My Daughter is being bullied by one of her roommates.
Sorry to hear that your daughter is being bullied.
You've gotten some good advice here. At your dd's age there's really not much 'you' can do besides give her suggestions on how to handle things. As one of the others pointed out - if the roomie isn't doing anything forbidden in the lease it's going to be awfully hard to get her evicted no matter how many mean things she says to your dd. I don't imagine her coming into the office and giving her side of the story is even going to get her evicted unless, as I said, she admits to something that that the lease specifically forbids. How much longer is the lease? If it's just til May perhaps your dd can just try to avoid the room mate as much as possible. Have they lived together all year and has it been going on since the fall or did they have a falling out and did it just start? Good luck and keep us posted.
I agree with Janet.
On the one hand, I tend to feel that young adults need to learn to handle their own problems.
Your dd needs to go back to the management and push for them to take some action. Find out what else it would take for the roommate to get evicted, or for your dd to get released from her lease. Its very unlikely that the girl would go in to the office voluntarily, not many kids will step up to "get in trouble" and eviction would be trouble for her. Odd that the management would expect that.
Is this school owned housing? Is it just the 2 girls in the apartment?
I had this problem in college, another female college student attacked me twice. I went to the dean about it, and nothing was done. In fact, they told me it was my fault. In retrospect, I should have gone to the police instead.
So, hate to say it, but you may be up against a brick wall with the school.