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Residential Life Forms and Docs

PDF Document 2017 Housing Selection Process
PDF of Webinar regarding Housing Selection Instructions
PDF Document Beyond Belief Theme Program Guide
PDF Document Community Living Standards
The Community Living Standards are a legally binding adjunct to the Housing Agreement. You are equally responsible for complying with the rules, policies, and regulations that appear here as you are for those directly printed on the Housing Agreement. This document was last revised in November 2016.
PDF Document Conference Group Reservation Form
This form should be used by groups who wish to utilize on-campus housing.
PDF Document Guest Policies and Procedures
The Office of Conference and Guest Services at North Carolina Central University has established the following conference guest policies and procedures to help ensure personal safety and the protection of property.
PDF Document Housing Agreement 2018-2019
PDF Document Individual Guest Reservation Form
Use this form if you are planning to stay in University Housing after your first year orientation session or if you are making a single reservation as part of a larger group.
PDF Document Kaleidoscope Theme Program Guide
PDF Document Move-In Guide 2016
This Move-In Guide will help you prepare to move to your Eagle home on campus. Once you arrive, you will quickly realize that living on campus is more than a place to sleep and study.
PDF Document Roommate Agreement
2017-2018 Roommate/Suitemate Agreement for Residential Students
PDF Document SOAR (New Student) Presentation 2017
Res Life presentation for SOAR 2017
PDF Document Standard Charges for Damages
This document contains a list of charges for damages in all residence halls. This list is for reference purposes and not all inclusive.
NCCU complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in all programs and activities (including sexual harassment and sexual violence) in the University's educational programs and activities. For additional resources or to file a Title IX complaint, visit the NCCU's Title IX webpage.
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