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Moving out of residence

Move-out appointments & possible extra charges

Before it's time to leave residence, you will be sent a link to our move-out calendar. All residents need to schedule the time when they will be leaving residence. After residents leave, their rooms will be inspected to see if any maintenance is required or if there are any damages. Residents are not held responsible for normal wear and tear.

The latest possible time to leave is May 2, 2018 at 5 PM.


Possible move out/inspection charges

All charges will be posted to your student account.

Missed moved out time

Residents who do not schedule a move-out time or those who miss their appointment will receive a $100 administrative charge.


Fridges that are not cleaned and/or defrosted incur a $25 charge. 

Rooms that are left dirty or in disarray, including but not limited to walls, doors, furniture, leftover garbage and recycling, will result in cost recovery charges from between $25 to $100.

Missing/Damaged Furniture

The cost of missing/damaged furniture (including scratches, dents, gouges, and items missing from the room) will be settled according to charges set by furniture provider(s) or for repairs, and charged to your student account. It is also important to rearrange any furniture to their original check-in positions.

We check for damaged curtains or blinds and dismantled or damaged smoke detectors.

Residence Life will discard any personal furniture left behind and will charge the resident a minimum of $75 removal fee.

Locks & Keys

Lost or missing keys result in a $20 charge per key.

Laundry Cards 

Lost laundry cards result in a $10 charge.

Other Repairs 

Residue or marks left by tape, stickers, decals or pins result in charges starting at $25.  If painting is necessary, the cost will be decided by the contractor or by Facilities Management.

Replacement and repair costs for missing or loose flooring or tiles, holes in or missing screens, etc, will be determined by the Facilities Management.


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