RA on Duty Phone Numbers
Resident Assistant’s are on duty from 7 PM to 7 AM. You can reach the RA on duty at the following numbers:
Brown-Cody: (512) 819-7351
Mabee/Kurth: (512) 819-7350
HB/MS/Ruter: (512) 522-4809
McCombs/LC/DLC: (512) 827-8729
Move-in for fall 2014 will be on Friday August 15 for first-year students and Friday August 22 for returning students.
No students will be permitted to move in to campus housing before designated move-in times. Only those who have a direct faculty/staff rationale for return will be approved. Faculty and staff can send requests to Elliott Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the student, date they are wanting to arrive early, and reason. Fall semester requests need to be received by June 30.
Damages and Room Condition Reports
Upon moving into their assigned room, residents are required to complete the online Room Condition Report Form (RCR). This is the one and only way students can report pre-existing damages for which they do not want to be held responsible. During the year, residents are encouraged to report damages as soon as they occur.
Roommates will develop a roommate contract each year explaining expectations of their rooming relationship. The following questions can be used as guide to help you and your roommate build a roommate contract. Click Here.
If you are locked out of your room, you can call the RA on duty from 7:00 PM-7:00 AM to have them let you in. SUPD can be reached at (512) 863-1944 during times an RA is not on duty.
Lost Key Protocol
Lost keys should be reported immediately to your RA. There will be a $100.00 charge for the replacement of a room key or access key. This charge includes the cost of changing the lock and issuing new keys to both or all residents. Once a new key request is submitted, the resident must go to the Business Office and pay the cashier the fee.
Tuition and Fee Rates
Click Here to see a full list of tuition, housing, and meal plan rates for the 2014-2015 school year.
Meal Plan Information
Click here for 2014-2015 meal plan information, rates, and changes and cancellation procedures.
Housing assignments are done online during the month of April. An email will be sent to all students regarding the process for signing up for housing. All students must go through housing sign-ups if they plan to live on campus. Sign-ups are according to the average number of hours of all those intending to sign up together. Southwestern has a 2-year housing requirement therefore all first and second year students are required to live on campus. Summer housing is available in the Lord Residential Center. All apartments are furnished with a full kitchen. A meal plan is not provided for the summer.
More information on Residence Life and policies can be found on pages 31-41 in the SU Student Handbook.
For resources for our current resident assistant staff please click here.