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Housing fee $300 confused?

Watson&CrickWatson&Crick 402 replies91 threads Member
edited December 2008 in Texas A&M University
So I've been accepted, and I have heard that the earlier you apply for housing, the better. To apply for housing, I need a $300 deposit, but it says that:

"The housing deposit is $300. This deposit will be refunded if your housing application is declined. This money will remain deposited with the University as long as you are housed or are on the waiting list."

Does that mean that I can decline the housing offer and get my $300 back? I'm asking this because I am still not 100% sure I'll attend A&M in the fall (perhaps, not even 20% sure). I don't want to waste $300 just on an application I might never need.

Thanks so much.
edited December 2008
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