If you cancel your housing assignment before your contract begins, you are charged an administrative fee. The amount charged increases from $100 to $450 as the contract start date approaches so it is always best to cancel a housing assignment as early as possible. See the Residence Agreement for specific fee information.
If you refuse this assignment, and subsequently wish to reapply you will receive a new position and application number.
To cancel your assignment before you move in:
Whenever you move out of University housing during your contract, you must file a Termination of Occupancy form. Filing a termination form and moving out of housing does not necessarily mean that you are released from your contract and financial obligations.
To cancel your assignment after you move in:
You may terminate a year-round contract without penalty at the end of Spring Quarter if you file a Termination of Occupancy form by the appropriate deadline. If you file the form after the deadline, you are subject to a late fee of $100 to $450.
If you move out earlier than your Residence Agreement specifies, you remain responsible for rent unless:
Generally, you may only be released from your obligation to pay rent for the duration of your contract if you take a leave of absence or graduate.
Releases must be authorized by Housing Assignments through a petition process. To request a release from contract:
More information about your contract end dates and specific filing deadlines are available on the Terminate Occupancy section of Axess.
Last modified Tue, 24 Feb, 2015 at 14:49