NOTE: Current Spring 2013 residents who have a Summer A assignment AND have paid or deferred their Summer A 2013 rent may request to live on campus in Osprey Fountains during Summer Intersession (April 26 - May 8, 2013). For more information and to request Summer Intersession Housing please visit Summer Intersession.
*FSCJ students residing on-campus during Spring 2013 can request an extension to remain on-campus until their FSCJ final exam period ends. Extension requests must be received by 5pm Friday, April 19, 2013. Documentaion is required and extensions are not automatic.
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Microwaves, furniture, refrigerators, books, etc.
Option 1: Express Check-out (April 17 – April 26, 2013)
Express Check-out allows a resident the convenience of checking out at any time without the need to meet with a Resident Assistant.
For Express Check-out, follow these steps:
NOTE: Your room will be inspected by a staff member after you leave. Please note, residents choosing Express Check-out agree to pay for all charges associated with damage, cleaning and/or missing furniture, including common area charges shared with a roommate(s).
Option 2: Regular Check-out (April 22-April 26, 2013)
Regular Check-out requires you to schedule a specific appointment time (at least 24 hours in advance) to have your room inspected by a Resident Assistant after you have removed all of your belongings.
For Regular Check-out, follow these steps:
NOTE: Housing and Residence Life reserves the right to reassess the room/suite/apartment after preliminary inspection by the Resident Assistant and re-adjust charges if necessary.
SUMMARY OF POTENTIAL CLEANING & DAMAGE CHARGES
Improper Check-out - $40.00
NOTE: This summary listing does not constitute a complete list of potential charges.
Students not living on-campus for Summer A 2013 must arrange to have all personal mail and packages sent directly to their off campus address/point of contact. This includes, but is not limited to notifying family, friends, financial institutions (banks, credit card companies, phone companies, etc.) and magazine/periodical publishers of your new off-campus address.
The Department of Housing and Residence Life will continue to deliver mail to all Spring 2013 mailboxes until Friday, May 3, 2013. After that date only mail for Summer A residents will be delivered to on-campus mailboxes.
After Friday, May 3, 2013 all unclaimed first-class mail and packages for individuals not living on-campus for Summer A 2013 will be stamped "Return to Sender". Please note that non-first class mail cannot be returned to sender and will be discarded. Housing & Residence Life will not hold or forward any unclaimed mail.
On or after April 15, 2013, sign up for a check-out option with your Resident Assistant. All check-out appointments must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
If damage or cleaning issues exist in your room you must utilize the Regular Check-out option. Do not use Express Check-out.
Clean room and remove all of your belongings before you check-out. This includes: shelves, concrete blocks, carpet, posters, furniture, closet items, etc. Specific cleaning standards will be e-mailed to your UNF e-mail account.
Clean all common areas (kitchen, living room, bathroom(s), vanity sink(s), etc.) These areas must be cleaned by the time the FIRST resident in your room, suite or apartment checks out. These areas must remain clean throughout the check-out period. Otherwise, your check-out may be delayed and/or result in cleaning charges.
Close and lock all windows, close blinds, turn off all lights, adjust thermostat to approximately 75 degrees, if applicable.
Check the room, suite or apartment carefully before you leave. Once you return the key you will not be permitted back into the unit.
Place all aluminum cans, water bottles, magazines, paper, newspapers, Clean 1 & 2 plastics and cardboard boxes in a nearby recycling dumpster. Place all non-recyclable items in a nearby trash dumpster.
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