To avoid congestion on move-in day, you will need to complete the Express Check-In form in Student Portal found at EXPRESS CHECK-IN LINK.
*By completing the Express Check-In, you can avoid steps 2 and 3 below.
The Residence Halls will open at 9am and remain open all day. While planning your move-in, you may want to consider arriving sometime after 9am to avoid congestion.
If you ordered a loft prior to Aug. 11th, it will already be set up for you in your room. Loft orders placed after Aug. 11th will need to be picked up. Check move-in day signage for where to pick up your loft. Rules, regulations and additional information about lofts are available at: http://www.uww.edu/housing/residencehalls/bedlofts
Lofts are available for rent at www.bedloft.com. If you have any questions, call (866) 651-5638 or (217) 351-5502
Mattress sizes are all 36” x 80”, so you will need to purchase extra long twin size sheets (available at department stores). National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), sells linens to students. For more information about purchasing linens from NRHH, call (800) 957-4338 or go to www.rhl.org/wwh.
Removal of university furniture is prohibited, and all furniture must remain in the apartments and common areas to which it has been allocated. Lobby, lounge, and basement furniture or other university property is not permitted in your room.
As a general rule, students are not allowed into the apartments prior to the official opening dates in the fall unless the student is affiliated with a university-sponsored activity (athletic participation, campus employment, etc.) Requests for an early check-in should come from the appropriate university sponsor.
Some individuals may face specific circumstances that may require an early check-in to the apartments. For students approved for early arrival, there will be a non-refundable charge of $15 per day prior to the start of the University Housing contract which begins September 4th. Requests made after Friday, August 19th will be assessed an additional one-time administrative fee of $20. Please realize that early arrival check-in may be refused for any individual who fails to provide prior notice.
Early arrivals will check-in at the 1st floor desk in Goodhue Hall, unless previous arrangements have been made by the university sponsor.
Cambridge provides residents with an analog cable television lineup and wired internet service. Cable television services and rates/fees that are available to Cambridge residence hall students may vary as the property owner is responsible for any changes to these services and not the university or University Housing . ResNET provides wireless networking and support for you to get connected to the internet. Internet access is provided by the property owner. If the provided internet access proves inadequate for your use, you and your roommates may choose to contract with Charter or ATT for internet access at your expense.
Fox Meadows provides residents with an analog cable television lineup and wireless internet service. Cable television services and rates/fees that are available to Fox Meadows residence hall students may vary as the property owner is responsible for any changes to these services and not the university or University Housing . ResNET will provide support for you to get connected to the internet. Internet access is provided by the property owner. If the provided internet access proves inadequate for your use, you and your roommates may choose to contract with Charter or ATT for internet access at your expense.
University Housing Technology provides general technology support for students living in University Housing accommodations. To access policies and information, please visit our website at: http://uww.edu/housing/services/technology/resnet/ or contact our office via phone at 262-472-3233 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cambridge: $90 per semester
Fox Meadows: $250 for the year
The university is not liable for personal property which may be lost, stolen, or damaged in any way, nor does it carry insurance to cover such losses. Students should check with their families about insurance coverage.
All students are responsible for helping to maintain the security of the apartment complex. This may be done by locking doors, following established procedures, and immediately reporting all suspicious behavior to University Housing staff members.
*On-campus mail will be hand delivered by the RAs for both buildings.
UW-Whitewater has many opportunities for employment on campus for work study and non-work study students.
Please visit http://www.uww.edu/career/hawkjobs.php for employment opportunities on and off campus.
University Housing utilizes HawkJobs to announce position openings throughout the year as do many other departments on campus. To gain a better understanding of positions available within University Housing, please visit: Staff