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Apartment Staff & Advisory Board|Residence Life & Dining Services

Property Manager and Office Administrative Staff

The Apartments Property Manager and office staff assign the apartments and are responsible for processing the paperwork to check residents in and out of apartments. They are essential to your successful transition to your new home and are a tremendous wealth of information. They are responsible for day-to-day office operations, which include communication to students, faculty, staff, and their families.

Assistant Property Manager

The Assistant Property Manager is a leader among apartment residents and is responsible for the development of a community atmosphere to help residents gain a sense of pride and ownership in their living environment. The Assistant Property Manager, along with other full-time, live-in staff members, is on call and can be reached through the apartments office during the workday or by cellular phone on weekends and evenings at 760-3130.

University Apartment Advisory Board (UAAB)

The University Apartments Advisory Board (UAAB) is a group of University Apartment residents and others from the University campus who share a common interest in the on-campus community. Members serve as advisors to the Department of Residence Life & Dining Services; provide input and comment on concerns and issues presented by student government, faculty, staff, and administration. The UAAB reviews, and provides comments and recommendations upon policy and program development.

The UAAB meets once a month, to discuss issues such as the following:

  • Review, discuss, and provide comment on apartment rent and fees.
  • Review quarterly utility reviews of apartment utility consumption and rates.
  • Review and provide comment on apartment publications, periodicals, forms, documents, and apartment website content.
  • Review and provide comment on apartment policies, procedures, and protocols.
  • Respond to requests for input from RLDS leadership on key issues such as budget, facility planning, programming, and staffing.
  • Review apartment publications, websites, manuals, and marketing materials.
  • Share insights, talent, and information with the board.

Persons with questions about the UAAB may contact the Apartments Office, 2413 Arrowhead Lane #369, phone 766-6613, or e-mail

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