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The Front Desk of each residence hall is staffed with a 24-hour Desk Receptionist (DR). The Front Desk is the place where residents may check-out hall equipment, sign for loaner keys, ask questions and report facility problems.

The Front Desk also serves as an informational center for your building. Front Desk staff may be reduced during holiday hours when student occupancy is lower.

During breaks and holidays, Desk Operations in the Seahawk Apartment communities may be consolidated into one of the other communities. All desks can be found in the residence hall's lobby except for the (University Suites which is located in Schwartz Hall).

In the Seahawk apartment communities, the Crossing desk is located in building two, the Landing desk is located in building 6, and the Village desk is located in the clubhouse.

Health and Safety Inspections are conducted by your Residence Coordinator, the Director of Environmental Health and Safety and a facilities staff member.

This inspection ensures that each room is in a sanitary and safe condition. These inspections will occur each semester.

Rooms that are unacceptably dirty and/or unhealthy will be cleaned by university personnel and the residents will be charged a minimum of $25.00 for trash removal and $25.00 for room cleaning. A Residence Coordinator will generally follow up on citations after 48 hours of issuance.

Any infraction in plain view is subject to documentation and ultimately may be referred through the campus judicial system. Please keep your rooms reasonably clean at all times to avoid this unpleasant possibility.

Traditional Halls have housekeepers that clean student bathrooms and common areas lobbies, hallways, public areas, laundry rooms) daily except for University Suites.

Seahawk Crossing, Landing, and Village ave common areas that are all cleaned daily. Students will be responsible for cleaning their own spaces and bathrooms in these areas.

iPrint machines are located in each of our residential facilities in order to serve your printing needs. Find how to use iPrint and find locations.

Laundry and vending (soda and snack machines) facilities are provided in all residence hall areas. Use of laundry equipment is included in room rates. Problems with vending services should be reported to the Auxiliary Services Office at 910.962.3178. or laundry issues file a maintenance request.

Students are allowed to bring their own refrigerators and/or microwaves to use in their rooms when they move in. Refrigerators cannot be larger than 4.9 cubic feet.

Additionally, Housing & Residence Life has partnered with Standards For Living to supply students with MicroFridge units. The MicroFridge is an energy efficient, Energy Star rated combination appliance, featuring a refrigerator/freezer and microwave oven with a patented electrical system.

Renting a MicroFridge unit instead of bringing their own refrigerator is a practical and energy efficient option. To find out how to rent a MicroFridge, refer to Standards For Living.