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Resource Type: Student Support
The image on the right shows the floor plan, or map of each floor in Union Station on the right side. To the left are the stores and restaurants, grouped by specialty or product type. Visit Union Station's online directory for a more interactive experience.
Living with someone is a great way to gain independence and even to make friends for life, but it can also be difficult, especially if you've never had to share living space before. By communicating effectively with your roommate(s), you can avoid unnecessary conflict and...
When you are looking for off-campus housing, consider the following questions so you can be confident your new accommodation is safe and secure. Are the buildings and grounds well maintained? Are the entryways, sidewalks, and parking areas well lighted? Are entryways visible from the street?...
Resource Type: Safety & Preparedness
Your landlord must fit deadbolt locks on all exterior doors If you would like any additional security, such as an alarm, additional lighting, window bars or similar, talk with your landlord. You may be responsible for the cost of these upgrades. Talk to current residents...
A person with a disability is defined as any person who: has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of such person's major life functions; has a record of such impairment; or is regarded as having such impairment The Fair Housing...
Before you sign a rental agreement, you should make sure you have read the agreement thoroughly and you understand the responsibilities involved with the terms mentioned below. You should also make sure these terms are clearly identified in your lease and compare any lease you...
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Peet Hall, a five-story building, is located on the south side of the campus. It offers both single and double rooms along a corridor with community bathrooms on each floor. All rooms are carpeted and equipped with heating and air-conditioning units, beds, dressers, desks, chairs,...
Resource Type: Facilities
Living and Learning Residence Hall 6 (LLRH6) is the first residence hall built on campus using DeafSpace design principles as well as providing new amenities never seen in residential facilities on campus: Community kitchens A small fitness room A java corner A fireplace Community space...
Fay House is located in the University's Historical District. It is part of the Living and Learning Community program established by the Office of Residence Life and Housing. Erected: 1867 Number of Floors: Three, plus a basement Building History: One of the first houses on...
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