A: Students are not allowed to paint their rooms. If rooms are painted, the fine will be between $75 and $250.
A: If you have a ceiling leaking contact our office. We will issue a work-order and one of our carpenters will respond. Unfortunately, roof leaks are sometimes difficult to locate and correct. Sometimes the leak is due to roofing issues that require major repair projects.
A: You will need to contact Campus Safety (X7911). If your key has been stolen or lost, contact Facilities Services. The locksmith will recore your lock and issue new keys. The fine for recoring a room lock is $50.
Heat will be turned on across campus once we are experiencing sustained nighttime temperatures of 40°F or less with forcasted continuing trends in that range. This is a guideline that will be used along with common sense dictated by specific weather patterns and operational necessity. Even during the heating season, any time the outside air temperature is above 60°F, the main heating valves will shut off automatically. This means that the heat is essentially “off” when the outside temperature reaches 60°F. For more information, please visit How my Heat Works.
A: If your room is too hot during the summer, the only recourse is to open a window or turn on a fan. If your room is too hot or too cold in the winter, please contact Facilities Services. When a "too hot" or "too cold" service request is received, the mechanic assigned to that building will respond and investigate the concern. Every call during business hours (M-F 7a-5p) will be responded to the same day. Complaints received off-hours will be handled the next business day. In the event that the entire building is experiencing heating issues, you can always contact Campus Safety(X7911), who will dispatch a mechanic through the On-Call system. Please see the How my Heat Works page for your dorm. There are valuable instructions on your dorm room’s specific heating system and how to operate it.
A: The following conservation policies are in effect with the dual purpose of reducing both our operating expenses and carbon footprint:
For more information on the Campus Energy Policy and other sustainability efforts, please visit the Sustaibility Blog.
A: We do not have an exterminator on staff. We do have an agreement with a local exterminator who comes to campus once a week to perform extermination services. If you notice bugs, contact Facilities Services.
A: No. Bike racks are located at or in each residence hall.
A: Contact your housekeeper. If the housekeeper cannot replace the light, then she or he will contact Facilities Services for assistance.
A: Contact your housekeeper.
A: Each dorm has a student vacuum cleaner. Contact your HA for the location of your vacuum cleaner.
A: Contact Facilities Services to schedule the repair.
A: Contact Dining Services at x7400.
A: No. All personal items must be stored in the student's room.
A: All authorized construction workers are required to sign in at Facilities Services when they arrive on campus. Each worker receives a white badge that they are required to display at all times. If you have any concerns about people in your hall, contact Campus Safety.
See our recycling page.