I hereby understand and acknowledge the following guidelines:
It is required of all undergraduate students who are unmarried and financially dependent on parental support, to reside on campus. Fisk believes that participation in the give-and-take of campus life is an indispensable part of a university education. The Office of Student Engagement may make exceptions when the student is a legal resident of Davidson County, or when there is a temporary shortage of living learning center space, or due to personal circumstances. When an exception is granted, it must come in the form of written approval from the Office of Student Engagement and must be received prior to the beginning of the registration period in which the student seeks permission for off-campus residence. This contract is binding for the Academic Year (August 2022- May 2023). All students who reside in the living learning centers must sign a housing contract and purchase the continuous dining meal plan.
Discrimination based on race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap is forbidden on the campus of Fisk University.
The university cannot assume responsibility for the loss or damage to any vehicle (or its contents) operated or parked on Fisk University property. It is strongly recommended that students living in campus housing not bring vehicles to the campus. Freshmen are especially advised against bringing their vehicles. Students who bring a vehicles to campus are required to provide proof of insurance to the Office of Campus Safety.