Service Charges

Failure to return Comcast Cable remote$10
Fire extinguisher/water (discharged)$10
Beds, desks not reassembled$25
Excessively dirty bathroom$25
Excessively dirty floor$25
Excessively dirty foyer$25
Excessively dirty room$25
Failure to return loaner key/holiday core key$25
Fire extinguisher/chemical (discharged)$25
Improper checkout$25
Improper room preparation at recess and break closings$20
Late checkout$25
Minor damage to walls, doors, other surfaces$25
Posting of unapproved signs/banners$25
Recore$25
Removal of room window screens$25
University Housing furniture/property found in student room$25
Unauthorized room change$25
Altering of room fixtures (lights, closets, etc.)$50
Contact paper with adhesive backing found in room$50
Major damage to walls, doors, other surfaces$50+
Damage to the Comcast Cable box$60
Failure to loft or unloft furniture (dependent on building)$75
Murals or writing on walls and doors$75
Unapproved room/floor lounge/hallway paint job$75

Please note that these are base charges for offenses. If furniture or rooms are severely damaged, charges will be determined by cost of repair or replacement.

Appeals for Recess and Break Closing Service Charges
There is a formal appeal structure for all service charges associated with holiday recesses and semester/session breaks. All charges can be appealed within 10 business days of the mailing date of the written notification of the charge(s). The appeal must be submitted in writing to the assistant director of residence life. Any questions may be directed to the assistant director of residence life.

Appeals for other University Housing Service Charges
There is a formal appeal structure for all service charges associated with damages to university property and/or assessment of repair and replacement costs to individual residents, floors or buildings. All charges can be appealed within 10 business days of the mailing date of the written notification of the charge(s). The appeal must be submitted in writing to the assistant director of residence life. Any questions may be directed to the director of University Housing.