Medical Dental Apartment Policies

Medical Dental Apartments are twelve-month license agreement apartments. Residents in these apartments are responsible for reading and understanding all information contained in the following policies as well as in the general Assignment Policies. Questions regarding these policies should be directed to the Campus Housing Office in Stevenson Hall.

Bedroom Occupancy

The fire code requires that each bedroom in Medical-Dental Apartments should hold no more than two adults and one child. Individuals with children will be assigned to the Medical-Dental Apartments.


Apartment licenses are binding for one year (May 1 – May 1).  For information regarding cancellation, please review the Cancellation Policy

Change in Marital Status

When spouses become separated or divorced, it is the responsibility of the resident to notify the Campus Housing Office that a spouse is no longer a resident of their apartment and that the housing agreement should be changed.  If the staff become aware of such a change in status from some other source and confirm that information with the resident, the same procedure should occur.  Building staff need to be notified by the Housing staff person receiving the information, so that access is denied should the spouse, who is no longer a resident, request admittance.  Whenever a staff person is in doubt of the status of a married couple, he/she should contact the resident before allowing anyone entrance into an apartment.  If the resident is not available, check with the apartment manager or the Housing Office.

Change of Address

Each time a resident moves (including changing apartments and moving out), a change of address form must be completed and sent to the US Post Office.  Forms are available online on the United States Postal Service website.


Staff will enter apartments to fix reported repairs and for regular maintenance.  Signs will be posted to alert you to these entries when possible.  Your apartment will be entered even if you are not there.  If you are concerned that you may not hear a knock and be walked in on, use the door chain to lock your door.   Remember, however, that we must be able to enter your apartment for our regular maintenance routines.  You will be contacted if chaining your door prevents this on a regular basis.

Recreation Room Use

The recreation room is located in the basement of the building. It is a large, non-smoking area for residential use. The room contains a ping pong table, seating, and space for gatherings. The room may be used for activities such as meetings, building programs, presentations, studying, or celebrations. The residents may reserve the room for a private event after 5pm Monday – Friday or anytime during the day over a weekend.

To reserve the room, contact the building manager at least 7 days in advance via email. Please be aware of the following rules:

  • Alcoholic beverages are not allowed.
  • Smoking is not allowed.
  • Decorations cannot be hung from pipes.
  • The are must be cleaned after your event. If furniture is moved, it must be moved back to it’s original place.
  • No food may be left in the area.
  • Noise level must be kept at an acceptable level so that it cannot be heard on the upper floors.
  • All guests must be escorted in and out of the building by the resident.

To use the ping pong table equipment, follow the check-out procedure set for the building at the front desk. Equipment must be returned to the front desk no later than midnight.

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