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Special housing needs applicants need to provide documentation of special needs or disability to substantiate the need for the requested accommodations. Provision of this information is voluntary and this information will not be used in a discriminatory manner. Please go to https://my.lynn.edu/ICS/LifeatLynn/ADA_Services.jnz for additional information and requirements for requests under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
If a student does not claim his or her assigned Residence Hall space by 5:00pm on the first (1st) day of classes for the Fall and Spring terms, per the published dates on the 2018-2019 Academic Calendar, the assigned space may be released and reassigned to another individual. Students who are subject to the two year residency requirement will be charged in full for the space. Students who are no longer subject to the two year residency requirement will be charged the Contract Release Fee.
The student has the responsibility of contacting the Director of Housing and Residence Life in writing to inform of a late arrival for the term in order to avoid the release of their assigned space prior to the first (1st) day of classes. Upon arrival to campus, the contract obligation will be reinstated and a new room assignment will be given based on availability.
Withdrawal or Leave of Absence: If a student withdraws or takes a leave of absence via the established University procedure, room and board charges may be prorated, if applicable, based on the dates published by Student Financial Services. The date of withdrawal is the official Residence Hall checkout date or the completion of the Withdrawal or Leave of Absence Form with the Dean of Students’ office, whichever is later.
Note: If a student is dismissed, leaves the University, or is otherwise not enrolled for the Spring semester, s/he must remove all personal belongings from the Residence Halls prior to January 2, 2020. Belongings left after this date will be removed and/or donated to charity at the student’s expense.
In order to maintain occupancy in the Residence Halls, the student must sign this housing contract. In the event that a student does not sign this Contract but is living in residence (room access and/or signed RCR) s/he shall assume responsibility for the obligations listed in this Contract and release the University from any liability associated with damage or loss to personal property, failure or interruption of utilities and services, or injury to persons. Additionally, s/he accepts and will abide by all policies and regulations as stated in the Lynn University Policy Manual.