- GRADUATE STUDIES
- STUDENT LIFE
Franklin Pierce University is a residential university committed to education both inside and outside the classroom. We believe that living in the residence facilities is a valuable component of the total educational and developmental experience of being a student. Furthermore, campus living contributes to the sense of community, which makes Franklin Pierce University the kind of institution it is today - a community of learners. Due to these institutional commitments, a student is required to reside in facilities and is encouraged to become an active participant in campus life.
All students living in residential facilities must agree to the following:
1. As a student at Franklin Pierce University, I am responsible for room and meal plan fees as stated by the University. I also must be financially clear and deposited.
2. If residing in any of the first-year or sophomore housing areas, I must participate in a meal plan.
3. I must comply with all rules and regulations, and with terms and conditions governing residency, as published in the Student Handbook, Academic Catalog, Student Code of Conduct and other University documents.
4. The Department of Residential Life reserves the right to refuse the application for any room, cancel this contract, or require me to move whenever the best interest of the University requires such action or if I failed to meet the conditions described.
5. If I leave my residence in an unacceptable condition the Department of Residential Life has the right to charge me for any excessive cleaning and/or damages as well as change my residence.
6. The University is not responsible for damages or theft to personal belongings. As such, we strongly encourage students to carry insurance through their parent’s homeowner policy or through another carrier.
7. This contract is for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Information on your specific room and roommate(s) will be emailed to your Franklin Pierce email account by August 1st for new fall semester students or January 10th for new spring semester students.