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Using the Multi-Purpose Room:

 
The Student Village MPR is available for general use (Open MPR Night) every Sunday from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. during the regular school year. It can also be scheduled for events or private use by contacting the Student Village Apartment Manager. For further details on how to contact Apartment Manager Please refer to pervious page, Student Village Homepage, under "MPR Usage" and How to "Contact Your Staff.​" 
 

Ongoing Programs

Spring Quarter 2014:

 
Open MPR Night
Student Village MPR
EVERY SUNDAY from 7-9PM
*MPR is open to everyone; feel free to bring friends, even if they don't live in the apartments, bring any games and meet your neighbors!
*Come play pool, ping pong, foosball, Wii games, board games, video games, movies, music and more! Come and hang out!
 
Study Group and Tutoring
Student Village MPR
EVERY THURSDAY from 8-10PM
*Everyone is welcome! There will be tutors to assist you in mathematics up through Calc 4, chemistry, geography, and English.
*Come and enjoy a quiet environment to study, and optional tutoring
*Good way to meet people and find study partners 
 
  

Upcoming Programs

Spring Quarter 2014:

Pizza & Picasso:
Friday, May 30th at 7pm
Student Village MPR
*Come and make your own pizza!
 
Wizarding Night HP Style!
Saturday, May 31st 7-9PM
*Come and relax before the end of the quarter. There will be movies, FREE themed food, and activieies. 

 

 
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Student Village Spring News

 
WELCOME BACK!! Your Student Village Staff welcomes you and wishes you all a fantastic quarter ahead! 
 
Office hours are CHANGED to Monday-Thursday from 2-3pm and 8-9pm on Sundays in Student Village apartment C8. 
 
Call the Apartment Duty Phone Monday-Friday from 5pm - 8am and 24 hours a day on weekends for any questions/ concerns/ lockouts/ emergencies at (509) 201-6112.
 
If you are checking out:
*ONLY APPLICABLE FOR TIMES EXCLUDING MAY 30th - JUNE 17th, 2014. For information if you are checking out between the dates May 30th - June 22, 2014, please the information stated under IMPORTANT INFORMATION. 
1. Make sure you submit your 30 Day Vacate Notice.
2. Contact Veronica (Apartment Manager), or Hazel (Community Programmer) to schedule your check out at least 3 days prior.
3. Make sure to clean your apartment thoroughly, to avoid cleaning charges.
4. Refer to 2012-2013 Apartment Reference Guide pages 20-24 for further details.
        *How to contact Veronica Guadarrama: 1. Email guadarrv@cwu.edu
                                                                        2. Call apartment phone (509) 963-8603
                                                                        3. Call office phone (509) 963-8663  
                                                                        4. Come to office hours Sun.-Thurs. 4-5pm. 
       
          *How to contact Hazel Tickner:       1. Email ticknerh@cwu.edu
                                                                         2. Knock on apt. D17

 

Steps for Checking Out During MAY 30th- JUNE 17nd, 2014.

1) In advance, at least 72 hours, go to the University Housing website: www.cwu.edu/housing.
2) Select Closing Information Banner Image (rotating) or go to www.cwu.edu/housing/closing.
3) Select the "booknow" button in the lower right hand corner.
4) Select the area of campus in which you live. Then select your apartment complex.
5) Select "No preference" (This gives you more time options)
6) Select the optional Date and Time for your Check Out.
7) Complete all the fields. Please be sure to complete the additional information with your room number and anyone else who is checking out with you (Also include a 10 digit phone number that your housing staff can contact you if he or she is running late).

 
Student Village Laundry

In order to insure a safe, clean, and functioning laundry facility, please abide by the following guidelines.

*Please remove clothes within 30 minutes of the end of the wash/dry cycle
*If clothes have been in the washer/dryer for more than 30 minutes after their cycle is complete, tenant may remove other tenant’s items if all of the other machines are in use and you are waiting for a machine
*If removing clothes, please respectfully place them on top of the machine that they were in
*Please remove dryer lint from dryer after clothes have been dried
*Please do not lend keys to non-tenant
*Please do not take items that do not belong to you
*For more information on laundry please refer to 2013-2014 Apartment Guide pg. 38

Student Village Waste
In order to maintain a clean and non-hazardous Student Village environment tenants are expected to dispose of their trash and recycling materials in provided containers in the proper areas.

Please do not leave garbage on stairwells, porch/patio areas, or areas outside the apartment door (please keep it clean & tidy)
Garbage can attract pests and rodents as well as unpleasant smells for neighbors
Leaving trash outside encourages also bug infestations, and can become a safety hazard (tripping, etc.)
Trash or recycling materials that are disposed of improperly and traceable to an apartment will result in a $50 fine and the cost of cleaning and proper disposal
For more information please read 2013-14 Apartment Guide
There are multiple trash and recycling areas located around Student Village, so please help keep Student Village Clean
Thank you for your cooperation

Smoking:
In accordance with state law, smoking is prohibited within 25 feet of all university buildings. This includes balconies and stairwells to apartments or public areas. Out of common courtesy, refrain from smoking near entrances and to properly dispose of cigarette butts in appropriate receptacles. Hookahs of any type are not allowed to be activated inside apartment spaces. Also, for those that use coals, it is reminded that used coals should not be brought into the apartments. Electronic cigarettes are not allowed to be used inside apartment spaces either. Tenants may establish further policies regarding the distance one can smoke from the buildings. Fines can be assessed to clean drapes for those who violate smoking policy. (Referenced from 2013-14 Apartment Guide pg. 54). 
 
Cars/Vehicles:
Driving on sidewalks or access malls is only allowed during check in or checking our process (such as when you're moving in or moving out). Driving up on sidewalks or access malls is strictly prohibited at any other time. No motor vehicles, including motorcycles or mopeds, will be permitted to park on the planted areas of university property. Tenants may only drive on access malls with a mall permit which is available at Public Safety and Police Services or at a parking kiosk.
 
For upcoming programs, please look above. 
 

IMPORTANT NEWS! 

Steps for Checking Out During MAY 30th- JUNE 17nd, 2014.
 
1) In advance, at least 72 hours, go to the University Housing website: www.cwu.edu/housing.
2) Select Closing Information Banner Image (rotating) or go to www.cwu.edu/housing/closing.
3) Select the "booknow" button in the lower right hand corner.
4) Select the area of campus in which you live. Then select your apartment complex.
5) Select "No preference" (This gives you more time options)
6) Select the optional Date and Time for your Check Out.
7) Complete all the fields. Please be sure to complete the additional information with your room number and anyone else who is checking out with you (Also include a 10 digit phone number that your housing staff can contact you if he or she is running late).