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Damage Billing: Estimates & Procedures

The charge schedule below is provided as a reminder that, in the event of damage, missing furniture, or excessive trash, the Office of Residence Life & Housing incurs specific costs to ready residence hall rooms for the next occupant.

Please keep in mind that all prices listed are estimates; actual costs may vary.

Resident costs for damage repair equal, at a maximum, the cost of materials, shipping, and delivery PLUS the cost of labor. The one-hour minumum labor charge on any call during normal work hours is:

Work Type Cost per Hour
Custodial $29.83
Maintenance Mechanic $44.04
Paint Shop $44.38
Truck Crew $32.32

If you have incurred a damage charge, you wil receive a statement from the Business Office via your OPUS account. Bills must be paid within 30 days.

» DAMAGE ESTIMATES MAIN CAMPUS 2013-2014 (complex, woodruff, clifton tower - 1st floor, mctyeire, alabama, fraternity houses)
» DAMAGE ESTIMATES MAIN CAMPUS 2013-2014 (dobbs, turman, few, evans, longstreet-means, sorority village, holmes, harris, raoul)
» DAMAGE ESTIMATES APARTMENT-STYLE RESIDENCES 2013-2014 (clifton tower, clairmont tower apartments)
» DAMAGE ESTIMATES CLAIRMONT CAMPUS 2013-2014 (URC & CRC - buildings a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h)


If the individual(s) responsible for the damage have neither come forward nor been identified by others, then the cost of the damage will be divided evenly among all residents of the affected area. Individuals found responsible for vandalism face disciplinary action that may include financial restitution, work hours with maintenance, disciplinary probation, and suspension or expulsion from the residence hall/suite/apartment/townhouse/or College.

Residents may be held liable for all losses or damages resulting from negligent and/or purposeful acts, or violations of University regulations. Violations of University regulations may result in removal from housing with no financial credit for the unelapsed term of the Housing Agreement, or denial of University housing for future years.