Residential Education and Housing`s presentation

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 Resident
 Hall
Assistants
Directors
 Central
Office Staff Members
2 Beds (with mattresses)
 2 Closets
 2 Dressers
 2 Desks and Chairs
 Full Length Mirror
 Curtains
 Internet and Digital Cable TV Access
 Recycling and Waste Receptacles
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Room comes pre-lofted (both beds)
 Re-arrangeable
 Bunkable
 Adjustable
 Extra ladder piece provided

Option to either rent lofts (small rental fee)
or keep beds on the floor
 Re-arrangeable
 Bunkable
 Legs double as ladders!
•Mad/Lor: loft
•Bergstrom: lofts
•Mad/Lor: loft
•Bergstrom: loft
•Bergstrom:
lofts
•Mad/Lor:
lofts
Bergstrom
Hall ONLY
* Honors
Program Only
Madelaine/Lorraine
Hall ONLY
Mad/Lor
Room
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Search for “sncdp”
◦ (that stands for St. Norbert College, De Pere)
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Choose your options!
◦ Select rental term (
semester)
for a year,
◦ Select to rent a shelf (if you’d like one–
for a
).
◦ Select to rent
piece (
) ONLY if
living in Mad/Lor and wishing to set-up with LShaped lofts.
◦ Select whether or not to insure your purchase–
only
!
loft serves only person;
for either the
or
lofts are required
set-up.

Regular Campus Arrivals (August 21):
◦ Rented loft pieces will be in your room ready for
you to set-up as you wish!

Regular Honors Arrivals (August 20):
◦ Rented loft pieces will be in your room ready for
you to set up as you wish!

Early Arrivals (Before Regular Arrival Dates):
◦ Loft pieces will be delivered to your room on
Monday, August 18.
◦ Until then, college-provided beds will be available
for your comfort.
 Lofting both beds creates space
underneath for your futon, TV, chairs,
fridge, desks, etc.
 Talk to your new roommate about
futons, microwaves, TVs, refrigerators,
rugs, lamps, etc.
◦ Most of these items both roommates only
need one of!

Talk to your roommate BEFORE you
purchase a loft, especially if you plan on
having an L-shaped set-up.
Essential Items
Alarm clock
Toiletries/personal care items
Shower shoes/flip-flops
Towels and washcloths
Hangers
Bed linens size twin extra-long
Pillow(s), blanket(s)
Laundry basket/bag
Laundry detergent/fabric softener
Identification
Important medical information
Backpack or book bag
Fan
First aid kit
Heavy gauge surge protected power strip
Winter coat
Snacks
Money
Boot tray
Consider Bringing
Refrigerator (under four cubic feet, one per
room)
Iron and ironing board
Sewing kit
Additional Furniture (futon, TV stand)
Cleaning supplies
Desk organizer
Lamp/desk lamp (no halogen lamps or bulbs)
Television (smaller sized and flat panel)
DVD/Blu-Ray player
Microwave (under 700 watts, 1 per room)
Egg crate mattress pad
3M removable tape products
Dry erase board/bulletin board
Storage totes
Calendar or planner
Boot tray
Safe/safe cabinet
Shower caddy
Gaming systems
Printer (campus buildings also have printers)
Do NOT bring
Candles
Incense
Hot plates
Toasters
Sun/halogen lamps
Skillets
Gas appliances
Grills (including George Foreman
grills)
Air conditioners (need approval)
Pizza ovens
Aquariums larger than 20 gal.
Weapons of any sort
Any open flame devices
Flammable liquids
Fireworks
Extension cords (use power strips)
Anything that might scratch floors
(i.e. metal surfaces/bottoms)
Non-aquatic animals
http://www.snc.edu/housing/bring.html
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SNC has switched from cable to brand new
digital!
Tube TVs will not work!
Newer flat panel TVs can auto tune to
receive the brand new HD channels!
◦ Digital and smaller sized!
Tube TV
Flat Panel TV
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Posters
Colored Photos
Artwork
Whiteboards
YES!
NO.
Floor Lamp
Desk
Lamp
String Lights
* Sensenbrenner
desks come with
built-in lights
* College-provided
closets and desks
offer lots of storage
space– tour a room
and see for yourself!
Rolling Storage
Shower
Caddy
Tray
Rugs
* Mad/Lor, Bergstrom
and Sensenbrenner all
have tile floors; Burke
has vinyl flooring.
Boot
Welcome Mats
Email for assignments/newsletter– Mid
July.
 Verbally talk with your roommate (don’t
only rely on Facebook, texting).
 Facebook page– make sure it’s an
accurate reflection of who you are!

REH assigns students in order of
deposit date.
 Assignments are made based on
application information.
 Mutual roommate requests
 Changes until Sunday, June 22

 Roommate
Bill of Rights
◦
A roommate does not have to be your
best friend!
◦
“Tales of Roommates Past”
“Dear Housing Coordinator,
We are graduating seniors who met as
random roommates freshman year. We
became best friends and lived with each
other every year since. We would just like to
thank you for putting us together freshman
year. Our college experience would have been
very different if we had not been put
together freshman year.
Thank you!”
Roommate agreements
Guests
Sharing items (TV, microwave, clothes,
personal products, lofts)
 Cleaning– what does this mean?
 What time is bedtime?
 Alarm clock
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
Talk directly with your roommate first.
Meet with the Resident Assistant to
determine strategies on how to resolve
the issues.
 Contact your Hall Director.
 AVOID Facebook comments or other
social media!
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Approximately 50% of first year student
women will be in Sensenbrenner Hall.

Approximately 50% of first year student
men will be in Burke Hall.
Majority of students move-in on
Thursday, August 21 from 9:00 a.m. –
12:00 p.m.
 Move-in assistance: Kunkel’s Crew
 Proceed to Schneider Field.
 Bring your Knightline password and
SNC ID number!

Residence halls will close on Saturday,
December 13, 2014 for first semester.
 Residence halls open during Long
Weekend and Thanksgiving break.
 Need to notify REH staff!

Housing Agreement must be signed by all
students before moving into a residence
hall!
 Students will receive an email to the
agreement online after assignments are
made.
 Agreement has all REH policies and
procedures.

Student
Liaison for campus resources
 Leader
 Programmer
 Mediator
 Policy Monitor
 Mentor
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Keeping noise
levels reduced.
Sound should not
be heard more
than 2 doors away
from source.
To avoid
disturbing other
residents and to
maintain a
respectful
community.
10:30pm-9am
Weeknights
(Su-Th)
Midnight-9am
Weekends
(Fr-Sa)
Maintaining a
reasonable
level of noise
24 hours a day,
7 days a week.
National, State,
and Local laws
apply to all
students, faculty,
and staff.
Smoking and
chewing tobacco
are prohibited
except within 7
feet of urns.
No pets (except
fish) are allowed
in the residence
halls. This includes
“visiting” pets!
Our Website:
FAQ:
www.snc.edu/housing
www.snc.edu/housing/faq.html
Loft Instructions:
Housing Rates:
www.snc.edu/housing/loft.html
www.snc.edu/housing/housingcosts.html
Loft Rental Website:
Residence Halls:
www.collegeproducts.com/sncdp
www.snc.edu/housing/livingoptions
Our Office Phone:
(920) 403-3360
Our E-mail:
[email protected]

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