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John Cabot University Gianicolo Residence Housing Workshop

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Transcript of John Cabot University Gianicolo Residence Housing Workshop

Welcome to
Scan In:
I.D. Policy
Your Keys:
Every set of keys is personalized to you, every resident has his/her own specific key code.

DO NOT:
Lend your keys.
Lose your keys.
Lose the key tag.
Leave the key in the keyhole once locked. (Inside or Out)
Safety
Keep a copy of your Passport with you at all times. (Italian authorities can stop you and ask to see ID.

Keep the address of the residence you live in handy.

DO NOT leave your drinking glass unattended.

Stay In Groups

Drink Responsibly

BE AWARE OF YOUR SURROUNDINGS!
What's wrong with this picture?
Fines To Avoid!
Smoking anywhere inside the Residence:
Fine- EUR 250

Hard Liquor:
Fine- EUR 100

Alcohol:
Fine- EUR 100

Overnight Guests:
Fine- EUR 1549.39

Defenestration:
Fine- EUR 300
Total: EUR 2324.39
Visitor Policy:
Every resident is allowed two visitors.
Visitors do not have the right to bring in alcohol.
Quiet Hours:
Keep doors closed!
Be quiet in the hallways!
THIS IS NOT A DORM!
Alcohol Policy:
This is a toilet:
This is a bidet:
Maintenance:
Please fill out a maintenance
request form.
You can find it at the front desk of the Housing Office.
Washing Machines
Elevators:
One Person and ONE piece of luggage at a time.

Only 3 people at one time in the elevator.

Elevators shut down at 11:30PM.
POWER GOING OUT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT IS NOT AN EMERGENCY!

Do not contact any emergency number or your RA.
It can wait until morning.
YES, YOU HAVE TO CLEAN!
Cleaners will clean common areas.
You are responsible for dishes, your bedrooms, etc.
If the apartment is too dirty the cleaners will not clean the common areas.
Fines will be distributed if extraordinary cleaning is required.
How to Get a Cab
JCU Emergency Phone:
+39 335 775 5474
EMERGENCIES
Carabinieri:
112
Ambulance:
118
Move-Out
All residents must move out of the residence buildings by noon on
Saturday,
December 12th
.
Thank you for listening!
Be Safe!
Be Good!
Make the most of this experience!
Welcome to Rome!
Remember!
If you order delivery food, you
must
wait downstairs to meet the delivery person.
If you are expecting visitors, it is
your responsibility
to wait for them at the entrance.
John Cabot University Housing Workshop
Scan Out:
Do Not Move Furniture:
Or email: housing.maintenance@johncabot.edu
Or call: + 39 06 681 91243
Gianicolo Residence Address:
Vicolo Della Penitenza, 26
Vee-cohloh Dell-ah Pen-ee-ten-za
Ven-Tee Say.
Do not flush hygiene products down the toilet.
This is a residential building, so please respect your neighbors.
Returning Students
JCU Housing is
not
mandatory.
You must reapply for Housing for the next semester. It does
not
renew automatically.
Please do not ask the guard/RA /Housing Staff to call a taxi for you!

PLAN AHEAD!
You can text or call
for a taxi with forms
found in the Housing
Office.
JCU Housing Staff
Iris Pylkko
Housing and Residential Life Manager
Gabriella Zozzaro
Housing Administrative Coordinator
Recycling Index
These photos are of trained professionals
Disclaimer: The emergency phone must be used with proper discretion.
Fine for lost keys: Up to EUR 300
Fines for not recycling can be distributed Residence-wide.
The Gianicolo Residence has an armed guard on duty 24/7.
Do not socialize with the guard while he/she is on duty.
MUST BE DONE UPON ENTERING THE RESIDENCE!
MUST BE DONE UPON EXITING THE RESIDENCE!
LOCK YOUR DOORS!
Visitors MUST have a form of legal ID - such as a passport, driver's license, carta d'identita.
A UNIVERSITY ID IS NOT A VALID FORM OF ID.
THIS WOULD REQUIRE EXTRA CLEANING!
If you are too noisy, neighbors will call the police!
Please keep your ID on you at all times. It is required to enter ANY JCU facility (GYM, CAMPUS, LIBRARY, CAFETERIA, ETC.).

There is a €25 fee for replacement ID cards.
Ginevra Tosoni
Housing Operations
Coordinator
Roman Alcohol Policy
10pm to 7am
:
vendors may not sell alcohol the buyer intends to take off the premises

drinking alcohol from glass bottles in public prohibited

12am to 7am
:
drinking alcohol in public in
ANY
container prohibited

2am to 7am
:
TOTAL
ban on consumption of alcohol in public in any form (bars, pubs, outdoors, etc.)
John Cabot University
9AM to 11:30PM
Guest(s) must remain with you at all times!
Anyone found with drugs or using drugs will be expelled.

Local authorities will be contacted, and your home school will be notified.

No refunds will be issued.
Paper and Cardboard
Glass and Plastic
Organic Materials
Non Recyclable
Filip Popov Plavsic
Housing Administrative Associate
English,French,Italian speaking operators
DON'T FORCE THE DOOR OPEN.
EVER
! Please ask for help if you're unsure how to use the washer.

It is your responsibility to empty your pockets before washing your clothing.


NO. DRUGS.
PERIOD.


According to Italian Law:
City-Wide Quiet Hours are between:
1:00pm-4:00pm
11:00pm-7:00am
You can receive post and packages at the
Guarini Campus.
RA Team
Fall 2015

Aykhan
Giulia
Jessica
Jimena
Thomas
Maria
Laura
Mihail
Daniela
Hazel
Illya
Menna
Rosalyn Carey
Residential Life Associate

Completely alcohol-free environment

NO alcohol on premises or in the building's immediate vicinity (including your visitors)

Fines imposed for violations
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