Housing Information for University Guests
Residence Life is very pleased to offer housing to guest of the University. In most cases, assignments will be made to vacant rooms/suites within our residence halls. All suite style rooms are air conditioned, with an attached semi-private bathroom shared with an occupant in the adjoining room. All building exterior doors are locked for security. Check-in arrangements should be made in advance to avoid problems accessing the buildings. In most cases, check-in will be done from the Customer Service Desk of the residence hall to which you are assigned. Every effort will be made to keep individuals from the same program on the same floor of the assigned residence hall. When checking out of your room, keys should be returned to the Customer Service Desk or to the Office of Residence Life.
Assignment to a specific place is never guaranteed, and the University reserves the right to make assignments and change assignments based upon the need of the University. In making assignments to a room and a roommate, the University will make assignments without regard to race, creed, color, or national origin.
Guest is responsible for the daily cleaning of the room and bathroom for the duration of your stay. Custodial services are provided in common areas only. Common areas include hallways, public restrooms, and lounges. No custodial services are provided in guest rooms.
Guests are responsible for damages to University property caused by themselves or their guests.
Fire, Theft, or Other Damages
The University is not responsible for the loss of or damage to any personal property of a guest whatsoever. In the event that a building or room assigned to a guest is destroyed or otherwise rendered uninhabitable, and the University does not elect to furnish other accommodations in the University residence halls, the agreement shall be terminated and any unused prepaid room fees shall be refunded.
Laundry facilities are located in each residence hall. Some buildings have laundry access on the floor, while others have laundry access on the first floor of the building or a common. The laundry machines are available for use without charge.
There are several lounges in the buildings with televisions and lounge style seating. These spaces are open to all individuals living in the hall and cannot be reserved for any specific group.
Dining service is available at several locations across campus -Towers Café, Olives, Redhawk Market, Rowdy's, Scully Café, Skylight Terrace and Starbucks. Dining at Southeast is far from a traditional cafeteria experience, with options including Chick-fil-a, Papa Johns pizza, Subway and Dippin Dots. Food purchases can be made using a debit/credit card or cash. Full kitchens are available in every building. Guest may check out cookware and utensils from the Customer Service Desk. For extended stay guest, micro-fridges can be placed in guest rooms.
Internet / Parking
Wi-Fi and LAN access is available in the rooms. You must register your computer with Information Technology Services by calling 573.651.4357. Parking is available in resident student parking lots and visitor spaces with a permit. Permits must be obtained from the Department of Public Safety.
The University reserves the right to enter your room to: ensure health and welfare of any individual, ensure proper care of University property, or ensure that no University policies are being violated.
All rooms are furnished with the following: bed, student desk, desk chair, chest of drawers, closet or wardrobe, telephone, and cable television access. You may want to bring items such as personal hygiene products, portable stereo or television, small refrigerator, and HE laundry detergent.
Rules and Regulations
Guests agree to abide by all University and Residence Hall policies and procedures. Alcohol and smoking are not permitted in the residence halls. At all times noise should be kept at a courteous level so as not to interfere with the activities of other guests.
Smoking is not permitted in individual rooms or common areas.
Guests are responsible for the behavior and action of their visitors.
If you have any questions about housing services please contact the Office of Residence Life at 573-651-2274 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.