Residence License Agreement
Planning on living on campus for the 2022-2023 academic year? Please review the 2023-2024 Residence License Agreement and become familiar with the terms and conditions of your housing license. Residents are responsible for all information outlined in this document. Students must agree to and sign the Residence License Agreement prior to moving on to campus.
Fire Safety Notification:
Please review the above letter that is sent to all residents each semester.
New York State Education Law requires notification of fire safety standards and measures in all college-owned or college operated housing. To facilitate compliance the following information is provided:
- Central, Crossroads, Farside, and the Olde are not sprinklered.
- Outback, Fort Awesome, Wayback, Alumni Village and the Commons are fully sprinklered.
- The fire alarm system in our buildings have state of the art voice capable addressable fire alarm systems. This allows college emergency personnel to respond quickly to the area in question and also allows for authorities to broadcast emergency messages over the fire alarm system from each building. Each residence hall has been outfitted with fire extinguishers in public hallways and in each kitchen area. The apartment communities are outfitted with fire extinguishers in each kitchen area. University Police and Residential and Student Life staff are on duty twenty-four hours a day a seven days a week to respond to any fire related emergency.
- Building Evacuation procedures should be reviewed by all students.
Additional fire safety information may also be found in the annual Clery-Fire Report
Personal Property Coverage:
Purchase College is excited to share that our residential student’s personal belongings are covered by renters insurance, which is included in your housing fee. Please review our FAQ’s regarding the policy and how to navigate questions related to your needs.
Haylor, Freyer & Coon (HF&C) is the broker overseeing the Purchase College renters insurance. They can be reached at 866-535-0456 or via email at email@example.com. Each student has a personal property limit of $4,000 with a $50 deductible, per incident. There is no annual premium cost to you, as the student, since it is covered in your housing fee to Purchase College.
Making a Claim:
If you are seeking to submit a claim, please utilize the Haylor, Freyer & Coon (HF&C) claim form. All claim forms should have a detailed report (UPD report, Purchase College incident report, etc.) attached for documentation purposes. All claims are reviewed by HF&C and final determination of reimbursement is made by the insurance company and not the College.
Please review the Master Policy related to renters insurance policy to review all details related to inclusion and exclusions of coverage.
The 2023-2024 Residence License agreement is now available to review. Students living on campus during this period should familiarize themselves with the Residence License Agreement.