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Certain apartment buildings have rear stairways or balconies attached to them, but not all are open for resident use. The balconies located on the west side of Sanctuary and Townhomes are closed to resident use and exist for egress during an emergency. Residents present in areas not open for their use may be subject to discipline. The following is a non-exhaustive list of balcony and rear patio or stairway policies:
The following halls offer elevators for everyday student use:
Seton Hall has a freight elevator that is not designed for everyday use and is only switched on for use during move-in and move-out time periods, as a staff member must be on-site to provide access through the loading dock service area.
Residents must provide their own small trash bin to collect trash in their unit or apartment. When full, residents can take their small trash bin to a trash room. Trash must not be left outside any room. Any trash, newspapers, or other items left outside room or apartment doors may be immediately disposed of by staff working in the building. This may result in a fee assessed to the residents of the nearest room. Trash rooms/chutes are provided throughout campus housing.
Residents are encouraged to bring their own small vacuum to use in units. Community vacuums are made available the last two weeks of spring quarter at hall front desks to assist with move-out cleaning. Residents may be charged if they return a community vacuum in an excessively dirty or damaged state. If a resident fails to return a university vacuum within one hour of issuance, they may be charged a replacement fee.
Vending machines are located throughout campus housing. The Student Centers manage all campus vending machines and any problems with vending machines should be reported to the Lincoln Park Student Center Information Desk (first floor of the Student Center) or by calling (773) 325-7400. Refunds can be requested directly from the vendor that owns and operates the vending machines using the phone number and contact information on the machines.