In accordance with the 2020-2021 housing licensing agreement agreeing: « If the university concludes campuses and closes your licensing agreement due to health and safety emergencies, the university will offer fair and reasonable reimbursements to affected students, if any, based on the information available at that time. » « According to a statement that was published on March 16 on the site, my interpretation is that) ASU highly recommended that students do not return to the campus apartment and said it. » University housing will remain open to those who need to stay, « and it initially seemed that the ASU would order students not to return, » Mann said. The last thing ASU is saying now is that they might consider a refund in the future. On August 31, the university entered Residence 3 mode to limit the spread of COVID-19 on campus, which aims to « break down more vulnerable residential configurations with communal baths and housing situations, » according to the ASU`s covid-19 management website. At the time, there were 775 active COVID-19 cases among ASU students, including 323 on the Tempe campus. Our office in El Portal (501 N. Highland Ave.) is closed until January 8, 2021. Appointments are available online and by phone Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Arizona time). Please contact us at (520) 621-6501 or firstname.lastname@example.org. University Housing OfficeHassayampa Academic Village, Building F (Mesquite Hall), 2nd Floor Phone: 480-965-3515 Fax: 480-965-1534 E-mail: email@example.com the university offers, encourages or requires students to evacuate residences on the recommendation, recommendation or request of federal, regional and/or municipal authorities, the university may define ARA requirements and processes in response to these circumstances.
The university will determine, if any, the amount of accommodation and meal adjustments, credits or reimbursements. The university may extend the deadline for such adjustments, credits or repayments, even beyond the normal deadline. The license agreement is required on its terms at the time of approval. However, from a financial point of view, only the provisions regarding housing costs, rents and late cancellation fees (if any) are effective before you arrive on campus and move into your home.