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Housing and Residence Life 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 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.
To access a video on how to loft your bed, please click here.
How to Submit a Maintenance Request (FAMIS)
Starting on June 13th, 2016, the University will transition to a new work order system (FAMIS), which will allow the Office of Facilities Management the flexibility to receive service request, track materials, labor cost and inventory within work orders and project management and will serve as an additional communication resource with the campus community requestors. Instructional information and frequently asked questions can be found by accessing the Office of Facilities Management webpage.
DePauw University has a limited number of storage boxes available for rent to students who meet one of the following criteria:
- Renters must be a current and continuing student at DePauw (withdrawn or students on leave of absence are not eligible);
- Renters must have lived or be living in University-owned housing for at least one of the adjacent semesters;
- Renters must be away from campus (studying abroad, internship, home for summer, etc.) during the period of storage rental;
- Renters must live at least 500 miles from Greencastle, Indiana;
- After the last day of classes, any remaining storage units will be available on a first come - first served basis to any student who meets the above criteria, but live less than 500 miles from campus.
Housing and Residence Life will begin taking reservations following spring break. Upon signing a contract in the HRL office in Reese Hall other rules and restrictions will be discussed with you. For more information on the cost and process of renting storage space on campus, please check out our Storage Information Sheet.
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.