Calhoun Lofts housing agreement to change

Students who reside in or plan to move to Calhoun Lofts will see a change in their housing agreement to one more similar to a residence hall agreement in the 2012-2013 school year, said the executive director of residential life and housing.

“In the past we have had a more active guest-housing program out of the Calhoun Lofts,” said Don Yackley, the executive director, in an e-mail. “We have tried to re-focus on serving students primarily.”

Yackley said there will be perks to the new agreement.

“Students… will see some financial  benefits such as the removal of a Calhoun Lofts transfer fee, provisions to cancel your agreement if you graduate and starting in August, all utilities will be included in the housing fees.”

The agreement is still a work-in-progress, and Yackley said it will be shared with residents in the next few weeks. He said there are not plans to change staffing structure or services.

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  • I was forced to sign the same housing agreement as all other residence hall students when I moved into the Lofts. Were other people not required to do this?

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