All halls have
and snack vending machine
All rooms have the following:
jack (If you want phone service, please see description below)
room Internet/e-mail wireless
TV connection (you must bring your own cable cord to connect from TV
to Cable outlet)
service is not provided in each room/suite. If you would like to
request a phone line, then please contact Abby MacDermott at
am305n@ATT.com or call 1-888-757-6500 for a representative.
Residents are responsible for providing a telephone. Public phones
with local service are available in each residence hall.
Cordless phones: 2.4 megahertz cordless phones will NOT be allowed
on campus. 5.8 and 900 megahertz phones are acceptable.
Each room is
equipped with one cable TV connection providing over 70 channels of
viewing entertainment and education.
Housing & Residence Life provides
Falcon Flicks, a movie channel showing
15 movies per month, including new video
releases and classic favorites. Tune to
channel 35 to watch Falcon Flicks.
Individual residence hall rooms are equipped with wireless access
providing access to the Internet and e-mail. To connect to the
network from your room, your computer must have a wireless card
installed. Installation of the wireless card is the
Due to the differences between rooms
within each of the buildings, individual
room sizes are not available. Some
general room sizes are available in the
Hall Descriptions page. It is
advisable to purchase carpeting or
window dressing after you have had a
chance to take measurements.
Lofts cannot be used in Hanson Hall.
You may want to
talk with your roommate before deciding
on bedspreads and other extras. You are
encouraged to personalize your room, but
be sure you follow the personalization
guidelines published in the Housing
& Residence Life policies and
procedures booklet. That information is
also available in the
Your Room More Like Home! page. All
rooms are furnished with regular length
twin-sized bed(s), desk(s), and desk
There are three housing options
available to residents at the University
Located in Main
rooms are furnished for one person,
and under normal occupancy conditions,
only one person will be assigned to
that room. The number of single rooms
is limited. Current residents usually
fill most of these rooms, leaving very
few for new assignments.
All other rooms on campus are
considered double occupancy and are
furnished for two people.
After the beginning of the term, if
space becomes available in your
double-occupancy room, you may request
it private. You will be responsible
for paying the difference between the
rates. In the fall term, on-campus
occupancy is high, and initial
assignments to private rooms,
especially for women, are rare.