Housing Application 2017-18

WCSU Housing Application

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Living Habits

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Building Preferences

I would like to request to live in the following residence hall: (Please rank your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices)
Midtown (First year students should choose from Midtown buildings)
Westside (Upper class/transfer students should choose from Westside buildings)

Roommate Requests

Roommate requests must be mutual to be considered. Requests for indicated preferences are not guaranteed. First year students should request only one roommate, as placement is generally in a double room. Transfer or current students applying for housing my request up to four roommates for suites or apartments.
I would like to request to live in the following roommate(s):

Statement of Agreement

1. In submitting this application, I assume responsibility for the prompt payment of bills for residence hall room and board fees; and I understand that if I do not pay those fees on time, this agreement will be null and void, and I will be removed from on-campus housing at the university, as well as having my name removed from the floor plans. I understand that I am responsible for all charges applied to my account based on Individual and Public Area Damages. I also understand that Public Area Damages are not appealable.

2. I understand and agree that the room/apartment assignment I have received to university housing while attending WCSU is for one academic year. This assignment will be subject to cancellation without refund at any time if I fail to abide by published university and residence hall policies and regulations.

3. University and residence hall rules and regulations are published and available in many forms, such as the Guide to Housing & Residence Life, the Student Handbook, the University catalog, and the university web site. Additionally, policies, interpretations, and changes are published, posted or distributed from time to time. In agreeing to accept housing, I agree to abide by these rules and regulations.

4. When the Department of Housing & Residence Life of Western Connecticut State University delivers this form to me, it constitutes an offer of housing accommodations. I accept this offer of accommodation when I and the Department of Housing & Residence Life have completed this form, and when I have promptly paid all fees.

5. Further, I understand that once I have accepted an offer of housing and paid the $250.00, non-refundable, deposit I will be subject to all housing and university refund policies and/or fees. The current policy can be found on the Cashier's web-site at: www.wcsu.edu/cashiers/refund.

6. I understand that to be eligible for on-campus housing, I must be registered as a full-time student (12+ credits undergraduate, 9+ credits graduate), and that I must maintain a 2.0 GPA. Full Satisfactory Academic Progress information and eligibility guidelines are available at www.wcsu.edu/housing in the “Forms” section, under Residence Life Guide. I understand that I will not be permitted to move into Housing without being enrolled in a full-time course load as described above.

Insurance

The university assumes no liability for loss and/or damage of any kind to the resident's property. It is the responsibility of the resident to pay for damages caused through accidental or malicious means. It is highly suggested and encouraged that residents should secure adequate coverage, either through their parents' or guardians' homeowners insurance, or through additional personal insurance.

Disclosure of information on lead-based paint hazards and/or asbestos hazards

Housing built before 1978 may contain lead-based paint and/or asbestos. Lead paint, paint chips, and dust can pose health hazards if not managed properly. Lead exposure is especially harmful to pregnant women and children under the age of 10. Asbestos has been known to be present in many building products, including but not limited to floor tiles, glues, insulation materials, and dry wall joint compound. Prolonged exposure to asbestos has been known to cause numerous respiratory conditions.

Acknowledgement of Agreement

I have read and accept the terms of this contract/statement of agreement as written above. My signature below indicates my understanding of and agreement to the statements above. It indicates my willingness to abide by all university policies, rules, regulations and refund policies. It attests to the fact that the information I have provided on this agreement is true, to the best of my knowledge and ability.

My signature also acknowledges that I understand the insurance disclaimer and disclosure information.





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