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INFORMATION FOR CURRENT STUDENTS
Twenty-four hour "quiet hours" will begin at 8 p.m. Sunday, May 5, so everyone can study for exams.
All dining plans will be removed from Zip Cards on Sunday, May 12. The last meal at Rob's will be lunch on Friday, May 10.
Check the Dining Services website for hours of operation of on-campus eateries.
If you will be a commuter student in the fall and want a dining plan, stop by the Zip Card Office to complete a new Dining Plan Contract. Questions? Contact Dining Services at 330.972.6905.
The residence halls will close at 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 12. All students are expected to move out of their rooms within 24 hours of their last exam, or by 5 p.m. Sunday, May 12 (whichever is earlier), unless you are participating in graduation ceremonies.
If you need to stay on campus after Sunday, May 12, at 5 p.m., please see your building coordinator.
If you are planning to return in the fall, please temporarily stop your magazine, newspaper, and Netflix subscriptions and bank statement mailings. If you require a permanent address change, please visit the USPS website and fill out the Mail Forwarding form.
Want to live on campus during the summer?
Learn more about summer housing.
There are no upcoming events, but you can still get involved!
CURRENT RESIDENT FAQs
Find out how to get mail here.
We provide recycling containers in your room. Get more details.
Yes, your friends can stay in the residence halls, but you are fully responsible for the behavior of your guests. Any violation of the residence hall guest policy will result in disciplinary action. Residence hall staff reserves the right to require guests to vacate the residence hall if the behavior of guests or hosts is disruptive. As visitation to the halls is considered a privilege rather than a right, the Department of Residence Life and Housing reserves the right to restrict visitation privileges to serve the best interests of the residential and University communities.
There are many places to park. Check out Parking and Transportation Services for more information.
Submit a maintenance request to have your bed bunked or lofted.
You and your roommates! Vacuums are available at each service desk. Each building has a custodial crew that cleans common areas such as lounges, hallways and community bathrooms, and does trash removal and major clean-ups.
Wall decorations may not be hung with any fasteners that make holes in the walls, ceiling or woodwork. A form of "poster putty" or 3M removable hooks may be used to secure decorations to walls, but must be removed before the room is vacated. The use of any "tape products" is prohibited on any painted or wood finished surfaces. The cost of repairing holes or removing adhesives by the University staff will be charged to the student(s) responsible.
UA's Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (EOHS), following the Ohio
Fire Code, has specific guidelines for use of holiday decorations in residence halls. Please check out our Holiday Decorations Guidelines.
Stereo, television, radio, computer, audio equipment and clocks are permitted. Refrigerators are permitted (3.0 cu. Ft. or less). Small cavity microwave; coffeemaker (no percolators).
Our campus is wifi-enabled, so you can connect to the internet wherever you are. We know that sometimes you wish it were faster. We hear you and we're constantly working to improve the internet speed.
No pets. You can bring fish if their tank is less than 20 gallons.
The final move-out day is the last day of exam week.
Visit Dining Services to change your meal plan.