Cancellation of Contract
Once a student is assigned housing, this contract becomes binding except under the following conditions:
- Student becomes physically/mentally incapacitated of must separate from the University.
- Student receives a directed teaching assignment that prevents residing on campus.
- Student is called to active military duty.
- Student marries and presents the signed marriage certificate as proof.
- Student fails to enroll at the University.
- Students desiring to have the contract canceled and apply for another academic period must state their desire in writing and file a new contract with a new application fee. Cancellations must be received no later than August 1 for Fall Semester; December 1 for Spring Semester and May I for summer. The application fees of $100.00 consist of $75.00 which serves as a deposit and is refundable if notice of cancellation is received by the aforementioned dates. If notice is received after the aforementioned dates, the $75.00 deposit is forfeited. The deposit is also refundable upon notification of graduation or withdrawal from the University. However if a balance is owed to the University the deposit is credit to that account. The remaining $25.00 of the application fee is an administrative processing fee and is not refundable or transferable under any circumstances.
- The Department may terminate this contract by (1) giving the student 30 days written notice in advance of the University's desire to have the student vacate; (2) giving the student three days written notice in advance for (a) failure to pay, (b) separation from the University, (c) conduct on the part of the student that violates the provisions of the agreement, violations of residence hall or University rules and regulations including those contained in THE ROAR (UAPB's Student handbook) and the Guide to Residential Living, or (3) immediately for conduct which threatens life or property. Students whose contracts are canceled by the Department for disciplinary reasons will not be refunded any portion of the room and prorated board charges.