(1) To be eligible to reside in University
residence halls students must be fully admitted to the University or
conditionally admitted students in a degree program at the
Graduate and Student Family Housing must be either:
(a) Married and/or a single parent (have
legal custody of a dependent); or
(b) A single graduate student.
(3) All students shall have an
equal opportunity to reside in student residence halls regardless of race,
gender, marital status, creed, color, national origin, or disability.
(4) No person who is registered, or required
to register, as a sex offender will be eligible to reside in University
(5) All students
under the age of twenty-two (22) who reside in University residence halls must
provide proof of adequate immunization against meningococcal disease as
required by state law unless they have a valid exemption.
(6) Students who fail to provide proof of
adequate immunization will not be allowed to reside in University residential
halls unless they have a valid exemption.
(7) Any exceptions to the eligibility
requirements must be approved by the Director of Residence Life or their