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Where you live University’s wireless network reduces the overall quality of WiFi, and is a violation of University policy. No printer? No problem. From your room, you can print to the computer lab and pay for it when you pick it up. There are also computers in the labs for your use with Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite.

When students violate the Housing & Residential Life policies or Community Behavioral Standards, they will go through the Housing & Residential Life Student Conduct process, which is designed to be educational rather than punitive.

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We encourage all students to know their rights and what is expected of them as a student. Policies, regulations, and an outline of due process are located here: www.housing.umn.edu/guidebook.

Five Core Foundations for Success Outcomes: • Each student will do what they do best every day. • Each student will have strong and positive relationships. • Each student will make sound financial decisions. • Each student will make healthy and sustainable choices. • Each student will have an inclusive and engaged community experience.

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LIFE AT THE U OF M

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In order to ensure a healthy and respectful environment for all students, Housing & Residential Life has developed a set of Community Behavioral Standards. These standards reflect a respect for the rights and responsibilities necessary in community living situations, and help keep people safe.

UMN-TV within the residence halls provides more than 100 channels of digital content over coax cable and over 20 channels streaming online at tv.umn.edu. You must bring your own coax cable to connect your TV (no need for set-top boxes). For the best experience possible, Ethernet is recommended for streaming UMN-TV. More information on UMN-TV (including channel line-up) is available at www.resnet.umn.edu/cable.

All doors leading to residence halls, residence hall rooms, and apartments are locked 24 hours a day. You will use your U Card for access to your building or apartment. To get in, swipe or tap your U Card at the card reader. Your U Card must be activated for your residence hall during Move-In. Read more about your U Card on page 8 and at www.umn.edu/ucard.

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Our Community Standards

Where You Live

Through this process, students learn the importance of personal responsibility, the value of fairness, and the crucial role of honesty for all members of the University community.

Gold Book 2015  

The University of Minnesota Gold Book introduces first-year students and their families to many of the University’s departments and services...

Gold Book 2015  

The University of Minnesota Gold Book introduces first-year students and their families to many of the University’s departments and services...

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