Campus partnerships, services & other information
Office Location & Hours
The Campus Living and Community Development Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00am - 4:30pm when the University is open. We are located on the first floor of Anderson Street Hall, located next to the Administration Building.
The Campus Living and Community Development Office is the central location for floral deliveries to residents in all university owned housing. Deliveries should still be addressed to the student and their current living unit. Our address is 413 Anderson Street, Greencastle, Indiana 46135.
Our office issues and tracks the keys to all rooms, apartments, and houses. Lost or stolen keys should be reported to the Campus Living and Community Development Office or Public Safety immediately. A lock change will be requested and new keys issued. The resident who lost the key will be charged for the lock change ($75.00).
During office hours, residents who lock themselves out of their rooms should go to the Campus Living and Community Development office to borrow a temporary key. A temporary key may be used for no more than a 24-hour period. After 24 hours, a lock change will automatically take place at the resident’s expense. Lock changes cost $50. After the Campus Living and Community Development office closes, residents who are locked out of their room should contact Public Safety at x5555 to contact the student staff member on duty. Residents will be charged $5 each time (after the first) an FYRA or CRA has to let them into their rooms.
Loft Kits & Ladders
In most of our buildings, you can loft without any additional equipment. For residence halls that require loft kits or ladders (based on the type of bed), requests can be made online through Facilities Management. Loft kits are $75 and are first-come, first-serve. Requests for loft kits must be received by August 1. Requests after that time cannot be guaranteed for your arrival. Ladders for beds in Longden are also available by request. To request a loft kit or ladder, please visit the Facilities Management page to complete the form.
Campus Living and Community Development is responsible for the distribution and maintenance of vacuums in our First-Year and Upperclass residence halls. Students who live in Rector Village and University-owned Apartments and Houses are responsible for their own equipment.
If your community's vacuum is in need of service or repair, please contact our office via e-mail at email@example.com.
Our Campus Service Partnerships
DePauw University offers traditional meal plans that provide a number of meal swipes per week (flex dollars are also available with all meal plans to provide students with additional options). A meal or card “swipe” is an all-you-care-to-eat meal at Hoover Dining Hall during normal operating hours or a meal swipe alternative can be used at Blend, Café Roy, Café Allegro and Student Union Convernience Store.
Each student’s ID card provides access to the residence hall in which they live and is also used for the University meal plan. Replacement ID cards can be obtained from ID OneCard Office (located on the lower-level of the Memorial Student Union Building) during it’s regular hours. Lost or stolen IDs should be reported to Public Safety immediately to ensure the safety of your meal plan and your residence hall.
Laundry rooms are located in Bishop Roberts, Bloomington Street, College Street, Hogate, Humbert, Lucy Rowland, Mason, and Senior Halls. Buildings in Rector Village with laundry facilities are: Chabraja, Leis, Montgomery, Reese and Warne Halls. Residents of Holmberg and Strasma Halls will have access to the laundry facilities on the first floor of Reese Hall. Students residing in apartments and houses will have access to non-coin operated washers and dryers either within their unit or in Reese Hall. Each resident of a house or apartment with a washer and dryer will be charged $75 per semester for laundry use. Those without a washer and dryer will be charged $25 per semester for laundry use. DePauw University is not responsible for damages to or loss of clothes in the laundry rooms. Costs from damage done to the laundry facilities will be assessed to the residents of the appropriate group of students. For emergency repairs, please call Facilities Management at x4233. For non-emergency repairs, please submit a Maintenance Request online by logging into E-services.
Students are assigned a mailbox upon coming to DePauw. Lost mailbox combination can be retrieved by logging on to their individual E-Service account. Student mail does not get delivered to their specific living unit, but rather to their box in the Memorial Student Union Building. Student mailing addresses would look like this:
408 South Locust Street
UB Box# ________
Greencastle, IN 46135
Maintenance and Repair Requests
We regularly need to fix items in our residence units and in student rooms. Facilities Management is the central point for repairs. If something needs to be fixed in your room or living unit, please submit the repair through Facilities Management by logging in on e-services. Be as specific as possible, following the drop-down menu options as you complete the request. For emergency repairs, please call Facilities Management at x4233 (or DePauw Public Safety after hours). For non-emergency repairs, please submit a Maintenance Request online by logging into E-services.
DePauw University requires that all students living in University owned housing participate in a meal plan. The plans provide students with the flexibility to purchase meals or snacks at any dining service location. Meals are available at Hoover Dining Hall, Cafe Roy, Café Allegro and Student Union Convenience Store. Meal plan flex dollars can be used at The Fluttering Duck and 2 West Bistro located at the Inn at DePauw.
All living units have network outlets in the room to allow access to the DePauw data network and the Internet. Data jacks will be orange or white in color. Problems with internet or network access should be reported to Help Desk at 765.658.4294 or at their office, located on the lower level of the Memorial Student Union Building.
Students desiring to keep a car on campus must register their vehicle with Public Safety and purchase a parking permit. Upperclass students will receive a permit designated “R”. First Year students will receive a permit designated “F”. Students may park only in properly designated areas. Questions about parking should be directed to Public Safety by calling 765.658.5555 or at their office, located at 101 E. Seminary Street, Lower Level.
All residence halls have printer stations located in common areas of the halls for student use. Technical support and assistance to these labs is provided by the Help Desk of Information Services at 765.658.4294 or at their office, located on the lower level of the Memorial Student Union Building.