Parents
University of Wisconsin La Crosse Office of Residence Life
 
Welcome Parents!
 
Here we have assembled a list of frequently asked questions for easy reference! Feel free to check out our other Parent's resources, or contact us with any further questions/concerns.

Click on each question below to view the answer!
"What are the costs associated with living on campus?"
Please check out our costs page for detailed information about the costs of living on campus.
"What are the dimensions of the rooms in the residence halls?"
Please check out our Room Dimensions page for detailed information about the costs of living on campus.
"What should my son/daughter be prepared to bring when they move in?"
To help make the move-in process easier, we have prepared a suggested list of items to bring to college. You may reference that list here.
"Are bed lofts allowed in the residence halls?"
New for 2014-2015: Lofts are now provided for all residence hall rooms as part of the room rates.

Students are not allowed to bring in their own loft or bunking systems.

Reuter Hall residents: Lofts will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. These are provided at no additional fee.
"How can I mail packages to my son/daughter living in the residence halls?"
Please click here for information regarding residence hall addresses.
"When can we move our son/daughter into their residence hall assignment?"
Specific information regarding move-in procedures and dates can be found here. Please contact the Office of Residence Life if you have any questions or concerns regarding these dates or the procedures.
"What are some important dates I should be aware of?"
Important information regarding Reslife events or dates will be posted on frequently-updated homepage. Any other University-related information can be found here.
"If we have technology questions, who should we contact?"
There are 2 main sources of technology support on campus. Information Technology Services (ITS) has a number of excellent resources available to students and parents.

Residence Life Information Services (RLIS) is another resource available to students. Feel free to contact RLIS if you have any concerns or questions regarding technology services in the Residence Halls.
"What are the policies of living in the Residence Halls?"
The Office of Residence Life is committed to providing students a safe and enjoyable living experience. As a result of these efforts, ORL has generated a Residence Life Handbook for reference. Updated annually, this Handbook provides answers to many questions you might have. Please take the time to go over the policies and guidelines contained within this document, prior to arriving on campus.

Last Updated: 2/19/14