Housing And Residence Life
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I love the community atmosphere and the convenience of living on campus. I don't have to worry about monthly bills or finding parking in the mornings. It's great!
- Hayley W. (Freshman, Wasatch Hall)
Summit Hall (Upper-division Housing)
Each Apartment Includes:
- Private Room
- Living Room
- Shared Bathroom
- View Floorplan
(60 credit hours or more are required to live in Upper-division Housing)
Summit Hall is located in the Student Living Community (SLC), which gives you the opportunity to participate in social activities but also allows you the privacy you seek. Read More ▼
The apartment style of Summit Hall includes a full kitchen, living space, one full bath and a ½ bath, plus three private bedrooms (one graduate student per bedroom) to further your academic success. Come make and meet new friends at Summit Hall.
- 1 twin bed (36" x 80" mattress)
- 1 desk
- 1 loveseat
- 2 closets
- 1 dresser
- 2 shelves
Each room has a wired Ethernet port for internet, cable TV connection, curtains or blinds, full-length mirror and wall-to-wall carpeting.
- 1 upholstered chair
- Coffee table
- Dining room table and chairs or counter height bar with three stools (depending on building)
For your convenience, bathroom facilities are divided into two individual areas. One room contains a bathtub/shower, shower curtain and a sink and in another room is the toilet and an additional sink.
High-efficiency, Energy Star® washers and dryers installed on campus clean effectively, help save time and are gentle on your clothes and the environment! High-efficiency, front loading machines hold more clothes and use less water than conventional laundry equipment.
For best washing results:
- Use only 2 Tbsp. of concentrated HE detergent (it's specially formulated for these machines)
- Choose a cold water setting to save energy
- Wash only full loads
For best drying results:
- Clean dryer filter before use
|Meals Per Week||Price Per Semester||Includes Cash
|15 meals||$1,640.00||Yes||2 Per Semester|
|20 meals||$1,850.00||Yes||2 Per Semester|
*Cash equivalency allows the resident to use their meal plan once
per day in any of our Cash Dining Operations for a cash equivalency
of $6 per meal. Purchases in excess of $6 are to be paid by the
resident at time of purchase
**Guest passes allow resident to purchase a meal for friends, family or other guests of the resident.
Room Rates Per Semester 2014-15
- Private Room: $1,815.00
What To Bring
Make your "home away from home" with this basic list of essential items:
- Bedding: Sheets, blankets, pillow, pillowcases, and bedspread. Mattresses are 36” x 80” which are longer than a regular twin.
- Alarm clock
- Stereo, radio
- Towels and toiletries
- Laundry basket
- Television (each apt. has cable TV hook-up)
- Wall decor, throw pillows, various decorative items as desired.
(Please do not use tape or other types of adhesive for wall décor and make sure that they can be easily removed. A suggestion for hanging posters, pictures, etc., is white Plastitack and Command Hooks from 3M for putting things on the walls.)
In addition to your personal belongings, you will need items for your kitchen. Since you need only one of many items, check ahead with your roommate(s) if possible to avoid duplication. You may even want to wait until you get to Logan and purchase items here after consulting each other. The following is a list of possibilities:
- Dishes, silverware, glasses, serving dishes
- Mixing bowls, hand mixer
- Cutting board, measuring cups and spoons
- Salt and pepper shakers
- Dishtowels, dishcloths, hot pads
- Frying pan, pots and pans
- Dish drainer
- Egg beater, strainer, can opener
- Cheese grater, vegetable peeler
- Clothes iron, small kitchen appliances
Storage space in all buildings is extremely limited, so please plan accordingly.
Housekeeping and Maintenance
Residents are responsible for cleaning their apartment, which includes the bathroom and should stock household cleaning supplies and toilet paper. Vacuum cleaners can be checked out for temporary use at the area office. Repairs and regular maintenance of residence halls is done by Housing Facilities staff. Residence may submit maintenance requests online at http://fixit.housing.usu.edu
1379 E 1000 N Apt (#)
Logan, UT 84321
1379 E 1000 N Apt 102
Logan, UT 84321