Lounge areas are conveniently located on each floor within The University Village. Loitering is not permitted in lounge or TV areas during quiet hours (11:00 p.m. — 8:00 a.m. daily). If noise violations are a concern, HRE staff may elect to close and secure study and meeting rooms during quiet hours (11:00 p.m. — 8:00 a.m. daily).
The meeting rooms in Phase I and Phase II may be reserved for academic and programming purposes. Residents/faculty/staff may submit a Room Reservation Request via the Department of Housing and Residential Education website. Student organizations may submit a Room Reservation Request with the approval from the Office of Campus Life & Student Activies. A list of available rooms may be found on the Department of Housing and Residential Education’s website.
Please employ these useful tips when using the laundry rooms. It will go a long way in creating a clean and comfortable living environment for everyone in the community as well as enhance safety measures.
- Please clean out the lint trap in the dryer after each use. Neglecting to clean the lint trap will not only inconvenience the next resident who uses the dryer, but more importantly, it can create a fire hazard. Lint build-up in the trap can cause the pilot light to spark and set fire to the lint. As responsible University Village community members, residents must do their part to keep The University Village community clean and protect the community against fire hazards.
- Please clean up after yourself while you are using the laundry room and after you have finished your laundry; this includes, but is not limited to: removing lint from lint traps, discarding used dryer sheets, cleaning up spilled laundry detergent, and other miscellaneous laundry materials. It is important for University Village residents to be considerate of their fellow community members when using community resources.
- Please do not forget your clothes in the washing machine and/or the dryer. Leaving your clothes in a machine may prevent another resident from washing/drying his or her clothes. As a reminder, set your cell phone timer to the time remaining on the machine. By doing this, your cell phone will alert you when your clothes have finished washing or drying.
Computer Labs are available to residents of The University Village Phase I and Phase II twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. To obtain access to a computer lab, the resident must request a computer lab access card at the Service Desk of Phase I or Phase II. In order to receive a computer lab card, the resident must submit his/her PUC ID which will be kept at the Service Desk until the resident turns the computer lab card back in at the Service Desk. If there is high demand for access to the computer lab, all computer lab users will be limited to one hour access. Residents who obtain computer lab cards must use the computer lab throughout the duration of their possession of the computer cards. When residents are finished using the computer lab, the computer lab cards must be returned to the respective Service Desk. Residents who are found using the computer labs without properly checking out computer lab cards may be subject to resident conduct proceedings.
Music Practice Rooms
Residents are encouraged to use the music practice rooms in Phase II to alleviate noise complaints in other areas of The University Village community.
Facilities Use and Posting Policy
The Facilities Use and Posting Policy defines areas on campus that can be used and in what manner those areas may be used, whether for community groups, peaceful gatherings, or designated areas for use by students, faculty, and staff. All groups interested in using The University Village facility for publicity of events must gain approval from the Office of Campus Life and Activities, Purdue University Calumet Information Desk, and/or the Assistant Director or Director of Housing and Residential Education.
All signs, posters, or other items must be stamped/approved by the Information Desk in the Student Union Library and approved by the Assistant Director or Director of Housing and Residential Education before being posted in public areas. Postings that by nature infringe on individual rights or promote activities, causes or initiatives prohibited by university regulations, and/or local, state or federal laws are not permitted (including but not limited to gambling, alcohol, tobacco, firearms, drugs, sexually explicit words or pictures, or illegal activities). Approved materials must be posted by the Housing and Residential Education staff.
For the safety of residents, guests, and staff, parking lots and interior common areas are monitored by closed circuit television.
One parking space is provided for each resident of The University Village. Double parking, parking in fire lanes, parking in staff spaces , or parking in handicap spaces (without a valid handicap placard/plate/etc) will result in a ticket or towing at the resident’s expense.