Clement: «We have to set a deadline for what is useful, but I have to consult with my colleagues, but the short answer is yes. We`re doing a hospital cleanup. We clean areas twice a day with high contact and bathrooms. We do duplicate the household staff. UnH has evacuation resources that students can use when evicted from campus accommodations. The UN page on «deportation resources» says, «While we set high standards and insist on students when they violate more serious offences, we always want every student to succeed as well as possible when the hearing process is completed.» The kitchen is prohibited in the students` rooms in the residences and is only allowed in designated kitchens or facilities. Fitzgerald: «Can students get out of the room and cabin because of COVID?» The Department of Housing does not make a security deposit and does not apply for a security deposit when a resident accepts accommodation on campus; Instead, we bill every incident. We believe that this promotes the sense of ownership of the building`s inhabitants and improves everyone`s ability to control costs. «In emails sent to students, statements to the media and again at City Hall on Thursday evening, the UNH administration continues to mislead students, which means informed approval agreement. They keep saying, «This is not a renunciation, it is an informed approval agreement» and they leave it. Certainly, but an informed approval agreement, which explicitly puts students at risk of exposure to COVID-19 on their campuses, could still have a significant legal impact on what it feels it feels it is not, and it could come at the expense of students` lives. At the same time as the university is asking students to sign an explicit risk-taking and promote Congress in favor of additional protection of liability by the CEA, the university is trying to free itself from its responsibilities if it negligently infects us with coronavirus.

Students cannot remove or store furniture made available by the university and cannot replace it with other items owned by the student or rented. The housing department will not remove or store the standard university. Public spaces or lounge furniture should not be moved to a student room. Acting Director of Housing Victoria Perkins contradicted the fact that there were more evictions during this semester than in previous years: «Housing is only aware of housing violations (violations of the student code of conduct could occur anywhere on campus), but in general, there have been no evictions this year; except in the case of expulsions, which are unique this year, as they involve non-compliance with COVID`s testing protocols. You`ll find tips for finding off-campus accommodation to find students on and off campus, as well as other general information about university thinking residences here: www.unh.edu/ocs/eviction-resources. If you sign up to live on campus, you accept the terms of each academic chamber and board year. You are financially responsible for the accommodation costs of the academic year, unless your cancellation is one of the five listed below. All other requests for release from this Agreement will not be accepted and will be assessed with cancellation fees in the chamber and council contract, in accordance with the cancellation schedule.

Most time expulsions are imposed for two semesters and then a student is welcome to return to the campus apartment, and in some cases, a student could be evacuated for only one semester. These decisions are the responsibility of the Community Standards Board. Students who were expelled during the first semester for three or more missed tests will be released on parole if they return to campus.