What is Extended Stay (EX) or Early Arrival (EA)?
Extended Stay is the need for a student to stay in their University of Dayton housing later than that academic year’s published move-out dates. Except in summer, the final date by which students must be moved out of their University of Dayton housing assignment is usually the Friday of finals week by 6:00pm. Early Arrival is the need for a student to arrive on campus earlier than that academic year’s published move-in dates. The approved dates students are able to move in to their University of Dayton housing assignment is usually one or two days prior to the beginning of classes. Extended Stays and Early Arrivals are exceptions and require a special request.
When does EX/EA take place?
Extended stays and early arrivals take place between the academic semester contract periods. In other words, they are the dates between the end of one semester and the beginning of another.
Extended Stay/Early Arrival dates for 2014-2015 are:
Summer/Fall 2014 – August 13 – August 23, 2014
Winter Break 2014-2015 – December 19, 2014 – January 11, 2015
Spring/Summer – May 1 – May 10, 2015
Criteria for Extended Stay and Early Arrival
Students approved for extended stay or early arrival are participants in the following activities. Read below for a brief definition of the categories listed.
NOTE: Departments sponsoring these activities must validate extended stay or early arrival requests for students participating in these activities.
Students participating in a University of Dayton orientation prior to the beginning of the academic semester. This includes, but is not limited to, International Student Orientation and New Student Orientation.
Students participating in training prior to beginning work at a University of Dayton job. This also applies to University of Dayton athletes and band members needing to return early for practice/training before or after the beginning or end of the academic school year.
Approved work includes, but is not limited to, work in a University of Dayton department, Cooperative Education Assignments, and Internships connected to the University. “Work” for the purposes of extended stay/early arrival does not include work in the Dayton community that is unaffiliated with the University of Dayton.
Students taking classes, doing research, or otherwise working with a professor.
Siblings of graduating students are eligible to extend their stay to see their sibling graduate.
Behavior during EX/EA periods
Behavior during Early Arrival/Extended Stay Periods: Students who violate the University of Dayton Student Standards of Behavior and Code of Conduct while in university housing during early arrival and extended stay periods may be asked to vacate university housing until the regular housing contract start date. Additionally, the group and/or department for which the offending student is a member may be denied the privilege of early arrival and extended stay in the future.