Housing Terms & Conditions

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  1. Housing Availability. On-campus housing is available to accepted and attending full-time students in the traditional undergraduate program. Residential students are required to be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours of in person courses per semester. All residential students are required to be no more than 25 years of age. Students who move into campus housing and fail to complete their registration by the end of the registration period will forfeit their space.
  2. Contract Length. The housing contract is effective for the current academic year. If you decide to move off campus during the fall semester, you will be responsible for full semester room and board charges that will be applied to your account. No prorated refunds will be processed during fall or spring semester. Any student who has signed up to be a resident student and then decides to move off campus must fill out the Off Campus Request Form, see their student financial aid counselor and be approved by Student Development by August 1st. All full-time students who have not submitted an Off Campus Request Form by August 1st or have been denied off campus residency will be considered a resident and be financially responsible for semester room and board charges. A student who graduates, academically drops, withdraws, or for any other reason does not continue as a registered student will not be permitted to live in Alliance University housing. Note: All full-time Freshman and Sophomore students under the age of 21 are required to live on campus unless residing at home with a parent or guardian.
  3. Room Preferences. While the university will attempt to honor a student’s preference for a particular room style and location, the University cannot guarantee that students will receive their top preferences. Students will indicate their top preferences as part of the application process. The University reserves the right to change housing assignments at any time at its sole discretion.
  4. Consolidation: Residents who live in a Unit that is not filled to design capacity may be relocated. The University reserves the right to change student’s housing assignments in order to provide for maximum occupancy and utilization of space.  During the fall and spring semesters residents currently living in Units that are not fully occupied (under-assigned rooms) may be subject to room consolidation.
  5. Unassigned Space: Residents residing in units not assigned at full occupancy must ensure that the unassigned space and furniture remain vacant for resident placement. Current residents must maintain all appropriate shared spaces (e.g., cabinets, refrigerators, storage closets, beds, desks, etc.) to be available for equal access by any new resident assigned to the space. Violation of this policy will result in a $100 fine applied to each resident in the room per set of unassigned furniture in use.
  6. Roommate Assignments. Incoming students may request to live with specific individuals or individuals with complementary living habits when applying for on-campus housing. Students will be asked to complete roommate(s) preferences indicating their living habits and/or desire for specific roommates. The University will utilize this information when making assignments and will attempt to accommodate mutually requested room assignments, but cannot guarantee such assignments. Room changes during the fall semester may occur only with permission of the Residence Life Office. Requested roommates who are not cleared or have Residence Life fines: Each student has the option to request roommates on their housing application. If the requested roommates have not applied, are not cleared or have Residence Life fines, the Housing office will hold their place until July 1, at which point the University reserves the right to place another student in the room.
  7. Personal Property/insurance. Each student is responsible for the safety and security of their personal property and is encouraged to get their own insurance coverage for any loss or damage to personal property. The University has no legal responsibility for a student’s personal property.
  8. Room Search. The University reserves the right to enter and search any area to inspect the facility for purposes of management, health, safety and compliance with applicable rules and regulations. Conditions for room entry and searches are outlined in the Alliance University Student Handbook, found on your Student Portal.
  9. Maintenance of Premises. Students agree to maintain the room and its furnishings with reasonable care and to make payment for any damage or loss promptly upon demand by the University . The student agrees to be jointly responsible with other residents for the protection of the University-owned housing, its furnishings and equipment.
  10. Prohibitions. For reasons of health and safety, specific items are not permitted in the residence hall complexes. A complete list of prohibited items may be found in the Student Handbook.
  11. Unsatisfied Financial Obligations. Unsatisfied financial obligations will result in the University withholding your housing assignment until your account has been settled.
  12. Community Standards: All students are held to the community standards as outlined in the Student Handbook. Violations of these standards may result in the loss of housing privileges.

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