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Due to safety reasons, hover boards (battery-operated self balancing scooters) are not permitted anywhere in University Housing and Campus Dining facilities effective immediately.
Residents will have until February 10, 2016 to remove their hover boards from housing facilities. Once this deadline has passed, hall staff will confiscate hover boards and students will receive a policy violation as well as be referred to the Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution office. Students will be able to collect their hover board as they leave campus.
If you believe you have reason to live off campus but are required to live on campus, please learn more about the exemption process here.
Recently you received a packet in the mail including our Living & Dining on campus viewbook. We would like to clairify information on the back page regarding an error on move in dates. Regardless of area, the correct dates for new freshman residents to move in during their assigned times are August 17 and 18, 2016.
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The University may grant requests to students who are not required but would like to live on campus. Because University Housing Services must reserve space for students who are required to live on campus, we have a limited number of requests that can be approved. You may learn more about the request to live on campus process on the Housing Request to Live on Campus page.
University Housing Services is pleased to welcome veteran actor and social activist Giancarlo Esposito as the featured speaker for the Black History Cultural Dinner. Esposito is often recognized for his efforts in giving back to the student community.During his visit, Esposito will discuss the collegiate student’s main nonacademic responsibility: to get to know people who are different than you.
Attendees will learn more about why the “theater of college” as a microcosm of the world at large is a unique and valuable opportunity to learn about yourself, gain compassion for others, and make connections that make a difference. Esposito will also explain the parallels between Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing which debuted in 1989 and the racial tensions that still exist today almost 27 years later.
Tickets can be purchased here.
Check out the demolition of South Campus Residence Halls by viewing photos updated every 15 minutes. Find them by clicking on the photo above.
Soon students will have the opportunity to explore their options for living on campus for their second year. Cardinal Court is one of our on-campus housing options for students entering their second year. Check out our quick facts, layouts, prices and more with our Cardinal Court FAQs!
If something in your room or apartment is not working properly, please submit a work order request as soon as possible and a member of our maintenance team will address your concern. Click on "Work Order" on the left side of the Housing homepage to access the system.
The University requires students to live in university housing their first two years out of high school. Students who fall under the University On-Campus Housing Policy will not be able to register for classes until University Housing Services receives their residence hall contract and initial payment. These regulations are applicable to all students insofar as space is available in University residence halls.