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  • Resources for Parents
    Conduct Process Housing Policies Office of Student Conduct Vice President for Student Affairs Parents and Family Resources for Parents Student Resources Advice For Parents What Do We Ask Of You Recommended Reading for Parents The Parent Student Relationship The iConnected Parent Stayng Close to Your Kids in College and Beyond While Letting Them Grow Up by Barbara K Kofer and Abigail Sullivan Moore You re On Your Own But I m Here If You Need Me Mentoring Your Child During the College Years by Marjorie Savage Don t Tell Me What to Do Just Send Money The Essential Parenting Guide to College by Helene E Johnson and Christine Schelhas Miller Letting Go A Parents Guide to Understanding the College Years by Karen Levin Coburn Madge Lawrence Treeger and Harper Collins When Your Kid Goes to College A Parent s Survival Guide by Carol Barkin When Kids go to College A Parent s Guide to Changing Relationships by Barbara Newman and Phillip Newman The College Experience Guide to the College Experience by Jacqueline Kiernam MacKay and Wanda Johnson The Naked Roommate And 107 Other Issues You Might Run Into In College by Harlan Cohen The Everything College Survival Book From Social

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/housing/Parents_Family/Resources%20for%20Parents.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Getting the Most Ouf of Your Campus Experience
    m Email housing csus edu Tele 916 278 6655 Fax 916 278 5772 Physical Address Sierra Hall 6000 J Street Mailing Address Housing and Residential Life 6000 J Street Sierra Hall Sacramento CA 95819 6067 Getting The Most Out Of The Campus Experience Welcome to Sacramento State and Housing and Residential Life Office The following information can help residents settle in and get comfortable in their new surroundings The Resident Advisors RA and live in professional staff are excellent resources and can help with questions or concerns Get to know others Don t be shy Look for opportunities to engage with other residents Attend floor meeting and stop by the RA s room and say hello Also don t forget a smile goes a long way in building friendships Get to know the campus Don t be late to class Get to know campus before the first day of classes Best way to do this is get a campus map and take a quick tour of the classroom buildings This will make the transition to campus much easier and less stressful If in doubt on where to go ask the Resident Advisor Get involved in extracurricular activities and clubs Make a deliberate genuine commitment to get involved in something on campus beyond attending classes One of the best ways to enjoy the campus experience is to get involved in clubs organizations and other extracurricular activities early on in the fall semester These activities help with the campus connection and provide leadership opportunities The Residence Hall Association RHA is also another excellent way to meet new friends and have a voice in the decision making process in the residence halls Get a part time job on campus working in an academic department the library or in one of the many student

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/housing/Living_in_the_Halls/Getting_The_Most.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Things to Bring
    and washcloths Shower caddy Bathrobe and shower shoes Hygiene items First aid items Clothing and Laundry Clothes hangers Laundry bag basket Detergent and fabric softener dryer sheets Iron auto shut off and small ironing board if needed Electrical Accessories UL Approved Alarm Clock Power strip w Surge Protector for all electronic equipment Ethernet cord TV cable cord Personal computer printer Television Floor Desk reading lamp non halogen Flashlight Supplies and Misc Backpack Medications Names addresses telephone numbers and policy numbers of insurance companies Notebooks paper etc Pens pencils highlighters etc Planner Stamps and envelopes notepads Scotch Tape scissors stapler hole punch White tack gum for hanging posters Magic Mounts or Scotch Utility hooks with Command adhesive Painters Tape Refrigerator and Microwave One refrigerator per room not to exceed 4 5 cubic feet or draw more than 1 5 running amps Microwave should not exceed 700 watts One microwave per room Other Items Bike and heavy duty lock American River Courtyard Kitchen Items Dishes bowls cups Silverware Microwave Cooking utensils Popcorn Air Popper Coffee pot must have auto shut off Electrical cooking appliances George Foreman Electric grill Toaster or Toaster Oven Rice Cooker Crock Pots must have auto shut off Kitchen towels and sponges Mop broom and dustpan Cleaning supplies Recommended Multi Purpose Cleaners Seventh Generation Green Works Simply Green Lysol Kaboom Easy Off BAM Recommended Disinfectant Lysol II Vanish 409 Disinfectant Bleach is not recommended and will harm surfaces Cleaners with bleach additives should not be used Trash Liner Dust Plan Cloth or Paper towels Toilet Paper Cleaning Gloves and Eye Protection Things We Ask You to Leave at Home Prohibited Items The following items are not permitted This is not a complete list just some of the more common things that wind up in the ride back home Pets

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  • LinenProgram
    Videos Resources Student Conduct Housing Conduct Process Housing Policies Office of Student Conduct Vice President for Student Affairs Linen Program Residence Hall Association RHA is the student government for residents who live on campus at Sacramento State Any purchases made through the website noted below will benefit residents by helping to financially support programs and activities throughout the school year RHA offers a convenient and affordable way for residents to

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  • MicroFrige
    Strategic Initiatives Maps and Directions Staff Directory Application Process Housing Application Process Spring 2016 Things To Do BEFORE Applying for On Campus Housing Departmental Units Administration Conference Services Facilities Services Residential Life Technology Services Channels Schedules Movies Television Specifications Forms Guide to Residential Life Housing Options Living in the Halls Photos Videos Resources Student Conduct Housing Conduct Process Housing Policies Office of Student Conduct Vice President for Student Affairs MicroFridge Rental Program Residence Hall Association RHA is the student government for residents who live on campus at Sacramento State RHA and Housing and Residential Life have an exciting option for refrigerator rental Any rentals made through the website noted below will benefit residents by helping to financially support programs and activities throughout the school year The MicroFridge is a unique product combining both a microwave and a refrigerator freezer in one A MicroFridge can be rented through Collegiate Concepts by going online to www collegefridge com Once reserved sit back and relax because delivery and pick up are provided FREE of charge With the MicroFridge keep cold drinks snacks frozen dinners hot meals and even ice cream No more late night trips to convenience stores fast food joints or vending

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/housing/microfridge.html (2016-02-12)
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  • RHA
    RHA welcomes and encourages anyone living on campus to attend RHA events and RHA General Body Meetings see front desk for meeting days and times Hall Councils Hall Councils are voices for the residents of each hall when decisions need to be made regarding Residence Life Hall Councils have a vote and serve on the General Board of RHA Hall Councils are a great way to develop leadership skills and become involved on campus Hall Councils can improve the quality of life in the residence halls Hall Councils are a great resume builder Hall Councils provide important information to the residents of your hall Hall Councils give residents a sense of pride in the residence hall and the Sacramento State Community Being involved aids in making your college experience better Executive Board President Charles Parker IV Vice President Gael Lagunas Director of Sustainability Kelina Frazier Director of Diversity Paris Smith Director of Spirit Pam Myles Director of Marketing and Outreach Rebecca Boisclair Graduate Assistant for Programming Billy Wagner Assistant Director for Programming Training and Academic Success Kristopher Chad Disharoom RHA Office Location The RHA Office is located in American River Courtyard Resource Room RHA Office Hours Charles Parker IV Monday Wednesday 9 00 a m 11 00 a m Tuesday Thursday 1 00 p m 3 00 p m Gael Lagunas Tuesday 12 00 p m 2 00 p m Thursday 12 30 p m 2 30 p m Friday 12 00 p m 2 00 p m Kelina Frazier Monday Thursday 5 00 p m 7 00 p m Friday 12 p m 1 00 p m Paris Smith Tuesday 5 15 p m 8 15 p m Wednesday 8 00 p m 10 00 p m Pam Myles Tuesday 5 15 p m 8 15 p m Thursday 5 00 p m 8 00 p m Rebecca Boisclair To be announced Activities RHA is open to programming ideas and strives to bring new and exciting ways for residents to engage with one another Please email any program ideas to RHA for consideration Activities that RHA has sponsored Opening Movie Night The Avengers Age of Ultron showing on move in weekend August 28th 2015 Starts at 8 p m S mores Night Making s mores and friends at this hot mixer August 29th 2015 Starts at 8 p m Pool Party Enjoy some sun friends music and food at the pool August 30th 2015 Starts at 11 a m Block Party Collaborative event with ASI to bring campus organizations and students together September 17th 2015 Starts at 4 p m Dance Marathon Collaborative event with Alumni Center to raisemoney for the Sacramento State Emergency Grant funds October 23rd 2015 Starts at 4 p m Flag Football Get ready for the Homecoming Game we faceoff against Idaho October 23rd 2015 Starts at 7 p m Haunted House A two night haunted house that is bound to thrill and scare October 29th 30th 2015 Starts at 8 p m Glow Zumba

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/housing/Living_in_the_Halls/RHA.html (2016-02-12)
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  • index
    Employment Opportunites The Housing and Residential Life Office offers a variety of student employment opportunities HOW TO APPLY Log In to OrgSync create account if needed http orgsync com login sacramento state Navigate and click on the H RL page on the left hand side of the page Under in the H RL tabs click forms Click on Application for the position applying for Next page will allow you to Begin Form by clicking on green bar Submit form CURRENT JOB OPENINGS Housing Office Front Desk Student Assistant Individuals interested in the Housing Ambassador position within Housing and Residential Life should submit this application below OrgSync Application Link https orgsync com 68522 forms 133330 For any questions about our process please contact the Housing Office at Housing csus edu RESIDENT ADVISOR RA FALL 2016 SPRING 2017 Individuals interested in 2016 2017 Resident Advisor RA position within Housing and Residential Life should submit this application before the deadline of Friday December 4 th OrgSync Application Link https orgsync com 68522 forms 120131 For any questions about our process please contact Kristopher Disharoon at kristopher disharoo csus edu INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IT STUDENT ASSISTANT Monday through Friday from 1 00PM 5 00PM Individuals

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  • Theme Living Communities
    Life Housing Options Living in the Halls Photos Videos Resources Student Conduct Housing Conduct Process Housing Policies Office of Student Conduct Vice President for Student Affairs Residence Halls Theme Living Communities Lifestyles Floor There are three theme communities offered to residents of Sutter Hall each coordinated by housing staff and a Sacramento State faculty member with whom residents will have the opportunity to develop relationships throughout the academic year Residents may request to live in one of these communities during the room selection process Global Awareness The Global Awareness Community brings together residents who share common interests in sustainability current events and issues and gaining awareness about different cultures As members of this community residents have a unique opportunity to become more globally aware as such this floor is also a great place for students interested in majors such as foreign languages ethnic studies business with an international emphasis political science sociology speech communication women s studies and those who just want to share their story with others This community is ideal for students who want to develop a greater understanding of difference and how individuals can promote positive change in society This community is located on the first floor even side of Sutter Hall Leadership and Service The Leadership and Service Community brings together residents who share common interests and goals in developing leadership skills having leadership experiences and taking part in volunteer opportunities As members of this community residents have the unique opportunity to participate in specialized programs workshops retreats and community activities revolving around service and leadership This community is located on the second floor even side of Sutter Hall Wellness and Healthy Lifestyles The Wellness and Healthy Lifestyles Community brings together residents who share common interests and goals in a healthy and active lifestyle recreation and

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