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Prepare Your Room: Get Ready for Move-out 2018

Here is some information that will assist you with checking out of your residence hall room or apartment as you prepare to wind down your spring semester coursework and exams. You can check out of the residence halls as early as Friday, May 4. KEY DATES May 4 (Dead Day): First day to check out. Trash chutes locked at 3 p.m. and remain locked until move out is over. Recycling containers will be removed from each floor. May 10: Last regularly scheduled finals end May 12: Halls close at 2 p.m. MOVE-OUT PROCESS Follow the steps below and you’ll...

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Air Conditioning Coming This Weekend to Residence Halls

Update Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Air conditioning will function in Reid, Futrall, Hotz, Holcombe, Gibson, Gregson, Humphreys, Yocum and Pomfret Halls by this weekend. University Housing staff initially planned to convert these buildings to air conditioning by Monday, April 23. With the extreme temperature swings reported in the forecast, staff decided to maintain heat in the buildings longer than we initially reported. These buildings feature a 2-pipe climate control systems. It is not possible to rapidly switch back and forth between heating and cooling. University Housing turned off heating to those building today because of the next week’s warming...

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Get Out and Paddle the Ozarks This Season

Guest post from UREC Outdoors Living on campus means being surrounded by the White River, Buffalo National River, Mulberry and the Kings River. There’s no reason not to go on a paddling adventure this spring season. Other than not having a boat … Luckily, UREC Outdoors is ready and prepared to help you. We offer boat rentals that include kayaks, canoes, standup paddle boards and whitewater kayaks. UREC Outdoors Spring is a great time to explore the natural state by way of boat. UREC Outdoors is here for you. We’re a part of University Recreation, located in the HPER building, Room 102,...

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Know the Weather: Spring Tornado Safety

April showers bring May flowers, right? Spring has sprung, which means severe weather season is here. Fayetteville is located in what many meteorologists consider “Tornado Alley,” meaning the swath of the United States that experiences tornadoes most frequently when compared to the rest of the country. While Fayetteville is located on top of a hill and majority of storms weaken as they approach our campus, it is still imperative that you be prepared in the event that extreme weather moves into the area. Tornadoes happen. The last tornado siren warning was activated for the University of Arkansas campus at 9:14pm...

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