Move Out Logistics
Graduate College and Annexes
Your room will be inspected by Housing staff for condition and general maintenenace needs.
The General Rule
Your room should be returned to the condition you found it at Move In. You will not be charged for normal wear and tear, holes in the wall the size of a pencil or smaller, larger plaster chips around holes caused from weak or poor plaster, or bike scuff marks left near bike hooks.
To Avoid A Fine Or Charge
The Before You Go Check List specifies your responsibility for cleaning and "closing up" your room, removing your property, and making sure that all furniture contained in your room at Move In is in place.
Rooms Left In Extraordinarily Poor Condition
If your room requires excessive cleaning and/or repair to rehabilitate it, you will incur the following penalties.
- A fine of $300.00 per resident.
- A charge to all occupants for the cleaning, maintenance, and purchases required to return the room to its original state.
- Disciplinary action as decided by the appropriate disciplinary body.
Wall Repair and Painting
Please do not spackle or patch any holes or paint any part of your room. You will be liable for the repainting and repair charges incurred as the result of such actions. (See Dormitory Room Painting Fines)
Non-University Items Left In Your Room
Any non-University items left in your room after your vacate deadline will be considered abandoned and you will be charged the cost of disposal.
You are responsible for any room damage caused by the construction or removal of a loft. If ownership of the loft can't be determined, the repair cost will be divided among all residents of the room or suite.
All University furniture found in your room at Move In must be in your room at the time of check out. You will be charged full replacement cost for any missing item(s).
Garbage and Recycling
You are responsible for placing garbage and recycling items into the dumpsters provided. Please do not leave garbage and recycling items in the hallway or in your room.