Here is your contract to success!
BCC Housing hereby licenses to you the right to occupy a portion of the residence hall, subject to the terms and conditions of this Housing License and the policies, procedures, codes of conduct, and rules and regulations of the College and BCC Housing, which may be amended from time to time. The portion of the residence hall licensed to you shall consist of the exclusive use and occupancy of a single room, or nonexclusive use and occupancy of a double room. Decisions on placement are at the discretion of the Director of Housing. Common spaces, living rooms, kitchens, or other public areas within the residence hall may be used by the residents of the building, but ownership and occupancy rights are retained by BCC Housing.
The full housing license can be found by clicking the links below. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Housing Office at +1 (607) 778-5307.
- 2021-2022 Housing License and Addendum (pdf)
- 2020 Housing License Addendum (pdf)
- 2020-2021 Housing License (pdf)
- 2019-2020 Housing License (pdf)
- 2017-2018 Housing License (pdf)
- 2016-2017 Housing License (pdf)
- 2015-2016 Housing License (pdf)
How To Cancel Your Housing Application and Get Your Deposit Back
Who can cancel:
All students are able to cancel their application and request a deposit refund if they submit their cancellation request prior to June 15. After June 15, students who are informed that they will be housed (whether they know their room number or not) may still cancel their applications but ARE NOT eligible for a refund on their deposit.
How to cancel:
Students may cancel their housing deposits by contacting the Housing Office via email (email@example.com). In the cancellation email please include the student’s full name and student B number. After our office receives the cancellation email please allow 4-6 weeks for the cancellation check to process. The check will then be mailed to the student.
Additional Helpful Information:
Students who do not have the eligible GPA may opt to have their deposit canceled. Students who believe their GPA may increase at the end of this academic semester may leave the deposit with our office, and may ask for the Housing Office to re-review their GPA at the end of the semester.
Please note, rooms will not be held for students in such situations, and we cannot guarantee that rooms will be available if/when a student’s GPA increases.