On-Campus Apartments Documents and Forms
Once residents pay the $500 deposit, the terms of the License Agreement are in effect. Additionally, residents must agree to abide by the Student Code of Conduct and the Apartment Handbook guidelines and regulations. It is highly recommended that residents read the Apartment Handbook, as it will answer many of your questions.
Please be sure to follow the Apartment Checklist to make sure you have taken care of everything you need to do when you move into your new apartment.
Your mailbox location and number can be found in your welcome email, with your address. Our mailbox location map will show you where each of the mailboxes are located for each apartment complex.
If you have any questions, contact our Apartment Coordinator at 208-885-6573 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any damages not recorded on this inventory at the beginning of your occupancy and found when you check out can be attributed to you, so please be descriptive and thorough. After you have checked your apartment, please return this form to the information desk located in Housing’s Living Learning Community building #2. Please do this within 72 hours of your check in. If there are items needing repair at any time during your stay, please submit a service request.
Link to form: Apartment Move-In Condition Form
The Cleaning and Damage Charge Dispute Form form can be used if you have a charge after check-out that you need to dispute. Residents have 30 days from the date of their check-out to submit a charge dispute.
Residents are required to complete an Intent to Vacate form 60 days prior to moving out. A $100 fee applies if less than 60 days notice is given.
Be sure to read through and become familiar with our University Apartment Guidebook. The Guidebook will contain all of the information you need to know about making your apartment your home.