End of Fall 2013/Winter 2014 Housing Process

All students residing in University housing are required to live on campus for the duration of the contract terms (full academic year). A student may be released from the contract for reasons stated on page 8 in the Residence Hall Handbook.

If you will NOT reside in University housing after the Fall semester or after Winter term, and you meet one of the criteria for being released from your Housing Contract, you must notify the Housing Office by sending an email to housing@pacificu.edu by November 27 at 12:00 pm (noon).

Questions? Contact the Housing Office at housing@pacificu.edu.

 

If you:
intend to leave housing after Fall Semester review this info:

 

If you:
intend to leave housing after Winter Term

review this info:

 

If you:
are registered for Winter Term and Spring Semester review this info:

If you:
need Holiday Break Housing review this info:

 

Leaving After Fall Semester or Winter Term

Remember if you want to be approved by the Housig Office to check out of your room you must notify the Housing Office by sending an email to housing@pacificu.edu, by November 27 at 12:00 pm (noon).

 

Apply for Residency Waiver

Housing contracts are binding for the full academic year. If you wish to move off campus you must meet the Residency Waiver criteria, and the request must be approved by the Residency Options Committee. Students moving off campus without committee approval may be held responsible for payment of both room and board fees through the end of the academic year.

 

Approved to Check Out

If you have been approved by the Housing Office to check out of your room because you are graduating, studying abroad, been approved to move off campus, or withdrawing from Pacific, you must complete the following steps:

 

Room & Meal Plan Information

Room rates are billed on a two-semester basis which includes Winter term. However, students who are approved to vacate housing prior to the end of the Spring semester or those not housed during the Fall semester will be charged the standard weekly rate on a prorated basis for the month of January. No room refund will be issued for Winter term and your spring semester rent may be prorated. See the 2013-14 Academic Catalog, page 75, for details.

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Staying for Winter Term and Spring Semester

You DO NOT need to inform the Housing Office of your plans if you are or are not enrolled in a Winter term course, as long as you will be returning to your room for the Spring semester. You may leave your belongings in your room.

 

The residence Halls typically open the day before Winter term classes begin (January 7). However, they will open at Noon on January 2 if students want to return early. Students need to be aware that there is limited meal service if they choose to come back prior to January 6 when regular meal service resumes.

 

Limited Meal Service

Limited meal service is defined as limited hours of service, and limited menu items.

Bistro Hours:

 

 

Bed Bug Protection Tips

Bed bugs are a common occurence around the world. It is imperative that you educate yourself, so you are aware of what they look like, how to protect yourself, and what to do if you suspect you have them. Below are a few tips for traveling. For more tips on prevention, click here.

 

 

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End of Fall 2013/Winter 2014 Housing Calendar

NOVEMBER 27: Housing status notification, and Holiday Break Housing Applications are due to the Housing Office by 12pm (Noon).

 

DECEMBER 2: Residency Waiver requests are due to the Housing Office by 5pm.

 

DECEMBER 3: Residency Options Committee begins review of Residency Waiver requests.

 

DECEMBER 4: Holiday Break Housing confirmation will be sent by University email by 5pm.


DECEMBER 6: Residency Options Committee decisions will be sent by University email.


DECEMBER 12: Residence Halls close at 12pm (Noon) for winter break for all students unless a request to stay during winter break has been approved by the Housing Office.


DECEMBER 12: Students not returning to Pacific, graduating, studying abroad, or have been approved to move off campus after Fall semester must have all belongings out of their residential space by 12pm (Noon).


JANUARY 2: Residence Halls reopen at 12pm (Noon). Limited meal service until breakfast on January 6.


JANUARY 7: Winter Term classes begin.


JANUARY 23: Students not returning to Pacific for Spring semester, graduating, studying abroad, or have been approved to move off campus after Winter term must have all belongings out of their residential space by 10am.

 

JANUARY 27: Spring semester classes begin.


JANUARY 27 - FEBRUARY 7: Meal Plan changes accepted in the Student Life Office (two weeks only).

 

FEBRUARY 10-21: Spring Room Change Period. Room Change Request Forms accepted in Student Life Office until February 22 by 5pm.

 

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