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To Towers, NorthView and Lake Claire:
To Nike, Hercules, Libra, Apollo and Neptune:
Parking and unloading areas are not near the residence halls and check-in stations. Therefore, we recommend that families bring their own hand cart or dolly to transport items from their vehicles. Parking and traffic patterns will be strictly enforced to ensure continuous flow. Do not park in fire lanes, service vehicle parking, or reserved parking at any time during move-in. Standing in an unloading zone could result in ticketing and towing.
Should you find any maintenance or cleaning needs during move-in, visit your community office.
Throughout the year, residents can easily report maintenance or housekeeping concerns in the following ways:
In urgent situations such as an inoperative elevator, toilet running over, power outage, an extremely hot or cold room, call the Work Control Center immediately. In addition, notify your community office of the urgent situation so that we may assist you.
If you would like to have your bed raised or lowered, put in a request at your community office to have maintenance staff assist you. Only maintenance staff are allowed to alter bed heights. Only twin XL beds can be adjusted.
In order to connect to the internet in your room, you will need a computer equipped with at least a 10Mb Ethernet interface and a standard Ethernet cable to connect the computer to the provided Ethernet wall jack.
Watch this video to see the internet setup process. You may view more information at the ResNetwebsite. If you have questions regarding your internet set-up, you may contact the UCF IT Support Center at 407-823-5117.
All rooms are equipped with a residential cable converter box and cable TV service. You will need to provide your own television, coax or HDMI cord. If you are in a shared room, we suggest communicating with your roommate to decide who needs to bring a TV. Watch this video to see the cable setup process.
During move-in you will receive a Community Living Guide which outlines the Department of Housing & Residence Life’s community standards, procedures, and services provided by our university. The Community Living Guide along with the housing contract, living learning community expectations, and communication from our staff, are here to ease your transition to on-campus living. Should you need additional support or have a specific question about a policy or procedure after reading these materials, your Resident Assistant (RA), Graduate Coordinator (GC) and Area Coordinator (AC) will be happy to assist you.