Twenty-four-hour laundry rooms are located in all halls and apartments. State-of-the-art, Maytag washers and dryers are available to students at a no charge. Don't forget to bring your washing detergent and dryer sheets.
Internet connections are available for each student in every residence. We've set up each room with enough network connections for each student to have a dedicated line. Just bring your own network cable and plug in. Still not impressed? Feel free to utilize the FREE Wi-Fi network in each of our residence hall lobbies for added mobility. Students are expected to adhere to all TBR and APSU policies, procedures and guidelines for network usage.
Halls and apartments receive free extended (non-premium) cable television service. Additionally, residents have access to the Housing Channels 10 and 11. Channel 11 shows first-run feature movies every night. When movies are not being shown, the channel runs useful information via a video bulletin board format. Channel 10, lists information focuses on housing issues, deadlines and upcoming residence hall programs, though other major university announcements are posted as well.
There are a limited number of private rooms available on a first-come, first-served basis. For next year the freshmen rooms will be located in Blount and Harvill halls for Freshmen. For upperclassmen, Hand Village consists of 4 private rooms in a 4 person suite and Miller Hall is all private rooms for men. We also have Marion Street Apartments which consist of two private rooms per apartment. Students may request private rooms during the University's Great Change Day. Private rooms obtained during Great Change Day are guaranteed for the semester of the change only. Student will be charged a private room rate for the semester.
Trained residence hall staff make regular rounds of residence halls, and are on duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help meet student needs. Lobby areas in each hall and apartment are equipped with vending machines and televisions, where students can meet and study together. Also, kitchen areas with stoves and microwaves are available in each hall. Campus police are on duty 24 hours a day, and can be contacted quickly via an emergency phone number. Meal plans are available to all residents and commuters. Dining options include Cafe dining, fast-food-style dining in the Food Court and Austin's Diner, a coffee shop, and a convenience store. For more information about Dining Services, call (931) 221-7474 or visit http://www.dineoncampus.com/apsu.
Certain APSU residence halls are open during the summer to host summer camps and conferences. We offer a variety of options, which can be tailored to meet needs of each group. During conferences, halls are supervised by a conference assistant -- a student housing staff member. This assistant is available to help with housing-related issues from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. each day the building is occupied, as well as aiding in check-in and check-out. Visit our Camps and Conferences area or call the Housing office at (931) 221-7444 for more information about conference rates, rules and regulations and the conference period.