101 Neptune East
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL 60115
Phone: (815) 753-1525
Housing & Dining tries its best to make accommodations for any special needs that residents may have. Listed below are the most common concerns. If you have issues not addressed below, please contact us at 815-753-1525 or email email@example.com.
Students with special needs may apply for an early move-in time. There is a charge of $50 per day. The process you will need to follow to request early arrival is posted here.
The standard housing contract does not cover official University vacation periods (between semesters). The residence halls are closed, meals are not served, and students may not be in residence during University closure periods (such as Winter Break) unless they live in one of the halls designated for break housing and have separately contracted for these periods. Students will have the opportunity to sign Break Contracts for Winter Break for an additional fee if they want to remain in the residence hall.
Halls with a Winter Break housing option for 2012-2013 are Neptune West, Douglas B Wing and New Hall West.
You may not remain in the residence halls beyond the specified closing time nor enter the residence halls at any time prior to the scheduled opening during these break periods without a Break contract.
All residence hall doors are locked over breaks. Door locks will only be able to be activated by the OneCards of students with Break Housing Contracts.
Be sure to take all needed personal possessions with you during break periods. Hall staff members are not available to take residents without contracts to their rooms to get things they may have forgotten.
Resident mail is not forwarded over Winter Break.
All residence halls are open during Spring Break, but all dining units are closed during Spring Break.
With the exception of students graduating that semester, residents must vacate the residence halls each semester within 24 hours after their last examination or by 10 a.m. on the day following the last scheduled day of examinations (whichever comes first). If a student needs an extension to stay beyond the 24-hour deadline, they should contact their hall director.
Housing & Dining reserves the right to have students leave the residence hall one hour after their final examinations are completed if their conduct has been determined to be disruptive by the Complex Coordinator or his/her designee during or around finals week . Students who repeat disruptive behavior, or who do not promptly stop disruptive behavior when asked to by hall staff or police officers, may be required to immediately vacate the hall and not return for the remainder of exam week.