Before move-in, students may fill out an online cancellation request through their Pathway account. After move-in, requests to cancel must be made through the Residential Life Coordinator for the hall/building in which the student lives. After facilities open, contract cancellation requests will not be approved for students who remain enrolled but wish to move to fraternity or sorority houses or other off-campus locations, including UMKC Real Estate units.
Cancellation requests may be approved for the following reasons: assignment to a UMKC-sponsored internship, research project or other UMKC program which requires living away from Kansas City; completion of graduation requirements during the term of the contract; marriage — proof of marriage will be required; compulsory military duty. Otherwise, students may request contract cancellation for: loss of student status; withdrawal from UMKC; failure to enroll; or, unusual and compelling circumstances which justify special consideration. Documentation must be provided. Students must vacate facilities and cease use of dining centers upon withdrawal from UMKC.
After move-in, the student must officially vacate by obtaining check-out materials from their Residential Life Coordinator and contacting residential staff to complete official check-out procedures. Any amount paid in excess of the total due will be refunded or credited. Students who have not met their financial obligations will be billed. Students must move from the facility within 24 hours of contract cancellation approval (unless otherwise designated) or withdrawal from UMKC. All components of this contract are cancelled when the contract cancellation is effective, including dining access, meal plans and flex points. Questions concerning cancellation procedures and charges should be directed to: UMKC Office of Residential Life, Oak Street Residence Hall, room 2004, 5051 Oak Street, Kansas City, MO 64112
Before June 1, students may cancel their contract at no cost. After June 1, If the cancellation request is approved, the student will be charged a $300 cancellation fee for the residence halls and a $500 fee for the Oak Place Apartments.