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Campus Living and Community Development has a variety of resources to assist you in your time living with us. Please check out the resources below or the additional links to the left for more information.
Information on Winter Term Housing
Campus Living and Community Development recognizes that many fraternity and sorority chapter houses are closed during Winter Term. Our upperclass housing is close to capacity and we have a very limited number of spaces we could use to house students during Winter Term. Because of this, we're asking students from closed chapter houses who need to be here during Winter Term to begin by asking to use the spaces of friends and acquaintances in University housing who will be gone during Winter Term. There is no charge for this but we do ask that students who make this arrangement download and complete this form and return it to our office no later than December 7 2012.
If students are unable to find a friend who can accommodate them, they should contact our office by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know they will need housing. We will work with them to identify a space for Winter Term. There will be a charge for this housing. While the rate has not been formally set at this time, we anticipate that the cost will be approximately $430 for the 3 weeks of Winter Term.
Information on What to Bring
Students and their families often ask what they should (and should not) be bringing with them when they are moving to campus. The document below answers some frequently asked questions as well as provides an idea of what to pack when you are making your transition to living on campus. Additionally, the document contains links to Facilities Management regarding requesting loft kits, ladders and micro-fridges. Requests for those items are due by August 10, 2012.
If you are moving out of your assignment in the Residence Halls, Rector Village or in the University-Owned Apartments and Houses, it is important to keep in mind that your living space needs to be returned to the condition that it was found upon your check-in. Below are examples of cleaning-related tasks that need to be completed to assist you in your planning as well as facilitate conversations among roommates.
How to Submit a Maintenance Request (TMA)
Please see the document below for information from Campus Living & Community Development regarding how to successfully submit a Maintenance Request (TMA) for Facilities Management. Additional Facilities Management information can be found on the link in the left-hand navigation.