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Break Period Housing Policy & Procedure

Students who wish to remain on campus during University break periods must register and receive approval from the Office of Residence Life in order to obtain key or card access to their hall. During break periods, all residence hall exterior entry door locks are changed or card access limited. Students may be required to pay a per diem rate in order to register to stay in the halls during some break periods. If a student has not registered prior to the break period, he/she will not be permitted to remain in the halls. Resident students should be aware of University break periods and make arrangements to leave and return to the residence halls at the published times. The University does not assume responsibility for students during these time periods.

At the end of the academic year, all students, including graduating seniors, requesting to remain in the halls after they have closed may be moved to one location. Students will be required to move all belongings to the end-of-year location.