After Hours Assistance
- I need assistance after hours.
Please contact a Peer Advisor, one of the Peer Advisors on call, or a residence hall front desk.
Living with a Roommate
- I am having issues with my roommate. What do I do?
Talk to your roommate. If, after speaking to your roommate(s) face-to-face about the issues you are experiencing, nothing is resolved, speak with your Peer Advisor.
- What is a roommate agreement?
A roommate agreement is a document all members of the apartment/suite/room abide by during their time living in the space. Contents of the agreement are determined by the roommates and cover multiple areas. Main categories include cleaning tasks, taking out the trash, as well as apartment/suite/room guest policies. Residential Life works to complete roommate agreements in all spaces.
- How do I set up roommate agreement?
In the beginning of each academic year, Peer Advisors will coordinate with their residents to complete a roommate agreement for the apartment/suite/room. If a new resident moves into a space in the apartment/suite/room, Peer Advisors will work with the students to set up or reevaluate the roommate agreement as necessary.
Getting Involved in University Village
- I want to get involved in University Village. What can I do?
Residential Life sponsors two student organizations in University Village: the Residential Housing Association (RHA) and the National Residence Housing Honorary. Both organizations provide students with leadership opportunities in both the residence halls and apartments.
- I want to be a Peer Advisor (PA). How can I do that?
The Peer Advisor application process begins at the end of the fall semester, with applications due in January. If you are interested in becoming a PA, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or “Like” our Interested in Being a PA? Facebook page for more information.
- How do I reserve the University Village Clubhouse/Study Rooms/Pool?
There is a not a reservation system in place for the common areas in University Village for non-Residential Life sponsored events. The areas are first come, first serve for residents and their guests, after Residential Life and University Village events. Students will not be asked to leave if they are currently occupying the space unless the event is for a Residential Life or University Village function. Residential students can check the current schedule of Residential Life events at the Clubhouse, Study Rooms, Pool and Fire Pit by checking the calendar.
- I want to reserve a room in the residence hall. How do I do that?
Individuals looking to reserve a room in a residence hall building must contact Residential Life at email@example.com. Rooms are not available for reservation by student organizations.