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CONVERTED HOUSING – When demand for campus housing exceeds supply, some confirmed students may be assigned to Converted Housing. Converted Housing spaces are standard residential rooms that have been converted from a standard double or a super-double room to a triple room, or from a standard triple room to a quad room. Residents who are assigned to a Converted Housing room are considered permanent residents of that room and have equal rights within the room.


All residents who are assigned to a Converted Housing room are expected to comply with the Housing Agreement’s Terms and Conditions and the Housing Agreement. Converted Housing residents will not be required to move during the academic year. Should a resident of a Converted Housing room request a move to a standard room, his or her request will be processed ahead of regular room change requests as space permits.


Converted Housing residents will be issued a credit with the following standards:


• A 20 percent credit will be issued on room charges to all Converted Housing residents for the time


period in which there are additional residents occupying the space.


• Credits will be issued at the end of each quarter.


• Credits are only valid on room charges; meal plans remain at full charge.


Should a Converted Housing resident choose to request a room change and receive a new assignment, additional furniture will be removed from the converted space as quickly as possible. Residents will be provided with notification of a date for the extra furniture to be removed from the room by Housing Services staff. Residents may not place furniture outside of the room. In order to expedite the process of removing furniture, residents should remove personal items from the lofted bed, the wardrobe and the desk. Requests to keep the temporary lofted bed cannot be accommodated. (See the Residence Hall Council section on page 7 for information on rental lofts.)


CONVERTED HOUSING SUITEMATES – Suitemates who share an adjoining bathroom to a Converted Housing room will not be considered Converted Housing residents and will not be issued a 20 percent credit for sharing the bathroom with one additional suitemate.


TEMPORARY SPACES – Similar to Converted Housing, if demand for campus housing exceeds supply, some confirmed students may be assigned to temporary rooms. Temporary rooms are study lounges located within the residential halls that have been refurnished into one or two-person residential rooms. These rooms are fully furnished and are private and secure from the main floor, similar to a standard residential room. When a permanent room becomes available for a resident of a temporary room he or she will be notified and required to move. Once a temporary room is completely vacated, the space will revert back to its original study lounge setting.


Students who are assigned to a temporary room are considered regular residents of the assigned room and are expected to comply with the Housing Agreement’s Terms and Conditions. These residents will be required to move during the academic year, generally during the first few weeks of autumn quarter. When a permanent room becomes available for a resident of a temporary room, Housing Services will notify the resident in a timely manner, typically 48 hours. The notification will include the new permanent assignment, new roommates, their contact information and details on the moving process. Roommates of the new assignment will also be notified to expect their new roommate. Once notified, the resident of the temporary room will be required to move within the time period listed in the notification.


Temporary Space residents will be issued a credit with the following standards:


• A 20 percent credit will be given on room charges to all Temporary Space residents for the time period he


or she occupies that space. • Credits will be issued at the end of each quarter.


• Credits are only valid on room charges; dining plans remain at full charge.


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