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Agreement Period and Payment - This agreement, unless otherwise provided shall be binding for the full remaining portion of the academic year and does not include the summer term. If at anytime the student ceases to be enrolled at Bethel University, this agreement shall be automatically and immediately terminated
Security Deposits - As a courtesy to the returning students, the deposit will be help over to hold your room assignment for the following year. The security deposit is returned upon graduation or at the close of the agreed upon term if the student meets all agreement requirements, cleans the room, properly checks out of the room in person, and vacates the room no later than 24 hours after the last exam or commencement exercise. Dismissal or expulsion of the student from the University will result in the forfeiture of the security deposit. Violations of any provision of this agreement will result in security deposit forfeiture.
Housing Agreement Cancellation - Cancellation of the agreement within the time frame of a term will follow the University Withdrawal dates. The University reserves the right to cancel this agreement for violation of any provisions of this agreement. The student will be charged by the University for the time he/she has occupied his/her room assignment (to include pre season camps). The University shall change my room assignment, my roommate, or room classification should a need occur in any of these areas.
Occupancy - This agreement secures space in the University housing. The University reserves the right to change the housing assignment at any time or for any reason in the sole discretion of the University. Student will not change room assignment or roommate without prior or proper consent from the Director of Residence Life. Residence life has the right to assign students to any vacancy in the University housing. This agreement and stated room rental does not cover housing during Christmas and summer break, campus is officially closed during these periods. Student entry into the on-campus rooms without the written permission of the Director of Housing will be considered breaking and entering and/or trespassing and be subject to legal prosecution. Room assignment will run through the entire academic year. Student will be required to to move out all belongings during the semester break.
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Damages - This University is not responsible for the loss or damage of personal property from any cause. The University recommends that the students obtain a renters insurance policy. Student will be charged for any damage to his/her room which are beyond normal wear. In the case of unidentified damage or vandalism, all students living in the identifiable area around the damaged area will be charged equally.
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