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FAQs - Request to stay in residence during the December 2020 Holiday Break

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Request to stay in residence during December 2020 Holiday Break 

Due November 9, 2020 at 8:00 am


Frequently Asked Questions about the December 2020 Holiday Break

If you MUST stay in residence more than 24 hours after your last exam or you are staying in residence over the December 2020 Holiday Break, you must fill in a REQUEST FORM on-line.  There is no charge to stay in Residence, provided you are approved.  Students who are returning in January 2021 may leave their belongings in their room over the holiday break.  You must be approved even if you will be in your residence room at some point throughout the holiday break.


From the date of your last exam in December until January 3, 2021 (first day you are able to return to Residence).

Do I need to fill out this on-line form to request to stay over the December 2020 Holiday Break.

Yes, you can stay in residence (with approval) but you must submit the online "Request to stay over the Holiday Break Form" and be approved.  The extension request form link is available at the bottom of this page.  *NOTE* Requests to stay over the break may be denied.

>>Request to stay over the Holiday Break<<

Yes.  On-line request must be submitted by Monday, November 9, 2020 at 8:00 am.  Any late requests will be subject to a $100 administrative fee.

Students will receive an email on or around Monday, November 16, 2020. Late requests will be processed as they are received.

Please refer to our website regarding Quiet hours under Noise Policy at  http://www.uwindsor.ca/residence/1037/residence-community-standards

During exam periods, all residences will adhere to a 23-hour quiet hour policy.  A break for 1 hour per day will be determined by the Residence Life Staff in which quiet hours may be relaxed, however, courtesy hours will still be in effect.  

Violations of the 23- hour quiet hours during the exam period may result in a $50 fine.  For the first occurrence, the fine will be $50 and will increase by $50 for each time this happens.  If you have been approved to stay in residence over the holiday break and your last exam finishes before the end of the exam period, Residence Services reserves the right to remove you from residence for the remainder of the exam period if you are found to be violating the exam noise policy.

*NO GUESTS ARE PERMITTED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE *

Please visit their website at https://www.uwindsor.ca/foodservices  for further information.

For lock outs, maintenance problems, or if you need assistance between December 23, 2020 at 4:30 pm to January 4, 2021 at 8:00 am, you can call 226-347-3462 or call Campus Community Police at extension 1234.