6811, or schedule an in-person Zoom call with the first available member of our professional staff by visiting our meeting scheduling page. If you need assistance from staff at anytime over break contact RCL-24/7 at (614) 236-7213