Requests are due by Reading/Study Day
The University of Evansville can provide campus housing during the winter break for residents who are not able to go home for winter break or must remain on campus for participation official university functions.
Students staying in winter housing will be housed in one residence hall and will not have access to their regular room for the duration of winter break. As all other residence halls are closed it is important to take anything needed over winter break.
The winter housing room rate is $400 for the duration of break, regardless of time stayed. Winter housing is available from Friday, December 14, 2018 at noon — Friday, January 11, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.
All approved students must move to their winter housing assignment before Friday, December 14, 2018 at noon.
Students must move back into their spring housing assignment on Friday, January 11, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.
Note: The Residence Halls officially close at noon on Friday, December 14, 2018 at noon; all exterior door locks will be changed at that time. You can apply for a 1 day extended stay request until noon Saturday, December 15, 2018.
Students living in the Village properties may be eligible to stay in their housing units over Winter Break (December 14, 2018 — January 11, 2019) without charge.
If you plan to stay in your Village housing unit over Winter Break, we ask that you please provide us with information about your stay. This information is helpful in case of emergency as well as planning.
All University dining locations will be closed for winter break. Students will need to provide their own meals during winter break.
Policies and Procedures
As a condition of this contract, the resident agrees to be aware of and abide by all rules of conduct as outlined in the Student Handbook. The resident agrees to maintain a proper standard of behavior and not disrupt the residential community.
The University reserves the right to cancel your winter housing contract for academic failure, non-payment for services, breach of contract, criminal behavior, or violations of rules of conduct and/or housing regulations as outlined in the Student Handbook.
Violations of the terms of this contract or of any of the rules and regulations outlined in the Student Handbook will be normally handled through the campus judicial system. However, the University reserves the right to treat such violations as a breach of contract. Further, residents dismissed from University housing or from the University for academic or disciplinary reasons are not entitled to a refund.
Liability for Loss of or Damage to Personal Property
The University of Evansville and the Office of Residence Life assume no responsibility for theft, damage or loss of money, valuables, food stuffs or personal belongings of any student or guest. No personal property insurance is available through the University. Students should check with their families to determine the extent of coverage, if any, under existing insurance policies or purchase independent personal property insurance.