Your roommate contact information and room assignment will be sent in late July along with check-in instructions.
The Residence Halls will open on Saturday, August 17, 2013 at 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
More specific information regarding rules and regulations may be found in the Residential Life Handbook.
Each resident will be issued a current handbook upon checking into the residence halls.
Our residents are welcome to bring a small refrigerator, microwave, Foreman grill. No open-coil burners, deep fryers or hot plates allowed!
Candles of any kind, incense, incense burners, alcohol, empty alcohol bottles, drugs and drug paraphernalia, firearms and/or ammunition, fireworks, gunpowder, explosives. Additionally, pellet guns, paint ball guns, air soft guns, bb guns, dart guns, water guns, water balloon launchers are not allowed in the Residential Life Area. Basically, anything that can be considered a weapon is prohibited.
All of our beds are extra-long twin beds. Bedding can be picked up in most any store, especially during July and August as students prepare to head for college.
No pets of any kind are allowed in the residence hall rooms, lounges, or the Student Center.
Yes. We currently have two ports providing internet service in each room. You will need to have a computer with a current antivirus program running and an ethernet cable to connect to the service. We also have wireless access available in all the Residential Life areas.
You have expanded basic cable available in your room. You will need to bring your own cable cord to take advantage of this service. Movie channels are NOT available. You have access to a live phone line in your room. All you need is a phone to plug into the jack. This phone may be used for unlimited local calls and unlimited incoming calls; however, you will need a phone card to use this line for long distance. Your phone line is also equipped with voice mail and caller ID for your convenience.