January 17th 2017
Housing application for language and international interest houses in North Village Building C. The wing includes seven five-person apartments, and five of these houses focus on specific academic areas (Chinese, German, French, Spanish, and the Middle East/North Africa [MENA]).
Applicants for this community might include students with an interest in international or foreign language studies, international students, or students who have lived or traveled abroad. Sophomores are encouraged to apply but please note that preference may be given to students with more academic or international study experience. While a previous background in the particular language or academic area may strengthen a student’s application for a specific house, students do NOT have to be majoring in that field to be considered for the house.
Application available online here. Deadline is February 6, 2017
Students will be notified of acceptance by February 10, 2017
Accepted students must commit by February 17, 2017. Once committed, students will not be permitted to participate in Room Selection.
February 1st 2017
The Gender Inclusive Living Community located in Allegheny Hall is a space for people of all gender identities and expressions and affirms the cultural experiences of LGBTQ students and allies, while welcoming the diverse and complex identities of every resident.
The Gender Inclusive Living Community provides options for a variety of students: those who feel uncomfortable rooming with members of the same sex, transgender students in the process of discovering their gender identity, and students who feel they would be more compatible living in a community that supports all gender identities and expressions.
Restrooms in this building are designated all-gender.
This is an intentional community for those who promote inclusively regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender-expression.
APPLICATION DUE FEBRUARY 13, 2017
December 14th 2016
Before you leave campus please be sure to follow winter break closing guidelines and procedures. Below is a check list of items that we ask you to pay close attention to as you leave for break.
CLOSING DATES AND TIMES FOR COLLEGE-OWNED RESIDENCES
All College-owned residences (residence halls and College-owned houses and apartments) are closed over winter break. ALL facilities will close at noon on Wednesday, December 21st at NOON and re-open on Saturday, January 14th @ 10am.
PLEASE NOTE: Students will not be permitted in the buildings during this time. Student ACCESS will be turned off at noon on December 21st and reactivated on January 14th at 10am for move in. It is our expectation that students DO NOT access campus owned residences during the break.
Any unapproved student found to be accessing a building, house or apartment may face fines and/or conduct.
WINTER CLOSING GUIDELINES
IMPORTANT: All residents need to make sure that these items are complete as they leave campus.
PLEASE NOTE* If you are leaving Allegheny (Study Abroad, Leave of Absence, Withdrawing or Graduating) at the end of finals, please make sure to check out with your RA, sign your RCR and turn your key(s) into the Office of Residence Life or Public Safety before you leave campus. Students will be charged $125 for a lock change if keys are not returned by the afternoon of Wednesday, December 21.
Guidelines for Residents for Winter Closing: (students in apartments or houses please translate this information to include common spaces, kitchens and bathrooms)
- Unplug all electrical items in your space.
- Unplug, empty, defrost, and clean personal refrigerators then leave the door propped open. If applicable, empty out College owned refrigerators, but leave them on and running.
- Take out your trash and clean your space including bathrooms and kitchens.
- Make sure all personal items are taken out of lounges, kitchens/kitchenettes and bathrooms.
- Take home any open food items.
- Turn down your heat. (if you have a knob set at 2, if you have a thermostat, please set it at 55) DO NOT TURN HEAT OFF COMPLETELY.
- Take your plants and fish home with you.
- Close and lock your windows.
- Close your blinds
- Turn off your lights and lock your door.
RESIDENCE LIFE STAFF WILL BE CHECKING ALL ROOMS/SPACES AFTER STUDENTS HAVE LEFT TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE SECURE FOR THE BREAK.
ANY ITEMS THAT COULD BE A POTENTIAL HAZARD OR ARE NOT COMPLETED ACCORDING TO GUIDELINES WILL BE DOCUMENTED AND STUDENTS MAY FACE FINES AND/OR CONDUCT.
HAVE A GREAT BREAK!