Housing Contract Responsibilities
The JMU Residential Contract is a legally binding agreement between the student and the university. The contract commits a student to university-sponsored housing for one academic year consisting of both fall and spring semesters. Specific items and conditions are outlined in the contract, and students should review them carefully.
A student moving out of his or her assigned residence hall room prior to the end of the academic year does not constitute a cancellation of the JMU Residential Contract.
Students must submit requests for release from the contract to the Associate Director of Residence Life, University Housing. Students cannot make commitments for other living arrangements until Residence Life grants the contract release. Granting a release is not automatic. If a release is granted, charges may be assessed based upon the refund schedule outlined in the JMU Residential Contract.
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