What to bring & What not to bring
Decorating & Arranging Rooms
Hall Staff & Assistance
Roommates & Guests
Breaks & Duration of Residency
Quiet & Study Hours
Facilities & Services
Rule & Policy Violations
Laundry & Storage
Payment & Cancellations
How do I find out who my roommate is?
Once Housing Application is processed you will see your Hall, Room Number, and Roommate details displayed on your Banner. Click the Student Tab and Scroll down to My Housing – on the screen under the Student Profile silhouette your messages will display. All assignments will be completed by the beginning of the semester informing you of your roommate's name and email address.
What happens if a resident does not get along with his/her roommate?
Living within your floor/suite community, you will find people who have a variety of backgrounds, values, and lifestyles. Students are encouraged to speak directly to roommates in sharing concerns, expressing feelings in an honest manner, and jointly negotiating a resolution to a conflict. On occasion, a student will attempt to resolve a problem, but his/her roommate is unresponsive. In these situations, students should seek the help of their Resident Assistant or Complex Director/Assistant Complex Director.
How can I change rooms?
Room changes are generally not allowed until the third full week of each semester or between fall and spring semesters. At this time, students who wish to change rooms within the building where they live should contact the Complex Director/Assistant Complex Director. All room changes that take place from one building to another must be approved by the Complex Director/Assistant Complex Director.
Can I have overnight guests?
Yes, with the permission of your roommate. Guests may stay for up to 72 consecutive hours, but no more than a total of five days per month. Residents must register their overnight guests with their RA.
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