Housing

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General Information

Davis Hall will be used during the 2015 summer session. Students planning to live in campus housing will remit room rent charges and file a complete application. By accepting a room assignment, students agree to abide by the Residence Hall Agreement and by the regulations stipulated in this bulletin, the Guide to Community Living for the 2014-2015 academic year, and the Student Handbook.

Choosing a room and roommate

Students who wish to live on campus for summer school will log onto WIN. Go to Virtual Campus, Residence Life and Housing and Summer School Request.  Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served.  Summer 1 Assignments will be available in WIN after April 18th. On campus housing request will be available in WIN March 20th – May 25th.

Check-in for Davis Hall will be in the Main Lounge. First session check-in is from noon to 5 p.m.,  May 25, 2015; second session is from noon to 5 p.m.,  July 6, 2015. Students who cannot check in during these hours must make prior arrangements with the Office of Residence Life and Housing during regular business hours (M-F, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.), 336.758.5185.

Room changes are only allowed during the first two days of the session on a space available basis. Written approval of the Office of Residence Life and Housing or hall director of summer session housing is required for all changes. The Office of Residence Life and Housing reserves the right to reassign students. Students remaining for the second session must indicate this intent during the room selection process. Students who selected housing for both sessions at the beginning of the summer do not have to move out between sessions.

Checkout is required regardless of when a student leaves the session. It includes the following: (a) removal of all personal property, (b) deposit of refuse in the appropriate containers in hallways/balconies, (c) completion of the Room Condition Report (room cleaning supplies are available from the residence hall office), (d) closing and locking all windows and doors, (e) defrosting/cleaning Microfridge™ appliance, and (f) return of the room key to a staff member. THERE IS A MINIMUM $50 FINE FOR FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE CHECKOUT PROCEDURE. Checkout must be completed by 7 p.m. on the last day of the session.

Residence hall facilities include a main lounge and study area, a kitchen, and laundry facilities. They are provided for the exclusive use of summer school residents. A guest policy is outlined at check-in and during a residence hall meeting the first full day of each session.

The rooms are furnished with single beds, desks, chairs, dressers, and closets. Students must supply their own linens, pillows, desk lamps, and wastebaskets. Nails, double stick tape, halogen lamps, electric grills, and wall hooks are not permitted in Davis Hall. (Please see the 2013-2014 Guide to Community Living for a complete list of prohibited items.) Damage to the room or common areas will be charged to the appropriate student(s), or divided between roommates.

The University does not accept responsibility for students’ personal property. The exterior doors to the residence halls and suites are secured 24 hours a day. Entrance is with the resident’s University identification card. If a student does not have the key card, he or she must call University Police from the phone located at the stairwell entrances to the residence hall. Identifying information must be given to the University Police personnel to be admitted to the building. Students who are involved in incidents which jeopardize the safety, security, or well-being of the students living in the residence hall or other University property may forfeit the opportunity to continue living in the residence hall, without refund, and become subject to disciplinary action.

 

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