Exemption Decision and Appeals Process
ASU’s vice president for student affairs reviews the decisions of the Office of Housing and Residential Programs when an appeal is made by a student whose request for an exemption has been denied.
If a Registration Hold has been placed on your record, you will be unable to register for classes until a decision has been reached on your request for exemption. This means that if you submit your request for exemption late, on or near the deadline dates, or incomplete, you may not be able to register for classes until the next registration period (which may or may not be prior to the start of the semester).
You should not make off-campus housing arrangements until you receive written notification from the Office of Housing and Residential Programs stating that your request for exemption has been approved.
A student who gives false information concerning housing will be subject to disciplinary action, including possible suspension from the university. A student found to be living off campus without approval from the Office of Housing and Residential Programs will be notified through their ASU student email account to move on campus. If this is not accomplished within ten (10) class days, the director of Housing and Residential Programs will initiate disciplinary action.