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University Place

University Place

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Housing for upperclassman women
Resident Directors: 
  • Lindsey Wilson  
  • Paige Watson  

University Place apartments are located in the east corner of campus near the athletic fields. Five buildings make up this apartment section, housing more than 250 female students.

Each apartment has two carpeted bedrooms to house four residents. The apartment includes a full kitchen, bathroom and carpeted living area. The sliding glass door measures 80 ½”l x 74”w and bedroom windows measure 46”l x 48”w. There are two windows in the larger bedroom, and one window in the smaller bedroom.

The buildings are three levels with decks off of the living area on the second and third floors. As a bonus, each apartment has a storage area located in the hallway.

Apartment living specifics:  

  • Open House: Open house occurs on campus throughout the week as an opportunity for the opposite sex to visit within the residence halls and apartments. Open house is a privilege on our campus, requiring monitors to perform periodic visits around the residence halls and apartments. Open house is held four times per week: Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday open house is held from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. A monitor must sign up 24 hours in advance or open hours will be cancelled.
  • Curfew: The apartments still maintain the upperclassmen curfew. However, nightly room checks are not done. In all apartments, excluding Honors Housing, an accountability check is done two to three times per week around the curfew hour. These checks are done to provide additional accountability and safety to our residents living in the apartments.
  • Parking is available directly in front of the building or nearby.
  • Bikes may be kept on the bike rack in front of the building. Bikes are not permitted inside the building.

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Proverbs

22:6

Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.