End of Semester Information for Apartments
Important End of Term Information
Residents of Chamisa, Cervantes and Vista del Monte have signed an agreement for housing which extends for the entire academic year. Housing in these areas does not close over the Winter Break and residents may remain in their apartments during this time. Please note that limited dining options are available during Winter Break – Saturday, December 15th, 2012 through Sunday, January 13th, 2013.
TO REMAIN IN YOUR SAME SPACE FOR SPRING 2013:
As a current resident, your housing agreement provides you with services through the end of the academic year. To have everything remain the same from fall to spring, you need not do anything at all. Your current assignment will continue automatically. Charges will be assessed to your student account during the spring pre-registration process for your current level of service.
TO MOVE TO A DIFFERENT SPACE:
If you're interested in moving to a different space within campus housing for the spring term, a transfer process will be held right after Thanksgiving break. Open space for will be offered for transfer on a first-come, first-served basis. More details will be sent via e-mail before Thanksgiving break.
IF YOU ARE NOT RETURNING TO NMSU FOR SPRING 2013:
If you are graduating, going on co-op or Student Exchange, returning to your home school from Student Exchange, or not attending NMSU for the Spring of 2013 for other reasons, it is necessary for you to formally request termination of the spring portion of your housing agreement. To do this, stop by the Central Housing Office and complete a termination form. Be sure to bring confirmation of your situation (such as the co-op letter or graduation documentation). Termination requests for SP13 are being accepted now through the end of the fall term. An approved spring termination requires move-out at the end of the fall term.
MOVING OUT AT SEMESTER:
Because your housing agreement runs until May, moving out at the end of the fall term is not an option for most residents. If you feel there are extenuating circumstances which would warrant termination of your agreement, stop by the central Housing Office, pick up a copy of our License Agreement Termination Process, and follow the instructions provided. Submission of a request does not guarantee release from the financial obligations associated with the housing agreement. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. It is important that you NOT make other housing arrangements until you have been formally released from your current campus housing obligations. Students who move out without authorization may be held financially responsible for the full term of the agreement. Termination requests are being accepted now through the end of the fall term.
Our apartment communities remain open during the break between fall and spring semester. As an apartment resident, you are free to come and go as you please during this period of time. University offices will be closed for the break from December 24 through January 1. Regular business hours will resume on Wednesday, January 2.
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the central Housing Office at 575-646-3202.
FROM UNIVERSITY ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE:
For students planning to register for the spring 2013 semester, please make sure all payments and other financial arrangements for Fall 2012 as well as previous semester balances have been completed to avoid registration holds and possible course cancellation. If you have questions or concerns, please visit the University Accounts Receivable Office in the Educational Services Building prior to registration.
- NMSU Department of Housing and Residential Life
- Phone: 575 646-3202 Fax: 575 646-7811
- Educational Services Center, Suite H
- Housing and Residential Life, MSC 3BB / P.O. Box 30001, Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001