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Housing Publications/Forms

Below you will find links to the various informational publications that we distribute throughout the year.  You can view or download each publication by click on the appropriate link below.

General Documents

Your First Year - Brochure
This document is intended to provide First Year students with an overview of living on campus.
Housing and Dining Contract (2013-2014)
This document outlines the terms and conditions for residence at Pitt-Johnstown for the 2012-2013 year. All students living on campus must agree to these terms and conditions as part of the online housing process. Also referred to as the housing contract. Only students under the age of 18 need to return a paper contract. All other students will accept the contract online through the application process.
Meningitis Vaccine Form
under Pennsylvania law, students enrolled in a Pennsylvania institution of higher education and who reside in University operated student housing, are required to be vaccinated against meningococcal disease or seek exemption from this law. Only students under the age of 18 need to complete this paper form and return to Housing and Residence Life. Students over 18 will complete this form as part of the online application process.
Living on Campus (2013-2014)
Living on Campus provides a detailed overview of our housing options, as well as detailed policies and procedures related to living in one of our residential facilities. All students are strongly encouraged to become familiar with the material included in this publication. This document is intended to be printed as a booklet, which may affect the readability on screen.
Request for Release From Housing Contract
Students wishing to cancel their housing contract to commute from home or another locations must complete this form.

What should I bring to campus
This document outlines the items that you are encouraged to bring with you to campus, as well as those items that you will need to leave at home. Students are encouraged to coordinated with one's roommate(s) regarding who will bring which items to avoid duplicate items in the room.
Last Reviewed: May 20, 2008