General Information about Residential Apartments
General Information about
Residential Apartments
Residence Life at Union University has a tradition of excellence, and we strongly believe in the developmental
value that comes with the experiences of life on campus! With Christ-centered Residence Life staff, purposeful
programming, community values and people-focused service to each student, you can be confident that your
residence life experience at Union will be a very enriching part of your time at Union.
Union University is proud to be a residential university requiring all unmarried, full-time, undergraduate students
to live on campus (unless they have completed 96 credits by the beginning of the academic year or live at
home with their parents). On move-in day, each student reads and signs a Housing Contract which is a legal and
binding document between Union University and the student for that full academic year.
Quick Facts about all Residential Facilities:
• Each apartment is furnished with a couch, chair, and coffee table.
• Each bathroom on campus includes a sink with cabinet space, a mirror and a toilet, and a shower with
curtain liners provided for each bathroom.
• All apartments on campus have central heating and air conditioning, and venetian blinds to cover all windows.
• All apartments on campus have a small kitchen. These include a refrigerator, oven/stove, shelves, and cabinets.
• The Quads have two bathrooms in each apartment with showers in each. (One bathroom in all downstairs
apartments is a hurricane-strength storm shelter.)
• The Heritage Residences have one bathroom (with a tub) in each apartment.
• Filtered cable and wireless internet service is available in every apartment.
• Apartment layouts, measurements, and photos are available on Union’s website at uureslife.com.
In Heritage Complex, each bedroom is furnished with:
• a built-in extra long twin-sized bed and mattress
• a four-drawer dresser
• a built-in desk with two upper shelves and
three drawers
• a desk chair
• a built-in closet overhead storage that runs the
length of the room
• wireless internet
Items not to bring to the University or
residential facilities:
• Pets of any kind (fish are allowed in tanks no
larger than 10 gallons)
• Candles, incense, candle warmers
• Air-soft guns, paintball guns, sling shots,
water balloons
• Deep fryers, toaster ovens, hot plates
• Tobacco of any kind, hookah pipes
• Alcohol of any kind
• Immodest clothing
In Quads Complexes, (and Dodd and Grey in Heritage)
• Halogen lamps
each bedroom is furnished with:
• Christmas/decorative string lights
• a height-adjustable, extra-long twin-sized bed
and mattress
• a four-drawer dresser (that can be un-stacked
and placed under the bed)
• a writing desk with an upper shelf, two drawers
and a file drawer
• a desk chair built-in closet with overhead storage
• wireless internet
• Four shelf bookcase (only in living room)
• Microwave (in kitchen only)
• Washer/Dryer (Quads only)
Please note that none of the Union furniture may be taken out of the apartment at any time. City fire codes
demand easy entrance/exit to the apartment, so additional furniture is limited to a table and chairs, one living
room chair, and an entertainment center.
Office of Residence Life, Union University • 731.661.5432 • reslife@uu.edu
(all are suggestions except for items in bold)
A
Alarm Clock
Aspirin
B
Back pack
Band-Aids
Bath mat or rug*
Batteries
Bible
Blankets
Book ends
Bulletin board
Baking sheet* (for cookies!)
Brush
F
Fabric softener
Fan
Flashlight
Floss
Full length mirror
First aid kit (small)
G
Garbage can and bags*
Games
H
Microwave*
(only for Heritage residents
not in Dodd or Grey)
Measuring cups/spoons*
N
Nail file, etc.
Neosporin
Notebooks
Notebook paper
O
Outdoor clothes
P
C
Hangers
Hat
Highlighters
Hand soap
Can opener*
I
Paper towel holder*
Calendar/planner
Camera
Coat
Coffee maker *
Comforter
Cotton balls
Cable cord*
Conditioner
Cooking utensils*
Cutting board*
Ibuprofen
Index cards
Iron*
Ice tray*
Insurance Card
J
Cleaning Supplies*
Journal
Jump drive
D
K
Desk lamp
Devotional books
Dictionary
Dish towels*
Dish soap*
Dishes*
Decorations
Detergent
E
Envelopes
Extension cord
Erasers
Kleenex
Kitchen knives*
L
Laundry bag or basket
Lap desk
Lotion
Lamp* (floor or table)
M
Markers
Mattress pad/cover
Message board
Mouthwash
Movies
*Denotes items that should be coordinated
with roommates.
Packing tape
Paper clips
Paper towels*
Pencils
Pens
Photos
Pillow & pillow case
Post·it notes
Power strip
Pots & Pans*
Pizza sheet*
Pitcher*
Q
Q-tips
Quilt
R
Rain gear
Razor
S
Scissors
Sewing kit
Shower caddy*
Slippers
Soap/body wash
Scrubber brush
Shower Curtain and liner*
(two if you live in the Quads)
Silverware*
Stapler
Sticky-tack
Storage boxes
Sweatshirts
Small tool kit
Shampoo
Small Dining table and
chairs*
T
Thermometer
Thesaurus
Thumb tacks
Toothbrush
Toothpaste
Towels
Trash Cans*
(3 for recycling)
Tylenol
TV & DVD/VCR*
Tupperware*
Toilet paper*
Toilet bowl cleaner*
U
Umbrella
V
Vitamins
Vacuum*
W
Wash cloths
Weather radio*
Water bottle
X
XL twin sheets
Y
Your happy face
Z
Ziploc bags*
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