Residency Policy

All first-time, full-time students who reside outside of a 30-mile radius from campus are required to live in on-campus housing during their first two (2) years at Ƶ (four consecutive semesters total). If a student is commuting from home and residing with a parent(s) or legal guardian(s), they are exempt from the on-campus residency requirement.

Incoming transfer students who have had prior on-campus housing at another institution will be able to count that time towards this requirement. Incoming transfer students who are over the age of 23 prior to the start of the semester for which they are enrolling will be able to request exemption from this policy.

Abandoned Property

Any personal property such as bicycles, refrigerators, clothes, televisions and the like that are left or abandoned by a resident or their guest after a resident has moved out of university housing, or after 15 (fifteen) calendar days without contact shall be deemed abandoned, and there for the property of Ƶ. The University may use, dispose of or sell the personal property as they deem appropriate. The resident agrees to absolve and hold Ƶ harmless for any claim to the abandoned property due to the damage, destruction, disposal or sale of such personal property.

Residential Living Policies

For a full list of all residential living policies, please visit our Ƶ Student Handbook.