We wish you the best of luck on your exams, projects, dissertations, and presentations as we close off the fall semester! If you’re staying with us over the break, check out the events we’ll be hosting throughout December. If you’re traveling, we hope you enjoy your trip and wish you safe travels!


The renewal deadline has passed, and the homes are now on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like to reserve your home for the next year, please contact the office as soon as possible! You’ll also receive the lowest rate the earlier you sign.

Reminders & Updates 

  • Office hours are Monday–Friday from 9 a.m.–6 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m.–4 p.m., and Sunday from noon–4 p.m.
  • Rent is due on the 1st of each month. Late fees will be assessed per the late fee schedule in your lease. If you have questions, contact the office.
  • Pets must be registered. Failure to do so will result in a warning and a fine assessed per your lease agreement.
  • Dogs are required to be on a leash at all times. If your pet is not on a leash, you will be fined $250.
  • Guests must be accompanied by residents to use the media room, conference room, pool, or volleyball court.

Tips to Help You Through Finals Week

The time that you’ve been dreading all semester is here: final exams. This is a very stressful time for everyone, so remember to take a minute just for you.

Studies have shown that when you take one minute just for yourself every 30 minutes, your grades will improve. Cramming has proven not to work because you’re stressed, exhausted, and less likely to absorb everything that you’re trying to learn. Taking a minute just for you will allow you to breathe and reset your mind as you continue to study.

After your minute, make sure to take 10 more minutes to review what you’ve learned, and then 20 more minutes of new information before you take another break.

Just thinking about final exams gets stressful, so make sure to breathe and prepare the right way. Whether you’re writing papers, presenting, or taking an exam, preparation is the best way to get an A.

Here are some professor-approved study tips:

  • Drink water, not soda or energy drinks.
  • Eat fruits and veggies to give you natural energy.
  • Turn your phone off as you study to lessen distractions.
  • Find a study partner so you can quiz each other.
  • Use the on-campus tutoring centers or peer-led groups.
  • Talk to your professors! It shows that you care and are trying to do well.
  • Make sure to eat a good breakfast the day of your exam. It truly is the most important meal of the day.

As a member of the Campus Advantage team, we want to do all we can to help you succeed! Make sure to stop by your local front office to see what resources or events they have to help you during this stressful week. We know that all of you are going to do amazing on your final exams!

Community Events 

 Waffle Bar — December 5 @ 5 p.m. — Come get some study food during finals!

Snacks & Scantrons — December 6 — We’ll have the snacks and the Scantrons so you don’t have to worry before your test!

Christmas Movie Night — December 11 @ 4 p.m. — Join us in the media room for Elf, hot chocolate, and holiday cookies!