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THE HOUSING AGREEMENT – Once a student has completed his or her Housing Agreement and has been confirmed for an on-campus space, he or she has entered into a legally binding financial commitment with the Department of Housing Services and DePaul University.

AGREEMENT LENGTH – The term of the Housing Agreement extends over the autumn, winter and spring quarters, or remaining portion thereof, beginning September 3, 2011. This agreement will terminate 24 hours after the resident’s last spring-quarter final examination or on the last day of the spring quarter, whichever comes first. Any residents not checked in to their assigned space or who have not accessed their space within 48 hours after the opening of the halls for each quarter may be reassigned to another space, unless prior notification and approval have been arranged through Housing Services.

ASSIGNMENTS – Assignments are made by Housing Services, and all published rates are based on full occupancy of each room, suite or apartment, which ranges from one to eight residents.

WINTER BREAK HOUSING – For the entire winter break period (November 24, 2011 through December 31, 2011), residents of Centennial Hall, McCabe Hall, Sanctuary Hall, Sanctuary Townhomes, Sheffield Square Apartments and the Vincent and Louise House are allowed to remain on campus; winter break housing is included for these buildings.

Students living in Belden-Racine Hall, Clifton-Fullerton Hall, Corcoran Hall, Munroe Hall, Seton Hall, and University Hall are required to vacate their rooms 24 hours after their last final exam for the autumn quarter, or by noon the last day of the autumn quarter (by noon on Wednesday, November 23, 2011), whichever comes first. (Please see below for special December Intersession agreements available for residents.) At the end of the autumn quarter, residents who will be returning for the winter quarter may leave their belongings in their room and take their key home. However, once the residence halls are closed, at the conclusion of the autumn quarter, residents will not

be able to access their room until the halls reopen for the winter quarter.

DECEMBER INTERSESSION – During the December Intersession period (November 23, 2011, until 5p.m., December 16, 2011), Belden-Racine Hall residents who have completed a December Intersession Agreement may request to remain in Belden-Racine for the intersession period. Students who require December Intersession housing and who are not currently living in Belden-Racine Hall or another hall that remains open through winter break must complete a December Intersession agreement with Housing Services no later than October 31, 2011. Contact Housing Services for rates. Housing Services will attempt to accommodate requests for December Intersession housing in Belden-Racine Hall for residents of other halls as space permits. Belden-Racine Hall will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, December 16, 2011, for all intersession residents.

WINTER QUARTER MOVE-IN – Residents may return to campus housing beginning at 9 a.m. on Sunday, January 1, 2012.

SPRING QUARTER MOVE-OUT – Residents must check out within 24 hours of their last final exam, or by noon on Saturday, June 9, 2012, whichever comes first. Residents who may need to stay in their rooms beyond the traditional end date of the spring quarter because they are participating in graduation ceremonies must notify the Department of Housing Services of this need in writing at least two weeks prior to graduation. Graduating seniors will be allowed to check out of their space no later than noon on Monday, June 11, 2012. Residents who are assigned a space for summer housing will be required to transition to their summer assignment between 5 p.m., Monday, June 11, 2012 and 5 p.m., Tuesday, June 12, 2012.

SUMMER QUARTER – Residents who wish to stay for the summer quarter must complete a separate Summer Housing agreement. Summer agreements will be available Monday, April 2, 2012. Summer quarter residents must



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