Office of Community Living Online Forms
Special Interest Houses
Early Arrival Applications for Fall 2014
Fall Early Arrival Application-Early Arrival Groups 2014
Fall Early Arrival Application-General Application
Break Housing Forms
Thanksgiving Break Housing Application
Winter Break Housing Application
Housing Proxy Process
Housing Proxy Form for Spring 2014 Housing
Housing Proxy Form for Room Draw 2014
Request to Live Off Campus
Request to Return to On Campus Housing
Special Housing Accommodations
Room Condition Report
Common Room Condition Report
Housing Waitlist Confirmation
The Globe Application
The Globe Placement Confirmation
Spring Break Housing Application
If you would like to reside on campus during any portion of Spring Break (between 10pm on Friday March 14, 2014 and 9am on Sunday March 23, 2014) please enter all of your information into the following form and submit it. Once your request is received it will be reviewed and you will receive a response via email informing you of whether or not your request has been approved.
There is no monetary fee for residing on campus during Spring Break.
Goucher Email Address
Goucher ID Number
Which dates will you need to be on campus during break?
March 14th (after 10 pm)
Primary reason for needing housing:
Goucher Athletic Commitment
On Campus Work
Off Campus Work
Terms and Conditions related to Spring Break Housing
Goucher’s residence halls close at for Spring Break at 10pm on Friday March 14, 2014 and reopen on Sunday March 23, 2014 at 9am. Only students who have received prior authorization from the Office of Community Living will be allowed to remain on campus during this period.
Students who are approved will remain in their academic year room assignment during the break period. Having the privilege of staying in your own room during the break period carries some additional responsibilities.
There will be reduced staffing in the Office of Community Living during this time; therefore, you need to be especially vigilant in following the same safety guidelines that you do during the regular academic semester (please refer to the residence life calendar and handbook for more details).
Please be cognizant of your surroundings, and report any concerns to the Office of Community Living or the Office of Public Safety immediately.
Please note the following:
Your OneCard will only allow you access to your house and the public area of Mary Fisher Hall (post office, ATM machine area).
No overnight guests may be hosted in rooms during the break, including other Goucher students not approved to stay on campus during the break.
All college policies and procedures remain in effect during the break. Any violation of the Student Code of Conduct will result in immediate removal from campus until the residence halls re-open.
There may be interruptions and noise disturbances during the break, as the facilities management staff uses break periods to make necessary repairs.
You are only permitted to live on campus during your pre-approved dates.
There will be no meal service during Spring Break. Students will need to acquire their own meals. Meal plans do not work during break periods.
I agree to the aforementioned terms.
Office of Community Living