FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

You can request a roommate (preferably via email to the Housing Coordinator); the student AND preferred roommate complete the housing application at the same time/date, or have one assigned to you via the Housing Coordinator. Requests for roommates must be mutual. If you do not have a roommate request, we will assign you a roommate based on the information you provide to us in your housing application/contract.

Each residence has a bed, desk, chair, and a chest of drawers, closet, or wardrobe. Each room is equipped with cable television, ethernet, and wi-fi internet access.

Co-Ed Halls include both male and female students in a residence hall. Females are in one section/hall/floor of the building, and males in another. All halls, are monitored and supervised by Community Staff.

Yes, in the event that there is an issue, the Hall Director (ARD or RD) will determine the outcome in the best interest of the students with a mediation between all parties involved, and may result in a change of room assignments, if rooms are available.

Each hall has a Hall Council that serves as an advocate for resident concerns, plans, and organizes activities for residents. The Residence Hall Association (RHA) represents all residential students; represents the campus on regional and national level, and plans and organizes programs. The Bronco Chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) is a honor society designed to recognize the top 1% of residence hall leaders. Residence Hall  Association (RHA)

All students living on campus are automatically enrolled in the All Access Meal Plan. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors living on campus, or in University Place Apartments (UPA) can change from the All Access Meal Plan to the 240 Block Plan or the 140 Block Plan during the first 2 weeks of the semester through the Bronco Card Office (Website)

You can submit a work order online via the Residence Life webpage. In EMERGENCY SITUATIONS, please contact the Community Front Desk IMMEDIATELY.

ALLOWED TO BRING

NOT ABLE TO BRING

TV (w/ cable connector and cable splitter)

Grills/George Foreman Grill

(micro/small) Refrigerator

Crockpot

Laptop w/ Ethernet Cord

Hot Plates

Microwave

Toasters

Snacks

Pets

Seasonal Clothing, Hangers, and Laundry Supplies

Candles

Formal Attire

Extra Furniture

Bed linens, Pillows, Mattress Cover (at least 2 sets)

Coffee Maker (unless it is a Keurig)

Surge Protector

Oil Lamps/Candle Warmers

Iron/Ironing Board

Kerosene/Immersion Heaters

Personal toiletries

Incense

Shower Shoes

Electric Blanket

First Aid Kit

Ceiling Fans

Cleaning Supplies (mop/broom/small vacuum; cleaning products)

Weapons (Box Cutters, Knives, Guns, etc.)

Rain Gear

Secure Storage Case

Trashcan

Prescriptions (if applicable)

Flashlights and Batteries