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    Your Guide to Staying At University Village

UNIVERSITY VILLAGE PROVIDES HOUSING FOR GUESTS OF UNO IN 4-BEDROOM,

    2-BATHROOM UNITS LOCATED ON THE MAIN PORTION OF CAMPUS. WE ARE

    , THE RECREATION COMPLEX, AND A CONVENIENTLY LOCATED NEAR THE LIBRARY

    . FEW MINUTES WALK FROM ALL CAMPUS BUILDINGS

POLICY HIGHLIGHTS:

    ; NO SMOKING IS ALLOWED INSIDE THE UNITS.

    ; NO ALCOHOL IS ALLOWED AT UNO, EVEN IF YOU ARE OF LEGAL DRINKING AGE.

    ; 24-HOUR COURTESY HOURS. PLEASE KEEP YOUR VOICES/MUSIC AT A LOW VOLUME

    GUESTS IN VIOLATION OF THESE POLICIES MAY BE ASKED TO LEAVE.

University Village Staffing:

    UV Staff live throughout the complex and are available to assist you. There is always someone on-call for immediate assistance.

SERVICES

    Clubhouse Building Hours: The building stays open from 8AM Midnight. When the

    University Village Clubhouse is closed one of the Resident Assistants is available by cell phone (402-305-3878).

The University Village office is open 8AM 6PM, Monday - Friday, 10AM - Noon on Saturday

    and Sunday.

    Mail & Packages: the U.S. Postal Service delivers Mail to University Village. During your stay, friends and family may send mail to you at the following address:

     Individual’s Name

    Name of Conference Group

    6506 University Dr. S.

     Omaha, NE 68132-3428

    Telephone: Telephones are not provided in your unit. However, a public pay telephone is available for your use in the Clubhouse.

    Telephone Messages: Friends and family may leave messages for you at the University Village Office. The phone number is (402) 554-8555. Guests may check for messages at the desk during office hours. Messages can also be left via voice mail. Messages are retrieved daily and will be brought to your unit.

    Television: Televisions are not provided in your unit. A large screen television is available for your use in the Clubhouse, while the clubhouse is open.

    Laundry Room: The laundry room is located in the clubhouse and is accessible during Clubhouse Building Hours. The laundry machines are operated with vending cards, available from the UV Office. We ask that you do not leave your clothing unattended.

    Maintenance Repairs: Should you find something in your unit that needs repair, please stop by the University Village Office and our Maintenance Staff will take care of the item promptly.

    Parking Permits: Parking permits are available through UNO’s Campus Security, located in the Eppley Administration Building.

CHECK-OUT INFORMATION:

    ; Leave linens and blankets on the bed.

    ; Dispose of food items and kitchen trash in the dumpster.

    ; Place trash into wastebaskets. If you need additional trash bags, please stop by the office. ; Return key & gate card to your Group Coordinator or the University Village Office.

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES:

    Minor Emergency: When there is a minor emergency (ex. Lockouts, facility problems, etc.), please contact the UV Staff on duty by means of a cell phone (402-305-3878).

    Life-Threatening Emergency: For any life-threatening emergency immediately contact 911. Then contact the UV Staff.

Weather Emergency: Please refer to the Severe Weather Procedures flier included.

Safety:

    Doors Please keep your unit door locked to avoid any unwanted guests or problems. Use the handle lock AND the deadbolt lock when you are in your unit as well as when you leave.

Windows Be sure to close your windows and blinds when you leave.

    Report Any Unusual Situations or Persons to University Village Staff or UNO Campus Security. To make a report, come to the University Village Office during Office Hours or call the Duty RA (402-305-3878), use the Blue Emergency Phone, or call Campus Security at 554-2911.

     While you are in your apartment:

    Opening Windows: In order to open any window in your unit, find the latch located on the bottom of the window, by the windowsill. Pinch the latch and the bottom of the window together to release the catch (Push the window down if the latch will not release easily). Pull up while pinching the latch.

    Air Conditioner/Heating Unit: The thermostat for the entire unit is located on a wall in the living room. The thermostat has two control switches. One is for the fan and one is for the entire system. Generally you will want to have your fan switch in the “auto” position. With

regard to the system, you’ll want to select either “cool” for the air conditioner or “heat” for

    heating. Occasionally, when the outside temperature is very cold and you find that the regular “heat” is not keeping your unit warm, move the switch to the “emergency” setting. This will allow heating to occur with indoor air and will not use the heat pump unit outside the apartment. Contact the office to have a maintenance person check your unit if it is not heating or cooling properly. The units produce managed air in a range of about 66-76 degrees.

    Refrigerator: The freezer portion of the refrigerator does have an ice-maker. To make ice be sure that the wire lever is in the down position. To stop ice production, move the lever wire into the up position. If you find water on the floor near your refrigerator, please report this immediately, as the ice-maker or water line may be leaking.

    Toilet: The toilets that have been installed in your unit are the type required by federal law. More than likely they are slightly different from the toilets in your home or in other facilities. The primary difference from the other versions is the capacity of the tanks and the amount of water released when the handle is depressed. These water saving toilets hold 1.6 gallons versus the 3.5 gallons used by older models.

    To avoid clogging your toilet, hold the handle all the way down until the tank empties, and the waste has gone completely down the drain. Plungers are available at the University Village Office for check-out, should your toilet become clogged.

    In addition, toilets are not meant to be garbage disposals or waste receptacles. Paper towels, cigarettes, hair, cooking oil or grease, feminine products, and food items will seriously clog the toilet and may result in major plumbing repairs. We recommend that you not store items on the top of the tank so that they are less likely to fall into the toilet.

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES:

    Minor Emergency: When there is a minor emergency (ex. Lockouts, facility problems, etc.), please contact the RA on duty by means of a cell phone (305-3878).

Life-Threatening Emergency: For any life-threatening emergency immediately contact 911.

    Then contact the RA on duty at the above numbers.

Weather Emergency: Please refer to the Severe Weather Procedures flier included.

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