The Artists' Residence is a state-of-the-art living and working environment for undergraduate and graduate student artists. The building was designed to create a convenient, safe and comfortable environment for student artists to live and learn. Amenities include 2-story workrooms, 24/7 security, telephone with voicemail for each student, high-speed internet connections with data/cable hook up for each student, all utilities included (except long distance phone), fully furnished bedrooms and common areas, full-service kitchens with eat-in dining area, and air conditioning. An additional amenity is a partial meal plan in the Dining Commons of the student center, which is required of students living in the Artists' Residence. Other conveniences include a first floor laundry room, mailroom, offices for residence staff and property management, outdoor courtyard areas, and a convenience store located at the entrance of the building.
A resident director and eight student community assistants live and work in the Artists' Residence. In addition to planning social, educational, and cultural programs these individuals act as resources to counsel and advise on-campus students on both academic and personal issues, report building or maintenance problems, and help out in emergency situations.
Leases: Students have the option of signing up for the academic year term or the academic year and summer term (ends 08/11/2009).
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