Professional staff aided by undergraduate Resident Assistants are responsible

Professional staff aided by undergraduate resident

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Professional staff, aided by undergraduate Resident Assistants, are responsible for educa- tional programs, policies, and facilities within the residence halls. In the spring, residence hall applications and room selection instructions will automatically be mailed to students who have been admitted to the University for the 2006-2007 academic year. If all regular residence hall rooms become filled, new applicants may be offered accommodations in supplemental housing. (Supplemental housing rooms are like regular rooms in their furnishings but are used as study lounges when not being used for supplemental housing and may house up to six students.) Room and meal plan rates for supple- mental housing are the same as for regular hous- ing. Acceptance of a supplemental housing offer is optional, however all terms and conditions become enforceable upon receipt of the supplemental hous- ing contract addendum by the University. The room and board rate in the residence halls for the 2005-2006 academic year ranged from $5,668 to $6,148 for multiple occupancy and the Silver meal plan. Students have three meal plans from which to choose. A limited number of single and super single rooms are available at an additional cost. Hamilton- Whitten and Atkin-Colby Halls remain open during all university breaks during the academic year. All students assigned to those halls are required to pay an additional $75 nonrefundable charge above and beyond the basic room rate for that service. A $300 deposit is required upon submission of the residence hall application- contract. The deposit covers a $50 security deposit, which is retained until the final period of occupancy, a nonrefundable $50 application fee, and a $200 payment which is applied toward room and meal plan charges. Students may elect to pay each semester's room and meal plan charges in one lump sum or in installments. There is a $30 service charge for the installment plan. Students are expected to furnish linens, towels, blankets, pillows, bedspreads, and waste baskets. Rates for the 2006-2007 academic year were not available at the time this cata- log was printed. University On-Campus Housing Policy: Entering freshmen who have not previously attended this University must reside in university- operated residence halls for their first four semes- ters. Students transferring to this University as sophomores (as classified by the Office of Admissions) must reside in university-operated residence halls for their first two semesters. These policies are applicable to all students insofar as space is available in university residence halls. Residence hall living for two summer sessions is equivalent to one semester. The University may make exceptions for cer- tain categories of students based upon guidelines related to marital status, proximity of home to campus, age, and other pertinent factors. The dead- line for requesting an exemption to the require- ment is July 1 immediately prior to the academic year. Consideration also will be given to applica- tions for exemption received prior to July 1 from sophomore students who are members of fraterni- CAMPUS EXPERIENCE
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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