2011-2012 Housing Magazine
Magazine that shows informaton on each of the residential choices at Florida Atlantice University for the 2011-2012 year. The new edition for 2012-2013 will be out soon!
Everything YOU need to know Why to live on campus How to apply What to bring How to get involved What to do Places to eat TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome Letter from the Director of Housing .............. 1 Top 10 Reasons Why FAU Housing is Awesome ................. 2 Get to Know FAU Housing and Residential Life ............................ 3 Glades Park Towers ......................... 4 Heritage Park Towers ........................ 6 Indian River Towers ............................. 8 Algonquin Hall ...................................... 10 University Village Apartments ................. 12 Innovation Village ...................................... 14 Business Professional Women's Scholarship House ......................................... 16 Living Learning Communities and First-Year Student Housing Program .................................. 17 Student Programming, Involvement Opportunities, Resident Student Association and Community Council ....................... 18 Need Help? Want to Get Involved? Looking for Resources? ............................................... 19 Housing Contract Process .............................................. 20 Dining Services ................................................................ 22 Frequently Asked Questions................................................ 24 Campus Map .......................................................................... 26 Housing on the Jupiter Campus of FAU .................................... 28 MacArthur Resident Student Association .................................... 30 Jupiter Campus Dining Services .................................................... 31 Residence Halls Summary ................................................................ 32 Greetings from the Director Dear Student, The staff of the Department of Housing and Residential Life is excited that you may be joining us in the near future. Living on campus is one of the best ways to get connected quickly at FAU. There are many choices in selecting a room and building. We have a variety of room arrangements and lifestyle options. The Living Learning Communities in Heritage Park Towers are rapidly becoming the place to be! Glades Park Towers is available to new, first-year students and offers specific programs and academic offerings. We welcome upperclass and graduate students to our newest apartments at Innovation Village, offering the comforts of home with the convenience of campus life. Living on campus is part of your recipe for success. Studies of college and university students across the country have shown that on-campus living increases the success rate of those students. Satisfaction levels, rates of graduation and grades are better for those students who choose to live on campus. Living in a residence hall provides you with a greater opportunity to become involved within your new home, to meet and develop relationships with a wider variety of people, and to develop life skills that will benefit you long after you leave FAU. The Department of Housing and Residential Life is committed to providing a quality living environment that allows you to grow and develop into whoever you wish to be. Start dreaming of your new home here at Florida Atlantic University. See you soon, Jill Eckardt Director of Housing 1 FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US LIVING s Reasong is Top 10 Housin U Why FA SOME! AWE 10. Meet New People � Not only are you meeting new people in your classes, but you get to meet people who live where you do 9. Walk to Classes � couldn't find a parking spot No excuses for being late because you 8. Don't Worry About Food � The dining hall is open and ready to serve you three meals a day 7. New Experiences � For most students, it will be their first time living on their own, which can be both scary and thrilling at the same time 6. Be Involved � The residence halls provide easier opportunities for by playing sports on the beautiful housing lawn students to join clubs and organizations, such as the Resident Student Association 5. Get Active with Sports � Liven up your boring afternoons 4. Throw a BBQ � Gather some friends and have a weekend cookout in one of our BBQ pits 3. Enjoy Fun Programs � The Resident Assistants (RAs) of the building put on fun and educational programs for the residents 2. Help with Homework � Oftentimes classmates will live in your building, which means you can have support with all-night study sessions 1. Show Your FAU Spirit � What better way to support FAU than by living on campus and participating in all the on-campus activities! 2 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E Get to Know FAU Housing and Residential Life The Department of Housing and Residential Life is ready to assist you in making your new home a positive environment that will support your academic pursuits. Trained staff are located in each of the residence hall areas and apartments to help you work out concerns, listen to what's on your mind and organize the fun and exciting programs offered in your community. Our full-time, professionally trained Resident Coordinators live on campus and supervise the housing communities. Each area is also staffed with Resident Assistants (RAs). Our RAs are upper-division undergraduate students and graduate students who have been specifically selected and trained to provide assistance and maintain a supportive academic atmosphere within your community. Our Vision The Department of Housing and Residential Life strives to educate our students outside of the classroom in order to provide them with a collegiate experience that better prepares them for a pluralistic society. Our Mission Statement The Department of Housing and Residential Life creates a seamless environment of living and learning in a safe and welcoming community. Through opportunities for leadership development, civic responsibility, self-exploration and student involvement, we assist in building a life-long connection between the student and the University. Our Values EXCELLENCE: The Department will seek excellence in all our endeavors and is committed to continual learning and improvement. INTELLECTUAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: The Department is committed to assisting our students with their academic growth by helping them to utilize the resources provided by our campus community. OWNERSHIP: The Department encourages community members to take ownership for one's actions, to hold all community members accountable and to take pride in their on-campus home. DIVERSITY: Appreciating diversity makes us better community members as we learn to seek out new perspectives and experiences, while better understanding those around us. LEADERSHIP: The Department will provide and encourage opportunities for involvement within our campus community. FACILITIES: The Department will create and maintain a clean, safe and secure environment in which student's live and learn. 3 LIVING FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US ers Get Your Freshman Year Experience at Glades Park Tow Glades Park Towers is a suite-style residence hall consisting of both double and single rooms. The Towers caters to every student's needs, including its own Outtakes convenience store, which is centrally located in the lobby--a perfect place to grab a quick bite while on the go. Your college experience begins here as a first year freshman, and every room in Glades Park Towers is fully furnished. All bedrooms feature unlimited access to Ethernet connections and basic cable television service. Additionally, Glades Park Towers offers a 24-hour desk operation, floor study lounges, multipurpose room with large-screen TV, laundry facilities, conference room, computer lab, classroom and the convenience store. Features for each room include an extra-long bed (36" X 80" extra-long twin mattress), desk, chair and dresser. Residents may bring a small refrigerator and/or microwave. Refrigerators should be 3.6 cubic feet or smaller and should have a maximum of 400 watts at 120 volts. Microwave ovens should be 1.4 cubic feet capacity or smaller and should have a maximum of 1,100 watts at 120 volts. All students living in Glades Park Towers participate in the First-Year Student Housing (FYSH) Program and take a college success course, SLS 1503, in the fall semester; for convenience many sections of this class are offered within the building. GLADES PARK TOWERS AMENITIES INCLUDE: � � � � � � � 2 0 1 1 -2012 4 602beds,96singles 24-hourdeskoperation Floorstudylounges Computerlabonthefirstfloor Conferenceroom Conveniencestore�Outtakes Multipurposeroomwithlarge-screenTV FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C � � � � � � Mailroomservices Laundryroom BasiccableTV Communitykitchen Icemachine Wirelessnetwork(Ethernet)access U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E . 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HPT is located next to such conveniences as Starbucks and FAU's branch of Bank Atlantic. Each bedroom is equipped with unlimited access Ethernet connections and basic cable television service. HPT also offers a 24-hour desk operation, music practice room, community kitchen, classroom, computer lab, multipurpose room with large-screen TV, laundry facilities, study lounges and conference room. Features for each room include an extra-long bed (36" X 80" extra-long twin mattress), desk, chair and dresser. Residents may bring a small refrigerator and/or microwave. Refrigerators should be 3.6 cubic feet or smaller and have a maximum of 400 watts at 120 volts. Microwave ovens should be 1.4 cubic feet capacity or smaller and have a maximum of 1100 watts at 120 volts. The North Tower of HPT is the home to the Living-Learning Communities (LLC) at FAU. This unique program combines classroom learning with opportunities to put education into practice, as it brings what happens in the classroom to your real-world experiences and vice versa. You will live on the same floor with students who have similar interests or majors, and you'll take courses with others in the community. HERITAGE PARK TOWERS AMENITIES INCLUDE: � � � � � � 602beds,96singles 24-hourdeskoperation Floorstudylounges Computerlabonthefirstfloor Conferenceroom Multipurposeroomwithlarge-screenTV � � � � � � Mailroomservices Laundryroom BasiccableTV Communitykitchen Icemachine Wirelessnetwork(Ethernet)access 6 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E moving turedmyself aveneverpic ewhere oolIwouldh lelivingsom arofhighsch elcomfortab arious rfe seniorye Iwouldeve ftervisitingv "Duringmy dsnearby.A otthinkthat en college ege.Ididn yorclosefri attending a awayforcoll yofmyfamil my mind on ge ean e more ade me chan ouldnothav e me becom to me and m pus has mad inwhichIw eady out cam pusIwasalr nitely stood t. Living on vingoncam ols, FAU defi and well kep scho has xweeksofli ls are clean ousing tower inthefirstsi ome. 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All suites feature a living area and two bathroom facilities. Each bedroom is equipped with unlimited access Ethernet connections and basic cable television service.IndianRiverTowersalsooffersa24-hourdeskoperation,communitykitchen,classroom, computer lab, multipurpose room with large-screen TV, laundry facilities, and study lounges. Features for each room include an extra-long bed (36" X 80" extra-long twin mattress), desk, chair and dresser. Residents may bring a small refrigerator and/or microwave. Refrigerators should be 3.6 cubic feet or smaller and have a maximum of 400 watts at 120 volts. Microwave ovens should be 1.4 cubic feet capacity or smaller and have a maximum of 1,100 watts at 120 volts. Enhancingthestudentexperience,IRTislocated adjacent to the barbecue pits and sand volleyballcourt.Itoffersuniqueamenities, such as a two-story lofted lobby area and a furnished sun deck. INDIAN RIVER TOWERS AMENITIES INCLUDE � � � � � � 604beds,264singles 24-hourdeskoperation Floorstudylounges Computerlabonthefirstfloor Conferenceroom Multipurposeroomwithlarge-screenTV � � � � � � Mailroomservices Laundryroom BasiccableTV Communitykitchen Icemachine Wirelessnetwork(Ethernet)access 8 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E alsoallows convenient,it hefactthatit's fromt is at least one ncampus.Aside speaking there "Ilovelivingo tion! Typically ac the housing e middle of the organizations, me to be in th tless clubs and un that, d with FAU's co .Inadditionto erandfreefood event a night an RA udentlaught y direct buzzingwithst exceptional. 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Each side ofthesuiteaccommodatestworesidentswhoshareacommonlivingarea.Inaddition,everybedroomis equipped with unlimited network (Ethernet) access and basic cable television service. Algonquin Hall also provides students with a computer lab, laundry facilities and multipurpose room with a large screen TV. Each room in Algonquin Hall is fully furnished with an extra-long bed (36" X 80" extra-long twin mattress), desk, chair and dresser. There is one microfridge in the common area. Residents are allowed to have one small refrigerator in the bedroom. Refrigerators should be 3.6 cubic feet or smaller. Personal microwaves are not allowed. ALGONQUIN HALL AMENITIES INCLUDE: � � � � 93beds,allsingle Studylounge Computerlabonthefirstfloor Multipurposeroomwithlarge-screenTV � � � � Laundryroom BasiccableTV Icemachine Wirelessnetwork(Ethernet)access 10 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E es of my life. azing experienc e of the most am stepsaway. pus has been on sourcesliterally "Living on cam ithallofthere AUw y.Itgavemea thecenterofF attheUniversit Itplacedmeat derfulnetwork and make createawon my own crowd Itallowedmeto perience, choose ex to get a my own college so enabled me ance to create smoother; it al ch to college anspendsat om high school comingfreshm the transition fr dthateveryin live on mmen the decision to Istronglyreco lly you'll make joboncampus. s so hopefu living on campu least one year re! do,seeyouthe campus.Ifyou -- Tathia Mom Premier BEDROOM DIMENSIONS Suite with 4 Single Bedrooms Bedroom Type Single H O U SI N G A N D Approximate Bedroom Size 13'8" X 10'3" 11 LIVING FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US Enjoy Apartment Living at University Village The University Village Apartments provides more than 500 upper-division undergraduate and graduate students a cozy and special living environment. Each room in University Village Apartments is fully furnished with an extra-long bed (36" X 80" extra-long twin mattress), desk, chair and dresser. Residents are allowed to furnish the apartments with their own microwave oven that is 1.4 cubic feet capacity or smaller and has a maximum of 1,100 watts at 120 volts. The University Village Apartments caters to the budding chef as all kitchens are equipped with a refrigerator and oven/cooktop. The University Village Apartments offers its residents two floor plans: a four-bedroom apartment and a studio efficiency. The four-bedroom apartments, which are two-story units, featuring a furnished living/dining area and kitchen on one floor and bedrooms on a separate floor. All bedrooms are fully furnished and provide wireless network (Ethernet) access and basic cable television service. Studio efficiencies offer a large, open area that serves as both a bedroom and living area for two same-gender students. The apartment is fully furnished and offers wireless network (Ethernet) access and basic cable television service. UNIVERSITY VILLAGE APARTMENTS AMENITIES: � � � � � 528beds,332singles Computerlabonthefirstfloor Multi-purposeroomwithlarge-screenTV Mailroomservices Laundryrooms � � � � BasiccableTV Kitchenwithinapartment Ice-machine Wirelessnetwork(Ethernet)access 12 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E rience and my college expe take control of ts has e to llage Apartmen has allowed m e University Vi ing on campus "Liv resident of th like myself a kind. Being a rclassmen, who make it one of munity for uppe sidence com artment-style re a unique living oduced me to Living in an ap intr experience. -world unique college to manage real want to have a ts to learn how r studen to be able opportunity fo ses it is great hall is a great long day of clas a t in the cooking. After om that is righ tasks, such as the common ro d relax in to come back an apartment." Cody J. Kalina -- Studio Apartment (Double Occupancy) Apartments with 4 Singles BEDROOM DIMENSIONS Bedroom Type Studio Double Single (in four-bedroom apartment) Approximate Bedroom Size 15'8" X 12' 12'5" X 8'7" 13 C AM P US LIVING FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E Building Tradition at Innovation Village PhaseoneoftheInnovationVillageApartmentswillincludetheconstructionoftwoapartmentbuildings, totaling 500,000 square feet and providing 1,216 beds for upperclassmen and graduate students. The complex will feature a seven-story building, an eight-story building, a lush courtyard with green spaces, an outdoor pool, sand volleyball courts, convenience store, computer lab, "smart" conference rooms and multipurpose activity room. The impetus for this project was the desire to enhance a sense of tradition, pride and student life on FAU's Boca Raton campus. INNOVATION VILLAGE SOUTH APARTMENT The south building is a seven-story high-rise that houses 148 apartments in a four-bedroom/two-bathroom layout. The building includes a community-style laundry facility, a fitness room and a host of other amenity arrangements. INNOVATION VILLAGE SOUTH APARTMENT AMENITIES: �605beds,allsingles �24-hourdeskoperation �Swimmingpool �Conference/studyrooms �Volleyballcourt �BBQpit �Multipurposeroomwithlarge-screenTV �Mailroomservices �BasicexpandedcableTV �Wirelessnetwork(Ethernet)access �Computerlab �Fitnessroom �Commonlaundryroom �Kitchenwithineachapartment �Activityroom 14 2 0 1 1 -2012 4 Bedroom Apartment FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E INNOVATION VILLAGE NORTH APARTMENT Thenorthbuildingisaneight-storyhigh-risethathouses90apartmentsina four-bedroom/two bathroom layout and 120 apartments in a two-bedroom/two-bathroom layout. The building offers individual laundry facilities within each apartment as well as a convenience store with a small food service operation located in the building. INNOVATION VILLAGE NORTH APARTMENT AMENITIES: �611beds,allsingles �24-hourdeskoperation �Swimmingpool �Conference/studyrooms �Volleyballcourt �BBQpit �Multipurposeroomwithlarge-screenTV �Mailservice �BasicexpandedcableTV �Conveniencestore �Wirelessnetwork(Ethernet)access �Laundrywithineachapartment �Kitchenwithineachapartment 2 Bedroom Apartment 4 Bedroom Apartment 15 R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US LIVING FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D Business & Professional Women's Scholarship House The FAU Business and Professional Women's Scholarship House (BPWSH) was established to provide campus housing for women with strong academic promise and substantial outside financial assistance in order to attend FAU. The BPWSH is a cooperative living/learning facility where 16 women share leadership experience, develop life skills, and community responsibilities. To be eligible for the Program, an applicant must meet the following criteria: � Enrolled as a full-time, degree-seeking female student who is a freshman, transfer or current undergraduate or graduate student, a resident may be required to withdrawal from BPWSH if enrolled credit hours drop below full-time status. � Requires substantial outside financial assistance in order to attend college (a minimum of $1,500 of unmet need as determined by the applicant's FAU Student Financial Aid Award Letter or Student Aid Report). � Must have a high school, college/university or FAU cumulative GPA of 3.0 and semester GPA of 2.75. � Demonstrated high academic promise and achievement in high school and/or college. � Show a strong desire to work for a college education and show willingness to actively participate in a cooperative woman's scholarship environment. 16 You can learn more about the BPWSH program at http://www.fau.edu/housing/Our_Residence_Halls_and_Apartments/BPW_House.php 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E Living Learning Communities at Heritage Park Towers The Living Learning Community (LLC) program at FAU offers incoming freshmen the unique and engaging opportunity to live on the same floor (inHeritageParkTowers�North)withotherincomingfreshmenwithsimilar academic goals and interests. LLC FEATURE: � Shared course schedules for the entire first-year (fall and spring) � Common living environments � Excellent faculty/instructors � Great study group opportunities � Fun LLC specific events LLCs are open to any incoming FAU freshman -- but they fill early, so apply now! You can learn more about the LLC program and apply at www.fau.edu/LearningCommunity MAKE YOUR FAU LIVING EXPERIENCE UNIQUE... Studies show that students who participate in a Living-Learning Community are more likely than traditional residence hall students to: � Experience an easy academic and social � Feel comfortable with their classroom environments transition to college � Hold leadership positions � Show a strong sense of belonging to the University � Participate in community service DO YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE TO BE A STUDENT ON AN LLC FLOOR? Ever wonder what students experience while at FAU? Our current LLC Resident Assistants will give you a glimpse into your future and all of the exciting things that go on at FAU. Visit the housing website-- www.fau.edu/housing and click on Living-Learning Communities--and read about what they have to say. Choose from one of the blogs or read them all! The FYSH Program at Glades Park Towers The First-Year Student Housing (FYSH) program at Glades Park Towers provides you the opportunity to succeed as you make the transition to college life. As a resident of GPT, you are automatically part of this program with 600 other students. REQUIREMENTS OF THE FYSH PROGRAM: � Be a resident of Glades Park Towers � Be taking college courses for the first time � Enroll in SLS 1503: Learning Strategies and Human Development during the Fall semester � Participate in the Freshman Reading program � Take part in educational, social and personal development activities � Develop and improve leadership skills WITH FYSH YOU WILL: � Develop a connection with Florida Atlantic University � Become an active participant in your floor, building and campus communities As a resident in the FYSH program, you are strongly encouraged to participate in the FYSHing Tournament. You will earn points for attending campus and community events, maintaining a strong GPA and participating in intramural sports. Points are tracked by Residence Life staff and FYSHing Tournament winners are announced on a monthly, semester and yearly basis. FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US 17 LIVING Student Programming and Involvement Opportunities Living on campus provides you with more than just a place to live. We invite you to take advantage of the many opportunities to get involved in the housing and campus communities. There are always programs and activities to attend--many of our students even help in the planning of events that are of particular interesttothem.Inaddition,therearevariousorganizationsinwhichyoucanparticipate.Severalof these groups serve as a representative voice for the residents of housing and also plan various social and community service events. Resident Student Association and Community Council Resident Student Association (RSA) is open to all residents and gives students the chance to organize, support and participate in Housing and campus activities. RSA provides you the opportunity to become involved in planning events for students and providing input on decisions made by University Housing. RSA is seen on a campus-wide level and participates in some of FAU's larger events, such as Homecoming and Clubfest. RSA is the parent organization for six Community Councils held within each of the residence halls: �AlgonquinHallCommunity Council (AHCC) �ApartmentsCommunity Council (ACC) �GladesCommunityCouncil(GCC) �HeritageParkCommunityCouncil(HPCC) �TowersCommunityCouncil(TCC) �InnovationVillageCommunityCouncil (IVCC) These Community Councils serve as the liaisons between the residence hall buildings and RSA. Together RSA and the CCs put on both educational and social programs, and hold meetings as an open forum for residents of that CC to voice their opinions and concerns with their building. RSA provides wonderful opportunities for students to not only become an involved student leader in University Housing, but also with other FAU clubs and organizations. RSA looks forward to hearing your input, and getting to know you! 18 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E Need Help? Want to get involved? Looking for Resources? FAU HAS WHAT YOU NEED ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS & DEAN OF STUDENTS Location: Student Services ContactNumber:561-297-3542 BANK ATLANTIC Location: Breezeway ContactNumber:561-361-2889 BOOKSTORE Location: South End of Breezeway ContactNumber:561-297-3720 CAMPUS RECREATION Location: Recreation and Fitness Center ContactNumber:561-297-4512 CAREER CENTER Location: Student Support Services ContactNumber:561-297-3533 CENTER FOR CIVIC ENGAGEMENT & SERVICE Location: Student Services ContactNumber:561-297-3607 DINING SERVICES Location: South End of Breezeway ContactNumber:561-297-2041 FINANCIAL AID Location: Student Support Services ContactNumber:561-297-3530 FRESHMAN ACADEMIC ADVISING SERVICES Location: Student Support Services ContactNumber:561-297-3064 MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS Location: Student Services ContactNumber:561-297-3959 NEW STUDENT & OWL FAMILY PROGRAMS Location: Student Union ContactNumber:561-297-2733 FLORIDA AT L ANT IC NIGHT OWLS Location: Student Union ContactNumber:561-297-6695 OFFICE OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES Location: Student Services ContactNumber:561-297-3540 OFFICE OF FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE Location: Student Union ContactNumber:561-297-1245 REGISTRAR'S OFFICE Location: Student Support Services ContactNumber:561-297-3050 STUDENT GOVERNMENT Location: Student Union ContactNumber:561-297-3740 STUDENT HEALTH CENTER/ PHARMACY Location: Student Services ContactNumber:561-297-3512 STUDENT INVOLVEMENT AND LEADERSHIP Location: Student Union ContactNumber:561-297-3735 STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Location: Student Support Services ContactNumber:561-297-3880 TODAY AND BEYOND WELLNESS Location: Student Services ContactNumber:561-297-1048 UNIVERSITY POLICE Location: Campus Operations ContactNumber:561-297-3500 VICTIMS ADVOCATE Location: Breezeway ContactNumber:561-297-0500 H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US 19 LIVING UNIV E R S I T Y Housing Contract Process The Department of Housing and Residential Life does not guarantee your choice of residence hall or room preferences. Assignments are done on a first-come, first served basis and on space availability. To apply for housing, please follow the steps below: � YoumusthaveaFAUstudentIDandpassword. � LogintoMyFAU.fau.edu. � Enterusernameandpassword. � Clickonthe"Students"tab. � Inthe"HousingandResidentialLife"channel,clickon"HousingOnline". � Ifyouseeawarningmessageclick"continue". � Ifpromptedclick"Login"underApplyOnline. � DependingonwhenyouareapplyingforHousing,aswellaswhichcampus,youwillseeadrop-down menu of Housing Contract options. Select the correct contract term before clicking "next". � Readthroughtheentirecontractbeforeagreeingtoit. � Printacopyofthecontractforyourownrecords. � Ifyouarerequiredtopayadeposit,thesystemwilldisplayamessage. � ThenextwebpageistheHousingContractquestionspage.AnswerallHousingContractQuestionsas these answers are very important to us. � YoumayselectyourpreferenceforbuildingandroomtypeontheLivingPreferencepage. � Ifyouarerequiredtopayadepositthesystemwillforwardyoutotheonlinepaymentsite.Youcan pay by Credit Card or Electronic Check. � Uponsuccessfulcompletionandsubmissionofyouron-linecontract,youwillseeanotificationon your screen saying "Thanks for submitting your contract". A copy of this page will be sent to your FAU e-mailaccount.Ifyoudonotseethe"Thanksforsubmittingyourcontract"pageyoursubmission failed. We will not be able to process your contract and you will have to resubmit the contract! If you want to access your Housing Assignment and Roommate information follow these steps: � YoumusthavesubmittedaHousingContractorliveoncampuscurrently. � LogintoMyFAU.fau.edu. � Clickon"HousingOnline". � Ifprompted,click"Login"underMyHousing. � OnceontheMyHousingpage,youcanviewyourinformation,current/futureroomassignmentsand roommates, future roommate requests and any ongoing current/future room selection processes. 20 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E To Select a roommate � LogintoMyHousing. � Inthenavigationmenu,select"RoomSelection" and "Roommate Selection". � EntertheZ-Numberofthestudentyouwould like to request as your roommate/suitemate. Remember: the student you are requesting must also have a valid contract or assignment. the roommate request MUST be mutual... this means that he or she will have to request you as well. � Youcanselect/changeroommates before the assignment process begins in May for the Fall semester or November for the Spring semester. Freshman Residency Requirement All full-time freshmen are required to reside in University Housing. Any freshman who wishes to receive an exemption must complete a Housing Exemption Request Form. This form is available at www.fau.edu/housing or by calling the Department of Housing andResidentialLifeat561-297-2880. Exemption requests must be received and approved before August 15 for Fall and December 15 for Spring. Freshman student residency will be verified for compliance at the start of each semester. Exemptions from this policy are made for students who: � Are21orolderbythefirstdayofclass. � Residewithparent(s)orlegalguardian(s) within a 50-mile radius of the Boca Raton campus. � Aremarried. 21 A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US LIVING FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G FAU Dining Services THE RESIDENT DINING PROGRAM -- LEAVE THE COOKING TO US Astudent'slifecangetalittlehectic,andthelastthingyouwanttoworryaboutiscooking.Inorder to help you to manage your time and provide you with a complete array of dining choices, FAU's Dining Services provides convenience and flexibility, allowing you to choose from a variety of food choices and meal plans. THE CENTRE MARKETPLACE Picture yourself enjoying an array of delicious menu options in the Centre Marketplace, conveniently located adjacent to the Student Union. Unlike a traditional cafeteria, the Centre Marketplace features restaurant-style concepts prepared right in front of you all day long. You can choose when and what you want to eat in this all-you-care-to-eat facility. The Centre Marketplace is open for meals from 7 a.m. to 10p.m.onMonday�Thursday,from7a.m.to 7:30 p.m. on Fridays and from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on weekends. (Hours of operation are subject to change.) Select from creative entrees and flavors from around the world, which are presented in styles and portions that will suit everyone's tastes. Order a charbroiled burger hot off the grill, a hearty sandwich from Bocadillos, or a freshly made salad from Wild Greens. Home-style baked goods and fragrant coffees are available at Pastelitos Caf� and Terre Ve serves up a wide selection of menu items that follow strict vegetarian guidelines. You may even want to watch as our chefs prepare sizzling fajitas or omelets at the Menutainment station. RESIDENCE HALL MEAL PLAN REQUIREMENTS AND OPTIONS Since our residence halls do not provide adequate cooking facilities for individual and regular food preparation, all students living in University residence halls are required to participate in the Resident Dining program. Each Dining Meal Plan includes a certain number of meals per week, plus two free guest meals per semester. Some of the meal plans also include "Flex Bucks," each worth one dollar. The Flex Bucks provide you with the ability to eat meals, without needing cash, at any of our on-campus retail dining operations, including the restaurants in the Breezeway Caf�. The amount of Flex Bucks varies per plan. Flex Bucks expire at the end of each semester. 22 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E Residents are required to complete a Campus Meal Plan Contract in addition to their housing contract. Residents may complete and submit the contract online, print a copy and submit it by mail. Students assigned to the residence halls who do not make a selection will automatically be placed on a meal plan and will be charged accordingly. Reasonable accommodations will be made if you require assistance meeting nutritional, medical or religious needs. Contact Dining Services if you need such accommodations. NEED MORE INFORMATION? Meal plans, prices and the Campus Meal Plan contract can be found at www.fau.edu/dining. Ifyouhavequestionsaboutthemealplanoptionsorotherdiningquestions,contactFAUCampusDiningServicesat 561-297-2041. Mon. - Thur.: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm Fri.: 7:00 am - 7:30 pm Sat. - Sun.: 11:00 am - 7:30 pm - STUDENT UNION Mon. - Fri.: 10:30 am - 11:00 pm Sat. - Sun.: 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm - STUDENT UNION Mon. - Fri.: 7:30 am - 8:00 pm Sat.: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm Sun.: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm - STUDENT UNION Mon. - Thur.: 7:30 am - 7:00 pm Fri.: 7:30 am - 2:00 pm - COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Mon. - Thur.: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm Fri.: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat.: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm Sun.: 3:00 pm - 10:00 pm - WIMBERLY LIBRARY Mon. - Thur.: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm Fri.: 7:30 am - 3:00 pm - BREEZEWAY WEST Mon. - Thur.: 7:30 am - 9:00 pm Fri.: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm - BREEZEWAY SOUTH Mon. - Thur.: 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm - GLADES PARK TOWERS The University Faculty and Staff Club COMING SOON COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING College of Education Fleming Hall Rec Center Science & Engineering College of Engineering Biomedical Science Center College of Business BS Physical Sciences Commuter Center Parking Garage Utilities Library Library Life Sciences Administration Mon. - Thur.: 10:30 am - 4:00 pm Fri.: 10:30 am - 3:00 pm BREEZEWAY General Classroom South Instructional Services Social Sciences College of Nursing Mon. - Thur.: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm Fri.: 10:30 am - 5:00 pm Live Oak College of Engineering Bookstore TOSHIBA BREEZEWAY FOOD COURT CENTER MARKETPLACE COYOTE JACK'S SU Auditorium OUTTAKES Mon. - Thur.: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm Fri.: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Student Union HPT N Algonquin Hall HPT S Student Services Arts & Letters University Theater Mon. - Thur.: 10:30 am - 5:00 pm Fri.: 10:30 am - 3:00 pm Visual Arts Arts & Humanities Housing Office GPT N IRT E IRT W GPT S Mon. - Thur.: 10:30 am - 7:00 pm Fri.: 10:30 am - 3:30 pm Mon. - Thur.: 10:30 am - 7:00 pm Fri.: 10:30 am - 5:00 pm Mon. - Thur.: 10:30 am - 4:00 pm Fri.: 10:30 am - 3:00 pm www.dineoncampus.com/fau Mon. - Thur.: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm Fri.: 10:30 am - 3:00 pm 23 FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US LIVING ently Asked Questions Frequ I HAVE THE FLORIDA PREPAID "DORMITORY PLAN." WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR ME AT FAU? When you request a residence hall, you will be given a priority assignment, provided the completed Housing Contract is returned by May 1. The "Dormitory Plan" portion of the Florida Pre-Paid College Program covers only the rate for our least expensive double room in Glades Park Towers or Heritage Park Towers. You may "upgrade" your requested preferences, but are responsible for paying any additional costs. You must indicate on your Housing Contract that you are a participant in this plan to get a priority assignment. The "Dormitory Plan" will not cover the $200 deposit. I HAVE A DISABILITY AND NEED TO REQUEST A SPECIFIC TYPE OF SPACE. WHAT SHOULD I DO? A limited number of spaces are designed to be accessible and can accommodate students with disabilities. The specific nature of your disability should be identified so we can work with you to meet your needs and make 24 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E your assignment. You must register with the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD). Specific written documentation will be requested from you and your physician or diagnostician to support the request; that documentation will be evaluated by the OSD staff and recommendations to the Housing Office will be made regarding your needs, the appropriate modifications and assignments. The process of review does take some time. The Housing Office is not able to honor requests for special accommodations without an evaluation from the OSD staff, and you need to complete the Housing Contract and OSD paperwork prior to June 1 for Fall, November 1 for Spring. speed from a given workstation will vary depending upon network traffic load. You are provided with your own data port, and in most places within the residence halls, you will be able to access the network wirelessly. AM I ALLOWED TO BRING PETS TO MY ROOM? No, you are not allowed to bring pets, other than fish as defined below. All other pets are prohibited. Any cost associated with the possession of an illegal pet will be charged to the responsible resident(s) or to all residents of the room/apartment, (damaged furniture, cleaning, pest control, etc.). Fish may be maintained as pets, as long as they are kept in fish tanks which are no larger than 10 gallons. You are responsible for maintaining the tanks and are responsible for any and all damage caused by the fish or the tank. Feeding of stray or wild animals is prohibited. I'VE READ THAT ALL ACCOMMODATIONS ARE FURNISHED. WHAT SHOULD I BRING WITH ME WHEN I MOVE IN? Residents need to provide their own linens, towels, desk lamps, cleaning supplies and trash receptacles. Students may also bring televisions, stereos and computers but may want to wait until they have received their roommate/suitemate assignments to determine their specific needs. AM I ALLOWED TO PAINT MY ROOM? No, painting resident rooms is not allowed, and this applies to both rooms and suites. WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM THE ON-CAMPUS COMPUTER NETWORK? ResNet is the high-speed computer network for the FAU residential student community. Itisasharedresource,availableinalloncampus housing locations. ResNet provides access to the World Wide Web, University e-mail accounts, individual student record information as well as access to all FAU online and distance learning materials and information. The campus network is a shared resource and actual transmission CAN I STAY IN THE RESIDENCE HALL DURING VACATIONS AND BREAKS? Yes, you are permitted to remain during Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break and Spring Break however, staff coverage may be limited during these periods. 25 A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US LIVING FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G 26 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E 27 FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US LIVING Housing on the John D. MacArthur Campus in Jupiter, Florida Residence Hall 1 (JU1) and Residence Hall 2 (JU2) are suite-style residence halls consisting of single rooms for both freshmen and upperclassmen. All suites feature a living area and two bathroom facilities. JU1 was opened in August1999andJU2openedinAugust2001. Each bedroom is equipped with unlimited access Ethernet connections and basic cable television service. Both buildings offer a multipurpose room with large-screen TV and laundry facilities. Features for each room include an extra-long bed (36" x 80" extra-long twin mattress), desk chair, dresser and closet. Residents may bring a small refrigerator and/or microwave. Refrigerators should be 3.6 cubic feet or smaller and have a maximum of 400 watts at 120 volts. Microwave ovens should be 1.4 cubic feet or smaller and have a maximum of 1,100 watts at 120 volts. Residents are expected to provide their own linens, towels, table lamps, cleaning supplies and trash recepticles. Students may also bring televisions, stereos and computers but may want to wait until they have received their suitemate/roommate assignments to determine their specific needs. Enhancing the student experience, the buildings share a courtyard featuring outdoor seating and a barbecue grill. JUPITER HOUSING AMENITIES INCLUDE: � 282beds,282singles � Multi-purposeroomwithlarge-screenTV � Mailroomservices � Laundryrooms � BasiccableTV � Wirelessnetwork(Ethernet)access 28 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E wasalways aboutwhichI ngersand swassomething pu ingamongstra "Livingoncam wouldfeelliv I ed asunsureofhow myselfsurround prehensive.Iw school,Ifound ap were in fewweeksof r freshmen who withinthefirst imarily of othe tingover,but star prised pr ovided me with of friends, com has not only pr by a new family pus, however, cam rtunitiesto ion. Living on alsotheoppo a similar situat raduating,but wardtog nenvironment homIlookfor lythrustintoa friendswithw s,Iwasinstant campu hers can, and er.Bylivingon er on whom ot growasalead becoming a lead of Arthur e the benefits beroftheMac that showed m anintegralmem e momentof uicklyIbecam enjoyedevery do,relyupon.Q onandIhave ntAssociati happenedhadI ResidentStude iswouldhave hatnoneofth ndI lysayt oncampus,a it.Icanhonest llegeandlived FAUHonorsCo he the same. " notattendedt interested to do urage everyone enco ra -- Miguel Rive BEDROOM DIMENSIONS Bedroom Type Single (rooms ending in A or D) Single (rooms ending in B or C) Approximate Bedroom Size 12'x9' 10'6"x10'6" Suite with 4 Single Rooms 29 LIVING FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US What is the MacArthur Resident Student Association? MacArthur Resident Student Association is an organization made up of students who live in the residence halls on the MacArthur (Jupiter) campus. Any student who lives on campus is eligible to be a member of MacRSA. MacRSA's purpose is to represent the students who live in the residence halls on the Jupiter campus of FAU, as well as provide programming and other social activities for the students. All students are welcome to attend the meetings, and each floor has a representative that votes in the best interest of the floor that they represent. Meetings are held on a weekly basis and provide the students with information about the various activities occurring on-campus and within the residence halls, as well as address concerns and issues that are brought up. For more information, see your Resident Assistant! MacRSA What can I do for MacRSA? MacRSA can do so many things for you! Just look at the wonderful opportunities available to you within our organization: � cometoourweeklymeetings � showushowwecanhelpyou � volunteerforleadershipopportunities � voiceyouropinionsregardingcampuslife and activities Together, we can make a difference at FAU! All it takes is your support and ideas, and we will do the rest! So, come to our next meeting and learn more about us! Once you start attending, You will become very involved within YOUR organization! What can MacRSA do for me? Are you a spirited person? Do you want to get involved? MacRSA wants you! By being a member you can: � helpplaneventsfortheresidents � voiceyouropinionaboutissuesforoncampus students � meetnewpeoplefromotherresidencehalls � getinvolvedwithcampuslife � helpotherpeopletogetoutoftheir room and involved on campus Getting involved is easy and one of the best things you could do for yourself while living on campus! H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E How do I get involved? � AttendanyMacRSAmeeting � SpeaktoyourRA � AskquestionsofanyExecutiveBoardOfficer � Call561-799-8828forspecificinformation � StopbytheHousingOfficeinthelobby of Residence Hall 1 30 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y MEAL PROGRAMS Enjoy meals in the Centre Marketplace North, conveniently located across from the residence halls. This venue offers a wide range of menu choices in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Not a traditional cafeteria, Centre Marketplace North features restaurant-style concepts where food is prepared right in front of you all day long. Students can choose when and what they want to eat. Centre Marketplace North is open for meals from 7a.m.to7:30p.m.onMonday�Fridayandfrom11a.m.to7:30p.m.onweekends(subjecttochange). From several different kiosks, students can order a charbroiled burger or a hot sandwich, or order an omelet. Home-style baked goods are available and freshly made pasta or pizza can be ordered. You may even want to make your own fresh salad. Select from creative entrees and flavors from around the world, which are presented in styles and portions that everyone can experience. Residents will also benefit from the wide selection of menu items that follow strict vegetarian guidelines. THE RESIDENT DINING PROGRAM The life of a student can be a little hectic, so the last thing you want to worryaboutiscooking.Inordertoassiststudentsintheirtime management as well as provide them with a complete array of dining choices, all students living on campus are required to participate in the Resident Dining Program. Our residence halls do not provide adequate cooking facilities for individual and regular food preparation, so FAU's Dining Services caters to your desires for convenience and flexibility, providing a variety of food choices and meal plans. Our programs are designed to meet the varied dining needs of our students. Dining Services provides a variety of nutritious menu options, personalized service and pleasant dining experiences. Reasonable accommodations will be met if students require assistance meeting nutritional, medical or religious needs. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if accommodations are necessary. RESIDENCE HALL MEAL PLAN REQUIREMENTS AND OPTIONS Each Meal Plan includes a certain number of meals per week, plus two free guest meals per semester. All students residing on campus are required to participate in the Resident Dining Program. Please Note: The plans and prices are not yet published. Please refer to www.fau.edu/dining for updates as they are available. Residents are required to complete a Meal Plan contract. This contract is in addition to the Housing contract. Residents may complete and submit the contract online at www.fau.edu/dining or you may obtainahardcopybycalling561-297-2041orbyprintingitfromthewebsite.Studentsassignedtothe Residence Halls who do not make a selection will automatically be placed on a meal plan and will be charged accordingly. Refer to www.fau.edu/dining for updates as to when the contract will be available. RESIDENCE HALL MEAL PLAN REQUIREMENTS AND OPTIONS Ifyouhavequestionsaboutthemealplanoptionsorotherdiningquestions,pleasecontactBusiness Servicesat561-297-2041. FLORIDA AT L ANT IC UNIV E R S I T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L L I F E C AM P US 31 LIVING Residence Halls Summary Algonquin Hall YEAR BUILT # OF RESIDENT BEDS ELIGIBILITY 1968 93 Freshmen and Upperclassmen By Wing Full No 1st Floor No No Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom Yes Glades Park Towers 2007 602 Freshmen Heritage Park Towers 2004 602 Freshmen and Upperclassmen By Suite Full Community 1st Floor Each Tower Yes Yes Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom Yes Indian River Towers 2001 604 Freshmen and Upperclassmen By Suite Full Community 2nd Floor Each Tower Yes Yes Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom Yes Jupiter Residence Hall 1 1999 138 Freshmen and Upperclassmen By Suite Full No 2nd Floor Yes No Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom No Jupiter Residence Hall 2 2001 143 Freshmen and Upperclassmen By Suite Full No 2nd Floor Yes No Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom No Innovation Villages North Apartment 2011 611 Upperclassmen and Graduate Students By Apartment Full Each Apartment Each Apartment Yes Yes Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom No Innovation Villages South Apartment 2011 605 Upperclassmen and Graduate Students By Apartment Full Each Apartment 1st Floor Yes Yes Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom Yes University Village Apts. 1996 510 Upperclassmen and Graduate Students By Apartment Full Each Apartment Each Building Cluster Yes No Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom Yes CO-ED VISITATION KITCHEN LAUNDRY ELEVATOR FLOOR LOUNGES IN-ROOM INTERNET CABLE TV COMPUTER LAB By Floor Full Community 1st Floor Each Tower Yes Yes Yes 1 Per Resident 1 port per Bedroom Yes 32 2 0 1 1 -2012 FL OR I D A AT L ANTI C U N I V ER SI T Y H O U SI N G A N D R ESI D EN T I A L LIF E 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, FL 33431 561.297.2880 Fax: 561.297.2881 email@example.com www.fau.edu/housing