Extermination includes the intentional infliction of conditions of life, inter alia the deprivation of access to food and medicine, calculated to bring about the destruction of part of a population;
Extermination. If the University needs to exterminate bugs, fleas, ants, etc. in any room, suite, or apartment for any reason, students are required to follow the Facilities Services Supervisor and the exterminator’s rules regarding the timing, cleaning and/or removal of personal items, and any follow up instructions. Failure to do so could result in disciplinary action, and/or cancellation of your contract and subsequent removal from campus housing. University officials will inspect all apartments once each semester to ensure that health and sanitation standards are being maintained. Students will be advised as to the time of inspections.
Extermination. The control or elimination of insects, rodents or other Vermin by eliminating their harborage places, by removing or making inaccessible materials that may serve as their food, by blocking their access to a Dwelling, by poisoning, spraying, fumigating or trapping, or by any other legal pest elimination method approved by the Code Official.
Extermination. Licensee shall cooperate fully with the University's extermination program for the Building and the Premises. Without limiting the general application of the foregoing, Licensee agrees to take all reasonable actions requested by exterminators hired by the University to prepare the Premises for extermination, including without limitation removing all items from shelves and cabinets, giving such exterminator access to the Premises and vacating the Premises during the extermination process. The failure to comply with the requirements of this section 13 shall entitle the University, without limitation, to terminate the License pursuant to Section 8, above.
Extermination. If the University or agent needs to exterminate bugs, fleas, ants, etc. in any housing units for any reason, students are required to follow the exterminator’s rules regarding the timing, cleaning and/or removal of personal items, and any follow up instructions. CLEARY ACT/MISSING PERSONS ALTERNATIVE CONTACT: The Federally mandated Clery Campus Security Act gives resident students the option of providing an alternate emergency contact in the event that you are reported as a “missing person” for more than 24 hours. If you would like to provide the University with an alternate emergency contact please email David Campbell in Housing at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name, address and phone number contact, and this will be added to your student record in Banner.