Once students accept their housing placement by submitting the Placement Acceptance Form, they are provided with the bank transfer information necessary to remit payment. Housing fees must then be received within 10 business days, or prior to move-in, whichever comes first. Applicants who do not remit their payment within the allotted timeframe may lose their housing placement.
Wire transfers are accepted for the full payments of housing fees, or for first installment payments. To ensure that the due amount is received by the International Finance Office, any fees associated with sending the wire transfer should be paid separately and not taken from the housing fees being wired. Residents choosing to pay their housing fees in installments should plan to make their second payment by credit card online or in person at the cashier’s office.
•Restoration Fee: The $300 restoration fee is non-refundable.
•Damage Deposit: The $300 damage deposit is refundable at the conclusion of the license period, as long as damage has not been caused to the apartment or property. An evaluation of damage is done at the time the student moves out.
•Occupancy Fee: For students who paid in full, the occupancy fee is partially refundable if the resident notifies the college of his/her intent to move out by November 1st. The refund will be approximately 45% of the full license fee amount, and the student will need to vacate the Studios by the final day of Fall quarter. For students who paid in installments, the installment payments of the occupancy fee are non-refundable.
Further details about our refund policy can be found in the License Agreement.
During their time in the Studios, residents may be charged the following fees. All fees are listed in the license agreement signed by residents at check in:
•Lost Key Fee: $50 (per key lost)
•Improper checkout: $200
Additionally, if a student causes damages greater than the amount of the damage deposit, a fee for the excess damages will be added to his/her college account.
To allow us to best serve our students, and to ensure that living in the Studios on Broadway is a positive, safe, and comfortable experience for all students, residents are required to observe all policies contained in the license agreement. Examples include:
•The Studios on Broadway is a non-smoking building.
•Residents should not tamper with or remove any fire safety equipment such as smoke detectors or fire extinguishers.
•For the comfort of all residents, pets are not allowed in the Studios on Broadway.
•Residents must escort their guests at all times and should not share their building access cards with others.
•Alcohol and drugs are not permitted in the Studios on Broadway.
•Residents should be respectful of one another and keep noise levels to a minimum.
For a full list of our behavioral policies, please visit Housing Rules.
The License Agreement is a binding legal agreement between residents of the Studios on Broadway and Seattle Central College. This document contains detailed information about all relevant policies. By signing the License Agreement, students agree to accept all of these policies.
The License Agreement can be viewed online by clicking here.