A. UT may limit access to residential amenities and common areas for the health and safety of the community. Limited capacity will be
set for community space, study rooms, lounges, kitchens, laundry rooms, elevators, etc.
B. Community kitchens may be closed if students do not maintain sanitary conditions or properly store and discard food items.
C. Kitchen supplies, recreation equipment, and games will be unavailable for check out from residence hall front desks.
Guests and Visitors
A. Access to residential spaces are restricted to University students, faculty, and staff, and approved vendors.
B. No guests (non-UT student, faculty, or staff) are permitted in the residence halls. The exception to this will be during move in and
move out where each student will be allowed two (2) helpers to assist them. All helpers will be required to wear facial coverings while in
the residence hall and when physical distancing cannot be maintained.
A. Housing Agreement start and end dates and the length of Agreement will be adjusted to align with the University academic calendar.
B. Student-initiated room change requests may be restricted or limited after occupancy.
C. Upon reasonable notice, UT reserves the right to terminate Housing Agreements due to public health and safety emergency needs,
Protecting Our Community and the Need for Flexibility and Compliance
A University campus is a dynamic environment and our community’s health, safety, and welfare is an important concern to the
University. To address this concern, we require the flexibility to act as we deem necessary in the best interests of our University
community. Therefore, as the need may arise, the University reserves the right to, in its sole discretion, modify, revise, supplement,
rescind, suspend, terminate, or change its housing and campus policies, procedures, programs, activities and services, in whole or in
part, to the fullest extent permitted by law.
Students, including residential students, are required to comply with health and safety laws, orders, ordinances, pronouncements,
regulations and health and safety guidance adopted by UT as it relates to public health crises, safety issues, diseases, pandemics, strikes,
natural disasters, hurricanes, storms, fires, power outages, physical or structural dangers, and other events and circumstances outside
the University’s control, including COVID-19. Specific details and guidelines will be provided as circumstances dictate, but this may
include, and is not limited to: physical distancing, limitations on mass gatherings, wearing a face covering, contact tracing, disinfection
protocols, limitations on guests in residence halls, quarantine/isolation requirements (including before or upon arrival to campus), and
partial or total closure of University housing, dining, or the campus for any period of time in a particular semester. The University may
also require specific students to leave UT residence halls or the UT campus in the event such students’ continued presence poses a
health or safety risk to the residential or campus community. Restrictions or closures imposed by the University in response to COVID-
19 or any other circumstances set forth in this Paragraph does not constitute cancellation of the Housing Agreement or relieve any
student from their obligations, including their financial obligations, under the Housing Agreement or any other agreement with the
University and no refund of any housing, dining, tuition or other fees will be provided.
By agreeing to this Addendum, you understand and agree to its terms. The Housing Agreement and Addendum shall be interpreted
according to Florida law. The Housing Agreement and Addendum constitute the entire agreement between the Parties with respect to
the matters described, supersedes all prior understandings between the student and University of Tampa as to its subject matter, and
shall not be modified by any course of dealing or oral agreement. The exclusive venue for any claim arising out of this Agreement or its
Addendum, shall be in Tampa, Florida. This Agreement may be modified by the University of Tampa, from time to time, as long as the
University provides notice to your University email address or posts notice on the University website or other University bulletin board.
Any modification is limited to those policies and/or terms that are changed or added through the modification.
Name of Student (Print)__________________________________ID# _________________________
Signature _____________________________________________ Date________________________
If the student is under 18 years of age, the signature of a parent or guardian is required
Parent Signature(s) _____________________________________ Date________________________