Housing Resources and FAQs
Your housing assignment includes important information on minimum meal plan requirements, requesting a room change, residency requirements, application deadlines, and the freshman community.
Residence Hall Rules
Students should review the resident hall rules for information about the University’s policies on:
- Alcohol and illegal drugs
- Weapons, fireworks, and other potentially hazardous items
- Fire code regulations
- Behaviors that
constitutesa perceived or actual danger or threat to persons or property
- Damaged, stolen, or lost residence hall property
Important Information for Incoming Students
Students’ personal property brought to the University is not covered for damage or loss by the University’s insurance. We strongly suggest you review your parents’ homeowner’s insurance to determine what is covered by that policy or can be covered with a rider to that policy. Specifically review the information about
Microfridge Information and Rental
We use this service.
Students have access to a variety of services while on campus including:
- Computer (ResNet) services
- Television (UR CTV)
- Phone (ResNet) services
- Study lamps
- Luggage and freight
- Service desks
- Dining plans
See the housing services page for more information.
Pen Pal Opportunity
Check out this great opportunity for current students who are members of the Inter-Class Living Community. This is a fun way for incoming freshman and transfer students to connect with current students through a pen pal program.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our frequently asked questions page can help answer questions about:
- Moving in, academic breaks, and hall closings
- Roommates, housing assignments, and room changes
- Rooms, halls, furniture, and appliances
- About the Office of Residential Life
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