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Fall 2011 - HH Newsletter

Fall 2011 - HH Newsletter

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CSU Fall 2011 Heritage Hall Newsletter
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Heritage Hall Newsletter

WE WELCOME YOU!
Megan Nicholson Director, Residence Life

Important Dates to Remember:
Heritage Hall move-in: August 1st

The Department of Residence Life has its own mail distribution system. All mail and packages will be delivered to your building’s mailroom. Your mailbox combination will be given to you during move-in. Your mailing address is: YOUR NAME 2200 Prospect Ave. Apartment _______ Cleveland, OH 44115

Hello and welcome to Cleveland State University. We are excited that you have chosen to live on campus! College is more than classes and studying; living on campus allows you an opportunity to belong to a community, form lasting friendships and engage in your overall college experience. We have a great staff who is here to help with any questions you may have. Our office is located in Fenn Tower room 101. We are open Monday-Thursday from 8am-6pm, Friday 8am-5pm, and every 1st and 3rd Saturday from 10am-1pm. We encourage you to stop by with any questions you may have, and we look forward to meeting you.

Confirmation of Payment due: August 27th Welcome Back BBQ: August 29th

Rudy Braydich Associate Director, Residence Life

Timothy Robinson Assistant Director of Facilities

What’s Next?
Jo-Ann Wytzka Bookkeeper

Now that you have received your room assignment, you are probably asking yourself, “what do I do next?” It is a good idea to sit down and create a game plan with your parents, friends or other relatives who might be helping you on move-in day. Go over your plans a few times between now and move-in day. Check out our webpage at www.csuohio.edu/services/reslife for packing suggestions and floor plans. If you have questions about your room assignment, be sure to call our office at (216) 687-5196 so we can answer your questions.

Kamil Klincosz Assistant Resident Director, Heritage Hall

Important Arrival Information
Heritage Hall residents should arrive on Monday, August 1, 2011 between 10:00 a.m.– 3:00pm. Please park in lot 80 (entrance on Prospect Ave.) to unload your belongings. We will provide carts to assist with transporting large items. When checking in, you must have your CSU I.D. If you will not be moving in on August 1st, please contact Megan Nicholson in the Residence Life office at 216.687.5196 or m.nicholson20@csuohio.edu.

CB– Chester Building (Parking Services), 2300 Chester Avenue FT– Fenn Tower, 1983 E.24th Street (& Euclid)

MC– Main Classroom, 1899 E.22nd Street (& Euclid) HA– Heritage Hall, 2200 Prospect Avenue

Leah McMichael Front Desk Receptionist

Do you have the correct CSU Viking Card?
The Department of Residence Life wants your move in to go as smoothly as possible! One of the things you can do to help with this process is to make sure you have the correct Viking Card prior to move-in day. Students who live on campus are issued a special Viking Card that can be programmed for the security system in the residence halls. Before April 2011, resident access cards had a 5-digit proxy number on the back; if you have one of those cards you do not need to get a new Viking Card. However, if you have a Viking Card that was issued At the beginning of each semester, you will have to pay your room and board fees in full; be registered for the Budget Payment plan; or have enough Financial Aid to cover the fees. If your financial aid hasn’t been disbursed yet, you will need to pick up a confirmation of payment form from the Department of Treasury Services which is located in the Main Classroom on the first floor. If you have any further questions please contact Campus 411 at 216.687.5411. before April 2011, and it does not have the 5-digit proxy number on the back, you need to get a new Viking Card. Please find time to stop by the Viking Card office in room 112 of the Main Classroom building (open Monday- Friday 8am-5pm, every 1st and 3rd Saturday 10am-1pm) and get the correct ID card before arriving to move into your residence hall. If you do not live in the area, please plan to stop at the Viking Card office when you arrive on move-in day. If you have further questions regarding your Viking Card please contact Viking Card office at 216-875-9888.

Dishes: silverware and microwavable cups, bowls, mugs (service for one), dish soap to clean, can opener. Vacuum & Broom: The community desk has vacuum cleaners, but having your own is more convenient. Paper towels, tissues, toilet paper, etc. Back-up stock: it is helpful to stock up on items like soap, toothpaste, detergent, and other things which tend to be expensive at the nearby drug stores. Personal First Aid Kit: aspirin, band-aids, cold and allergy supplies, etc. Shower Curtain Multiple Outlet Surge Protector: must have UL approval Umbrella: you’ll be walking a lot. Small rug: tile floors in bathroom can be cold. Closet hangers and over the door hooks. Linens: towels, washcloths, bed sheets (regular twin size), comforter, pillows, mattress pad. Laundry supplies: laundry basket, detergent, and sewing kit. Alarm clock: you don’t want to be late for class. Cell Phone

Microwave Pots and pans Stationary: stamps and envelopes are great to have in your room for convenience sake. Cleaning supplies: bring your own cleaning supplies for your room & bathroom. Waste baskets. Television and Cable cords. Computer Pictures/Posters and (removable) Poster Mounts: To make your room feel like home. Tool Kit Radio Movies/DVD’s: For late night movie night. Warm winter coat, boots, and gloves School Supplies: Pens, pencils, highlighters, notebooks, folders, paper, stapler Daily Planner: To make sure you know what you have going on. Application can be found at - http:// www.csuohio.edu/services/reslife/RHA/ applications.html
MISSION - The Residence Hall Association shall be to educate and enhance the residence hall experience through programming, advocacy, and leadership development.

We are currently accepting applications for all of the RHA Executive Board positions for the 2011-2012 school year. Visit our website to view each position to learn more about their assigned duties and tasks. To submit an application please fill out the application and drop it off either at your community desk located in Fenn Tower, Euclid Commons, or Heritage Hall. Or you may drop off/mail your application to the Department of Residence Life located in Fenn Tower Room 101.

Renter’s insurance is a type of insurance you take out to protect your personal possessions while you are renting a residence. Renter’s insurance will not only protect your personal items, but can also help in providing temporary housing for you in the interim period if your residence hall becomes damaged. Additionally, renter’s insurance will also cover liability or any damage you cause to other people or their property. Overall, renter’s insurance is a great way to protect yourself and your belongings while living in the residence halls. Contact your insurance company to find out if they have renters insurance. It’s cheaper than you think!

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