Housing Damage Appeal Form
- Spring Break Housing (178 KB PDF Document)17 January 2013Applications are due by 4pm Monday, March 4th to the Office of Residential Life, Sevy G10.
- Winter Break Housing (249 KB PDF Document)13 August 2012The application for the Winter Break 2012 is now available. Deadline to register is October 29th.
- A Guide to Social Event Registration for Students (154 KB PDF Document)16 September 2008An all inclusive guide to registering and hosting an event at Carleton. Social Event Registration forms need to be completed an filed in the appropriate office. You must meet with the Director Campus Activities/Hall Director or his/her designee (depending on the facility you have requested) at least 48 hours prior to the event. Signatures must be obtained by noon on Thursday for weekend events.
- Security Response Protocol for Social Events (9 KB PDF Document)12 September 2008As a sponsor of an event, the Office of Residential Life understands that your goal is to provide an enjoyable social event for your guests. We also want your guests to enjoy themselves and believe that to ensure success of your event the responsibilities of sponsor should be taken seriously. We remind you of your obligation to the health and safety of your guests, as well as the rights of other nearby residents. Your desire to have fun should not interfere with the rights of others to engage in other activities such as sleep or study nor violate College policy. We ask that you fulfill your obligations as a sponsor.
- Draw In Form (321 KB PDF Document)25 January 2013This form is used by students with vacancies in their rooms to fill the openings. The resident of the room and the student or proxy of the student moving in must sign the form agreeing to the move in.
- Co-Ed Housing Agreement (369 KB PDF Document)15 April 2012The agreement provides specific guidelines related to residing in a co-ed room.
- Quiet Area Agreement (11 KB PDF Document)Quiet Areas are defined as locations where noise is expected to be contained within student rooms 24 hours a day. Although no area can be completely free of noise, noise levels are to be kept at a minimum. Due to the nature of this living area, only small, private events where all noise and activities are contained within residents’ rooms are permitted.
- Substance Free Agreement (11 KB PDF Document)12 April 2012Substance-Free Areas are those designated as a place free of alcohol, tobacco or any illegal drugs.
- Northfield Option Guidelines/Agreement (19 KB PDF Document)15 January 2013Specific guidelines and an agreement for students approved for Northfield Option.
- Meal Plan Exemption Request (197 KB PDF Document)If you have special dietary restrictions that you believe prohibit eating in the dining halls, please submit this form and the documentation requested to Residential Life prior to the fifth day of the term for which you are requesting an exemption. This provides time to review your request prior to the start of the term. We cannot accept any requests after the first day of classes for that same term. Please see the Meal Plan Exemption Request form for more information.
- Medical Documentation for Meal Plan Exemptions (50 KB PDF Document)In order to ensure the provision of reasonable and appropriate accommodations and services, current and comprehensive documentation is required. It should be submitted with professional letterhead and the qualifications of the examiner provided. A decision will not be made without proper documentation. Please note that special requests must be requested and approved annually.
- Housing Accommodation Request (151 KB PDF Document)There are limited housing spaces available for accommodations and priority will be given to individuals who are eligible to receive accommodations under Section 504 or the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Under the ADA, individuals must document the impact of their disability on major life activities. For example, individuals experiencing vision, physical and hearing impairment, neurological impairments, chronic life threatening systemic disabilities such as cancer, HIV, or Epstein Barr and/or traumatic brain injuries are eligible for academic and physical accommodations. All disabilities and medical history pertaining to the disability must be documented by a licensed and board certified medical provider with competence and expertise in the area of diagnosis. Special housing accommodations are not standard academic accommodations. Submit a Housing Accommodation Request along with the supporting documentation described in the following paragraph. In order to determine if special housing is a reasonable accommodation, we must receive detailed documentation of the correlations of your academic and cognitive deficits with the need for special housing that either cannot be secured through the Room Draw process or completed after a room has been drawn. Medical Documentation for Housing must be submitted to support your request. Please note that special requests must be requested and approved annually.
- Medical Documentation for Housing (75 KB PDF Document)In order to ensure the provision of reasonable and appropriate accommodations and services, current and comprehensive documentation is required. This form should be submitted with professional letterhead and qualifications of the examiner provided. A decision on housing and meal plan accommodations can not be made without proper documentation. Please note that special requests must be requested and approved annually.