Petition For Agreement Release

Please Note: Petitions for Agreement Release are due on November 1, 2013. If you are cancelling your housing after the November 1st deadline please read the information below regarding cancellation fees.

 

Excerpt from the Campus Housing Agreement:

 

C. Mid-Year Cancellation of Campus Housing Agreement: Resident students may cancel their Agreement for Spring Semester if the cancellation request is for one of the following reasons (a) graduation, (b) study abroad, (c) marriage, (d) leave of absence or withdrawal from college, or (e) student teaching or internship located more than 30 miles from campus. Residents requesting a cancellation of Agreement must submit a Petition for Agreement Release. Documentation verifying the reason for cancellation will be required. Cancellation charges will be assessed according to the date the petition is received by the Residential Life Office. Charges for cancellation of the Agreement will be assessed as follows:

 

Date Petition Received Cancellation Fees

 

On or before Nov. 1 .................................... $0

 

Nov. 2 - Dec. 1 ............................................ $100

 

Dec. 2 - Jan. 1 ............................................. $200

 

Jan. 2 - before 1st day of class ................... $300

 

On or after 1st day of class ......................... Full Contract Amount

 

*Please note if you are petitioning for agreement release for any reason other than the approved reasons listed in SECTION C. MIDYEAR CANCELLATIONS of the CSB CAMPUS HOUSING AGREEMENT you need to complete a different form! You will be required to appeal your housing contract through Housing Appeals Committee; there is no guarantee of release from the contract.  Those not approved will be held to the terms of the housing contract.

 

*FIRST YEAR AND SOPHOMORE STUDENTS are required to live on campus. To request an exemption from this requirement you must complete a different set of forms and submit a letter explaining your reasons for the request to Residential Life. You will be required to appeal your housing contract through Housing Appeals Committee; there is no guarantee of release from the contract.  Those not approved will be held to the terms of the housing contract.