Frequently Asked Questions
RESIDENCE HALLS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Q. What type of rules and regulations are there?
A. In order to insure an atmosphere conducive to effective living and learning exists, there are policies and procedures, which govern living in the residence halls. The Residence Life Handbook is available on our homepage. It is the student's responsibility to become familiar with all the policies and procedures that are in the handbook.
Q. What services do the suites provide?
A. Students residing in The Suites have the convenience of living on campus close to academic and student activities, health services, the library, and dining facilities. Rooms are furnished with two or one students per bedroom. All utilities are included along with high-speed Internet, cable, and local calling. Computers are available at the Service Desk and laptops can be signed out.
The Suites have lounges on each floor, shared kitchen areas and laundry facilities.
Limited on-campus parking is available (permit required) with free parking at the stadium. Campus and local bus service is also free with a student ID.
Q. Can freshmen bring cars to campus?
A. Yes. Limited freshmen parking is available. Freshmen may also park at Memorial
Stadium free of charge.
Free bus service is available from the stadium to campus with student ID. Bus routes also connect sites on campus to the downtown district, the mall, and the hospital. New buses have recently been added to the fleet.
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