Vacating Before End of Term
Looking to Move Out of Residence?
Academic School Year (September - April)
If you are vacating prior to the end of your lease ending, you will be charged a contract breaking fee. Residence fees will only be pro-rated if you are vacating for one of the following reasons and provide proof:
medical reasons require it and the Resident has provided a medical certificate from University of Calgary Health Services, the family physician, medical specialist or psychiatrist stating the reasons as to why the Resident ought not to continue residing in the University of Calgary Residence;
the Resident has received co-op, practicum or study abroad placement;
voluntary or required withdrawal of registration from the University of Calgary;
completion of research/program, or complete graduate program, where the Resident has provided proper documentation from the University of Calgary Admissions or faculty;
Spring/Summer (May - August)
The Resident may terminate their Agreement completing the vacating notice below. The Termination Notice must be submitted by the first day of the month prior to the month wishing to vacate.
When vacating residence the tenant’s residence fees will be charged to the end of the month that the student vacates their assigned unit/room
The Resident may terminate this Agreement upon 5 days written notice due to medical reasons, where the Resident has provided a medical certificate from University of Calgary Health Services, the family physician, medical specialist or psychiatrist stating that the Resident ought not to continue residing in the University of Calgary Residence.
You must fill out a vacating notice request form. This can be found in your Resident Portal under Forms
Moving Out Without Notice
If you vacate residence during the term of the contract without completing the appropriate paperwork you are subject to fees for the duration of the lease.