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Policies, Procedures, Contracts, and Forms
Student Housing Handbook 2013-2014
Student Housing License Agreement 2013-2014
Meningococcal Acknowledgement Form
Under 18 Addendum
Housing Payment Schedule and Cost
Below is the payment schedule and cost per academic year.
Early Start Housing is $250 per two week session
Housing Payment Plan Application Form
Cancellation Policy and Form
Student Authorization to Release Information Form
Overnight Guest Registration and Roommate Approval of Overnight Guest
All Guests visiting CSUB Housing MUST be registered.
For the safety of our residents, all overnight guests are required to be registered through our online registration process. Any guests that are unescorted by a current resident or that are unregistered will be asked to leave. Failure to comply with this request could result in University Police involvement.
Residents that wish to register an overnight guest must complete the online registration form as well as receive approval from their roommate to have the guest stay over.
CSUB Housing Guest Policy:
This visitation policy is designed with the safety and consideration of our community members and property in mind. In addition, these policies are dictated by California law in Title V of the California Code of Regulations. Residents are permitted to host guests as long as the rights and privacy of the other persons living in the room and residential halls are taken into consideration. The definition of a guest is any person who does not hold a Housing license agreement for a bed space within on-campus housing for that particular unit. An overnight guest is defined as any person, including a visitor but other than a licensee, who is permitted by a licensee, the President of the university or her designee to make use of any housing facility after 1:00AM. Consequences to violating this policy include a judicial hearing and judicial fine of up to $30 per night of violations. The following is a list of policy guidelines for hosting guests:
a. Roommates must give their approval before a guest may be hosted in the unit. In cases where roommates cannot agree, the right of a person to occupy her/his room/apartment without the presence of a guest must take precedence over the right of a roommate to host guests.
b. No resident is authorized to extend residency to their guests or other students and/or authorize visitation beyond five nights per 30-day period.
c. Residents are responsible for the guest’s conduct at all times and any damages incurred by that guest. All guests must comply with all University and Student Housing policies. Guests may be asked by University staff to provide identification or leave the premises at any time. The guest must comply.
d. A guest must be accompanied by their host at all times. Guests are not permitted to be unescorted and may not be left unattended in the host’s room or within the community.
e. Advertising for open parties or gatherings is not permitted under any circumstance.
Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)
Confidentiality of Student Records
California State University campuses comply with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) and its regulations. Each CSU campus shall maintain appropriate confidential records identifying students with disabilities. Information in these records shall include the student’s name, address, social security number, nature of disability, support services recommended, and verifying statement by the director of disabled student services or designee, or documentation provided by the student. The confidential records will be protected in accordance with FERPA regulations with the purpose of providing appropriate academic accommodations to the student. Information about the student may be released with the student’s consent or in accordance with FERPA or other applicable legislation.
For more information on FERPA, please visit FERPA's website.
Behavioral Assessment and Response Team (BART)
Student Housing and Residence Life
California State University, Bakersfield
9051 Stockdale Highway - COM58
Bakersfield, CA 93311
Office: (661) 654-3014
Fax: (661) 654-2491
RAs are on duty Monday to Friday from 5PM - 8AM
Weekends from 5PM Friday to 8AM Monday