The Office of Residential Life at Union College supports both the mission of the College and the mission of Student Affairs by providing a living environment that fosters personal development, cultivates opportunities for student learning outside the classroom, encourages global responsibility, and develops engaged, active citizens through service to the community.
Please note that Union College is a residential college. All students are required to live on campus for their entire time at Union College, provided space is available. Historically, all seniors who wish to live on campus are able to be accommodated. Only a limited number of seniors are released each year to live off campus. Students are discouraged from signing a lease with a landlord off campus until they are given explicit permission to live off campus.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING CLOSING
- Students must vacate their housing within 24 hours of their last final. All halls close at 3pm on Friday, 6/13/14. If you need to stay longer, you will need permission from your Residence Director (for res halls/themes/apartments), Liz Artz (for Greek houses) or Laura Persico (for Minerva houses). Students graduating must vacate their rooms by 6pm on Sunday, 6/15/14. Students not approved to stay late will be charged $100 per night after their permitted closing date.
- ALL students must complete the check out process and return their key (check out with your RA/House manager or through an express check out form). Students not checking out properly will receive a $50 improper check out fee.
- Any trash/items/damage left behind in your room will be subject to damage charges that will post to your student account over the summer. Please clean up behind yourself!
Good luck with finals, and have a great summer!