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Every student living in university housing
at Shawnee State University can
receive and send postal mail at the University Center. Every
residental student is provided with a mailbox number and combination where their mail will be sent
while they are living on campus.
Here is how to reach a specific
PLEASE DO NOT SEND MAIL TO A P.O. BOX.
University Housing and Residence Life
Click here to download a list of what you should bring when you move in.
What you’ll need (to receive UIS support):
What is provided:
All computers on the Shawnee State Campus run Microsoft Office Professional 2010. If you would like to upgrade your own computer to this software, you can purchase it at a discount at the Shawnee State University Bookstore. To receive the student discount you must first visit http://www.shawnee.edu/microsoft
We are committed to assisting our residents in being outstanding students both academically and socially. The housing experience offers many opportunities to grow through its educational and social programming experience. University Housing offers a wide-range of activities both in the residence halls and campus wide.
Our housing community has grown to nearly a thousand students finding our apartment style housing to be clean, safe, close to campus and fun. University Housing recognizes the importance of gaining knowledge, strengthening values, and cultural enrichment of lives. We strives to offer an unbeatable experience through our housing program and believe every student should live in our campus apartments to gain the true college experience.
2012-2013 Academic Year
April: Returning Student Housing Sign-Up
April 29 - May 3: Final Exams
May 3 @ 5pm: Residence Halls Close
May 4: Commencement
June 15: 2013-14 Housing Assignments Available on Student MySSU Portal
August 15: New Student Move-In
August 18: Returner Student Move-In
August 19: Fall Semester Classes Begin
Sept. 2: Labor Day (University Closed)
students in their first year of attendance are required to live in
university assigned housing.
Research has shown that maturation compatibility among students is a significant factor in the normal operation of housing and a major determinant of student success and retention. Student housing complements that experience when the age range difference of students in a housing unit does not exceed ten years. Thus, housing applicants beyond the typical age range of 17-23 years will need to demonstrate extenuating circumstances and receive approval from the Director of Housing to live in university housing.
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