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Cancellations and Refunds (Spring 2013: All Students)

1. Cancellation of the Contract Prior to the Start of the Spring 2013 Semester
For All New Students to Campus Housing for Spring 2013 Only

    1. December 15, 2012: If notice of cancellation is received by University Housing on or before this date, the contract is cancelled with no additional charge, and the $100 advance payment is refunded minus any indebtedness to the University (i.e. parking/library fines). Refunds, if applicable, will be sent in the form of a check to the permanent address on file within 6-8 weeks.
    2. December 16, 2012 to December 31, 2012: If notice of cancellation is received by University Housing between these dates, the contract is cancelled, but no portion of the $100 advance payment is refunded.
    3. January 1, 2013 to January 7, 2013: If notice of cancellation is received by University Housing between these dates, the contract is cancelled, but not portion of the $100 advance payment is refunded. In addition, students will be charged a $200 cancellation fee.
    4. January 8, 2013: On or after this date, the contract is legally binding, and students are obligated to pay the entire semester's rent unless they fail to enroll. If a student's plans change and he or she re-enrolls after canceling, the semester charge will be added back to his or her account. There will be no refund of University Housing monies during the last six weeks of a semester . If any collection fees are assessed in the process of obtaining unpaid housing charges, the student will be responsible for the payment of those collection fees in addition to the unpaid housing charges.

    2. Cancellation of the Contract After the Start of the Spring 2013 Semester (January 8, 2013)
    For All Students Currently Assigned to Campus Housing

    1. The contract may be terminated after the start of each semester only for the following reasons: withdrawal from school; marriage (no more than four weeks prior to the wedding date); or circumstances determined by the University to be sufficiently extenuating as to warrant cancellation (documentary evidence will be required).
    2. Any student qualifying for cancellation under paragraph 2(a) will forfeit the $100 advance payment and be charged prorated rent for the days of the semester that housing is held in reservation by that student, plus a $200 cancellation fee.
    3. If 2(a) or 2(b) does not apply, the contract may be cancelled by paying 40% of the remaining value of the semester's contract.

Note: New Freshmen for Spring 2013 are required to live on campus. Freshmen are required to live on campus for an entire semester.