Inactive Sanctions – Loss of University Housing

Loss of University housing means that a student is no longer eligible to live in on-campus housing. The student may not be present in University residence halls or participate in residence hall activities.This sanction may be implemented when a resident student has breached the terms and conditions of their housing contract or has engaged in inappropriate behavior that severely impacts the residential community. The termination can be enforced immediately, at the discretion of the University, and is typically carried out and overseen by the Residence Life staff. The student losing housing privileges will not receive a refund of any housing fees paid, may be subject to a contract cancellation fee, and may be held financially responsible for the full cost of their housing for the remainder of the contract period.

Duration: Loss of University housing may be permanent, or it may be for a limited period. If the sanction is not permanent, it should be for at least one semester.