Frequently Asked Questions

What is an RCR and why do I need one for my room?

For your protection, as well the College's, your Resident Assistant/House Manager completes the RCR (Room Condition Report) to check the condition of your room when you move and and again when you move out of the room. It is important that you also check each item listed on the RCR as you are responsible for the condition of everything in your room. Review the RCR prior to moving in and note any discrepancies that you see. Please note all existing conditions and date them when you move in to avoid charges at the end of the year. Changes in the checkout condition of the RCR result in charges to your student account.

If there are items that need repair when you you move in or at any time during the year, please complete a Facilities Work Request at go.carleton.edu/wk_order.

See the Room Check Procedures for specifics.

  • 15 July 2009
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