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Housing & Residence Life: Policies & Forms

Please read the following information carefully.  As a community member, it is your responsibility to be familiar with policies, guidelines, forms, and waivers associated with residential living while staying in campus housing. Refer to your signed housing contract for details.

Policies & Guidelines

Residential Community Guide
Complete listing of housing rules and policies. See also the Office of Student Integrity for more information on Armstrong conduct expectations and guidelines.
Resident Hurricane Evacuation Information
Your evacuation information in the event of a hurricane. 
Publicity Posting and Programming Guidelines for the Residence Halls
Your guide for posting and use of residential facilities.
Copyright, Piracy and File Sharing
Your overview of inappropriate file sharing and piracy. Residents are expected to comply with the University's rules and regulations regarding internet usage.


Cancellation and Intent to Vacate Form
Notify housing of your intent to cancel a current or upcoming housing assignment and to request a waiver of the cancellation fee.

Request for Exemption Form
Your request to exempt the First-Year Live-on Requirement due to extenuating circumstances.

Room Change Request Form
Your request to change rooms. Be advised that room changes are only automatic during the "open room change" period. All other room change requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis.
Windward Commons Room Change Request Form (students currently living in Windward)
Apartment Communities Room Change Request Form (students currently living in an Apartment)

Meal Plan Change Request Form
Change your meal plan for the upcoming term here. Be advised that meal plans cannot be reduced after the first week of each term, but they can always be increased.

Student of Concern (BAT) Referral Form
Have a concern about a student and/or their behavior? Report it here.

Bias Incident or Hate Crime Report Form
This report will be sent directly to the Director of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion at Armstrong State University for follow up.

Housing Agreement for Minor Students
This form is for students who will be remain under age 18 after their initial move-in to housing. For academic year 2018-2019, this pertains to any student who is not18 years of age. The form must be printed, signed by both student and legal guardian, and returned to housing along with the completion of the online housing application and application fee submission.


Full Time Enrollment Status Waiver
Your request to remain in campus housing while taking fewer than 9 credit hours in the fall or spring (3 credit hours summer).


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