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Student Affairs



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Policy Title:
Residence Hall Operations Under IFR Procedures

Document Number:
7605

Effective Date:
September 01, 1989


This policy item applies to:
State-Operated Campuses
Table of Contents
Summary

Policy
Definitions
Other Related Information
Procedures
Forms
Authority
History
Appendices


Summary

The State University of New York (University) residence halls are operated under the Income Fund Reimbursable (IFR) system that requires that all operating costs, fringe benefits and debt service costs of the residence halls be funded from income generated through the Residence Hall Income Fund Reimbursable. Each individual campus under this system is responsible for paying the operating expenses of the residence halls at its campus. Each campus also determines its room rates, within University-wide guidelines.


Policy

Students (including special students in residence for a full semester)

The State University of New York (University) residence halls are operated under the Income Fund Reimbursable (IFR) system that requires that all operating costs, fringe benefits and debt service costs of the residence halls be funded from income generated through the Residence Hall Income Fund Reimbursable. Each individual campus under this system is responsible for paying the operating expenses of the residence halls at its campus. Each campus also determines its room rates, within University-wide guidelines.

A. General

B. Advance Room Deposit

      An advance room deposit may be collected, at a level to be set by each campus, subject to the senior vice chancellor's approval through the process of establishing room rates.

C. Rent and Payment Schedules


Definitions

Single Room - a room designed for occupancy by one person.

Double Room - a room designed for occupancy by two persons.

Triple Room - a room designed for occupancy by three persons.

Quadruple Room - a room designed for occupancy by four persons.

Quintuple Room - a room designed for occupancy by five persons.

Sextuple Room - a room designed for occupancy by six persons.

Suite - a group of rooms usually consisting of a bath, two or more bedrooms, and often including a living or study room (usually designed for occupancy by four or more persons).

Apartment - a group of rooms representing a separate living area which would include spaces designated as bedrooms, study/lounge area, kitchen and bath facilities (usually designed for occupancy by two or more persons).


Other Related Information

Fees, Rentals, and Other Charges


Procedures

There are no procedures relevant to this policy.


Forms

There are no forms relevant to this policy.


Authority

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution Board of Trustees Resolution 85-255, adopted November 18, 1985.


History

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution Board of Trustees Resolution 84-82, adopted April 24, 1984.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution Board of Trustees Resolution 64-290 adopted December 10, 1964.

State University of New York Board of Trustees Resolution Board of Trustees Resolution 56-48 adopted May 10, 1956.


Appendices

There are no appendices relevant to this policy.