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University Housing residents may request and reserve meeting rooms and other spaces using the University Housing space reservation system.
All University residence halls or complexes have vending facilities. Locations vary in each complex. Products vended include canned sodas and juices, candies, chips, cookies, and gum. Dollar bill changers are available in most areas. Instructions for vending refunds are posted on the vending machines.
Vending machines are in the following locations:
In addition to the ethernet connection in every University Residence Hall room, there is a 24-hour computer lab for residents only. The lab offers up-to-date equipment and a wide variety of programs, as well as a scanners and loans of digital cameras. The lab is staffed with consultants during busiest hours who offer support and answer questions. Visit the Technology area to learn more about our computer labs.
All halls have exercise rooms with a variety of equipment including, stair climbers, nautilus machines, free weights, rowing machines, and stationary bikes.
Residents of undergraduate residence halls can check out a key for their hall's kitchenette from their front desk.
Daniels and Sherman Halls have two community kitchens. Residents may reserve kitchen space at the hall front desk. Due to the number of people who use the kitchen, reservations are limited and should be made at least a few days in advance. All reservations end at 10 pm.
Residents can store items in the kitchen. Items should be airtight and clearly labeled with the resident’s name and phone number. Large quantities of food should not be stored in the kitchen refrigerator. Four times per semester the refrigerator will be defrosted and all food will be thrown out. Any violation of food storage policy may result in food being discarded. We cannot take responsibility for missing food or utensils.
All University Residence Halls have recycling bins available in the following locations:
Ashton Woods, Goodwin-Green, and Orchard Downs residents can take recyclable materials to the drop-off locations in their apartment communities.
No plastic bags, please! Take them to local grocery stores.
Glass is not currently accepted in University Housing; however, there are several options for residents who wish to recycle:
The City of Champaign has a free 24-hour recycling drop-off site open seven days a week. The site is located at 1701 Hagan Drive, Champaign, just east of Home Depot (off of Bloomington Road). The site is a two-sort program, which means that materials are separated into fibrous (paper) items and containers. They also accept glass at this drop-off site. For those who live in single to four-plex residences, curbside recycling is available. Those who live in these types of residences should contact their local waste hauler for details. Curbside service is currently not available to complexes more than four units, Greek houses, or private housing.
The City of Urbana has set up an extensive community recycling program, called U-Cycle, that services citizens as well as student residents living in houses and apartments. The program includes curbside collection of recyclables for single family homes, and at least one recycling location at each multifamily complex (apartment.) The program is a "two-stream" system, meaning recyclables are separated into two distinct categories: fibrous (paper) materials and containers. These services are automatically available to all residents of Urbana, and are funded by fees paid by property owners (whether or not apartment tenants incur those fees as well is solely dependent on the complex owner's policy). Recycling is an individual responsibility, but Urbana makes it very easy!
Housing Facilities Operations Office1005 S. Lincoln Avenue, Room 6Urbana, Illinois 61801
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Courtesy telephones are located on each residence hall floor. These phones can be used to make calls on campus only. In an emergency, dial 9-911 from a courtesy phone to reach emergency services.
If you would like to activate the land line telephone in your room, you may contract for this service with the campus telecommunications department. They can also provide information on fees and billing.
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