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Housing Session 2014
Transcript of Housing Session 2014
-Why Live On Campus? -Freshmen Residency Requirement -Services
-Housing Deadline -Academic Year Contract -Housing Assignments
-Dining Services and Meal Plan Options
Why Live on Campus?
THE APSU ON CAMPUS ADVANTAGE
Residence Hall Rates
Higher Grades- Students who live on campus achieve higher GPA’s than those who commute. This past year the average was 2.95 cumulative/campus-wide.
Feeling Good About Yourself-Students are more likely to have better positive self image, enhanced self confidence, public speaking ability and similar measures of self reliance.
Participation in extra curricular activities - Potential employers love this!
Convenient- 6 minutes from anything on campus.
Great Reasons to Live on Campus!
LISTED BELOW IS THE COMPARISON OF THE AVERAGE COST FOR LIVING OFF AND ON CAMPUS. THE 2014-2015 ON CAMPUS RATES ARE FIGURED ON A PROJECTED RATE AND THE OFF CAMPUS COSTS ARE BASED ON COMMUNITY AVERAGES. ALL COSTS ARE FIGURED FOR THE SINGLE STUDENT FOR TEN MONTHS.
Eriksson Hall $3,100/semester
Castle Heights $3,100/semester
No monthly bills- Housing and meals are paid for on a semester basis. Your internet, cable, laundry, furniture, wireless access, in house movies/information channel are all included and no gas costs for your car. It is all included in your Housing.
Safety- We have staff on duty 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. RA’s, RHD’s and Central Office staff are there for you. Public Safety officers roam campus housing daily.
Great College Experience- Live and Learn here. Get that “education outside the classroom.” Late night study groups, pizza at 1 am, late night talks, positive relationships with others all lead to a well rounded student.
No Need to Cook or Clean Up- Great meals are prepared for you so no time wasted shopping for groceries, cooking or cleaning dishes. Just like home.
Great Reasons to Live on Campus!
Meningitis Immunization Requirement
Effective Fall 2013, all freshman housing students must have the meningitis vaccine.
Please contact Health Services for details on immunization records.
You must have this complete prior to Fall check in or you won’t be able to check into your room.
Freshman Residency Requirement
All first time freshman who are not married and under twenty-one (21) years of age and not residing with their parents or legal guardian within a 50-mile radius of the University, must live on campus for their first two academic semesters.
This form is on line at the Housing webpage.
10 month housing contract- winter break.
Free Laundry-No quarters needed!
Extended Basic Cable -90 channels
Lobbies & Kitchens
Designated residential parking
Card Readers for access
Residence Hall Directors
Check Home Owners Insurance/Renter’s Insurance
A. Property - The University will be held harmless from any suit, action at law, or other claim whatsoever resulting from or arising out of damage or theft of property while the student is the occupant of the residence hall under this agreement except where damage or theft is due to the negligence of the University or its employees.
Rules and Regulations
All halls/apartments are Smoke-Free
Zero tolerance on Drugs
No Alcohol/Dry Campus
No Pets (exceptions: service animals and fish in 20 gallon tank or smaller)
Safety – using one card access
entrance, locking your door, walking
alone, using your peep hole…
Health and Safety Checks
What You Will Need To Bring
Linen- extra long twin
Iron with auto shut-off
Head/ear phones for electronics
Extensions cords with power strips
Ethernet cord for computers/laptops
Television Cable/Coax cord
What NOT To Bring
Hot pots/electric fry pans
Industrial Strength stereos
Fire arms, hunting knives, martial arts equipment
Microwaves with power greater than 1000 watts
Refrigerators larger than 5.0 cubic feet
Based on availability
“Great Change Day”
Check your APSU student email account often! This is how APSU communicates important information to you!
*A prepayment of $200 must be processed before your room and meal plan are confirmed for academic year.
How to locate your roommate
Log-in using your AP Onestop username and password
Click on current housing info
Academic Year Application
Last day to cancel prepayment and receive refund
Please go to AP Self Service by clicking on the following link http://webss.apsu.edu or through OneStop by clicking the following link http://onestop.apsu.edu to pay and/or confirm your classes.
Confirming Fall Classes
The student agrees to abide by all terms and conditions of the license agreement:
I. LICENSE AGREEMENT PERIOD (If not checked, it will be considered academic year)
Academic Year (August 2014-May 2015)
Spring Semester Only (January 2015-May 2016)
Occupancy of the residence hall room will be for the above period of time. It will extend from the announced opening of the residence halls until 24 hours after the students last final exam. Exceptions will be stated recesses of the University such as holiday closings. Occupancy of a residence hall room between semesters must have prior approval from the Office of Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services. When approved, an additional daily charge will be added. For graduating seniors, occupancy in the residence halls may be extended until 10 a.m. on the day after the graduation ceremony. The term of this agreement will begin on the weekend (see current rate schedule for specific dates and times) prior to classes for the specified fall term and will remain in effect until the day of the Student's last spring term examination or spring graduation date if the Student is among those ‘Students’ scheduled, in advance, to graduate.
Academic Year Terms- Student agrees to reside on campus for both the fall and spring terms, provided 'Student' enrolls in 'University' for both terms. Fall housing fees are due and must be paid during the fee payment period at the beginning of the f
term. Spring housing fees are due and must be paid during the fee payment period at the beginning of the spring term. (continues…visit Web site at www.apsu.edu/housing)
Austin Peay State University
LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR
HOUSING LICENSE AGREEMENT
Academic Year Contract
To “parents…of a dependent student” for federal tax purposes
Parents of college students have no general right to see their children’s records, even if the students are minors
Need to obtain a copy of parents’ most recent tax return or student’s confirmation to verify dependent status
Warning – Tell them about this before there’s a problem!
Does not apply to international students
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
(Female only, double occupancy)
(Co-ed, double occupancy)
(Co-ed, double occupancy)
(Co-ed, double/single occupancy)
Harvill Hall (Co-ed, double/single occupancy, honors)
3.0 Cumulative GPA
Virtual Tours & Floor plans
Available online and in the Office of Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services, Room 121 Miller Hall.
During the year call Admissions Office to set-up tours
Residents must have a meal plan each semester. (exception- Two Rivers and Emerald Hill Apartments)
Freshmen may select from these plans: 19, 14, 10 or the Unlimited Café Access plan.
3 meal opportunities each weekday, 2 on weekends
Meals are non-transferable
Plus Dollars rollover from Fall to Spring
Meal “allowance” renews each week (19, 14, 10, etc.)
See Housing website for links to
Full meal plan agreement
Chartwells (dining contractor) web site
Meal plans available
Check in Dates for the Fall Semester
Freshman- Aug 21 8am-3pm
All Students- Aug 22-24, 10:00am - 5pm & 7:00pm – 9:00pm
NO-SHOWS declared by 5pm on Wednesday, Aug 27th.
Let us know if you will be arriving past this date/time.
Emergency Contact Card
Remember to stay involved in your family member lives while in college- email, letters, phone calls etc. Visits to campus. Call first!!
Let us know if you need anything. First, tell your student to take responsibility and handle it themselves. Work orders, etc. If no action, give us a call.
We’re on Facebook – Austin Peay Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services
Room 121, Miller Hall
P.O. Box 4596
Clarksville, TN 37044
Summer Office Hours
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Office of Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services
Questions or Comments ?