Preparing to begin your college education involves your whole family. We encourage you to work with them to find the right residence hall for you. The detailed facts on these pages will provide many of the answers you will need.
A. Yes. The Contract Acceptance Signature Form commits you to the room at the Campus Connect hall you select on the form.
A. Our Contract Acceptance Signature Form is a legally binding contract that secures you housing with Campus Connect. If you're set on attending school in Madison there's no reason to wait:
- If you are denied admission to all Madison schools you applied for, you will be released from your contract, provided you notify us of the denial(s) in writing by June 1, 2014. Please enclose a copy of the official denial letter(s).
- If you choose to attend another school that's not in Madison, we will release you from your contract provided you notify us of your plans in writing by June 1, 2014. Please include documentation.
- New contracts received after June 1, 2014 cannot be cancelled and cancellation requests or notifications received after June 1, 2014 cannot be honored.
A. There are multiple ways to pay the monthly installments. Most families choose recurring automatic deduction from their bank account. Other methods, such as checks, and credit/debit cards are also accepted. We'll provide payment details prior to move in.
A. It becomes part of your total $300 security deposit. The remaining $250 is due on, or before, June 1, 2014.
A. The total contract price will be paid in nine equal installment payments; each is due on the first of the month: Your first installment payment is due on August 1, 2014. You will make one payment, on, or before, the first of the month, for each subsequent month. Your last payment will be made on April 1, 2015. A detailed schedule will be included in the housing confirmation packet we'll send upon receipt of your contract.
A. Yes. We provide heat, electric, and wired Internet with speeds up to 100 Mbps. You'll pay for cable and phone (both optional).
A. Yes. Your personal property is not covered under your contract terms. For your benefit, we do require the purchase of renters insurance or that you obtain coverage through your parents' homeowner's policy. It's not expensive and is well worth its value.
A. We'll do everything we can to help. Our Resident Assistants are trained to work through roommate issues. Most residents find our 25-step, hand picked roommate matching works exceedingly well for them.
A. Most students will choose to move-in early on August 26th, 2014. This is a great opportunity to get used to your campus before you have to hit the books! There is a nominal programming fee for early move in. The standard move-in date will be August 31st, 2014. Move out day is May 16th, 2015.
A. All of the standard items are included: beds, mini blinds, a full-size refrigerator, microwave, clothing storage, etc. You'll want to bring basic kitchen utensils, small appliances, dishes, shower curtains, towels, and a few other basics.
A. No. You can remain in the building, and in your unit during the entire lease term. This includes winter and spring break.
A. Absolutely! Regardless of where students live, they still have access to all services their college or university offers.
A. We take every precaution to provide a well-maintained and well-monitored environment. We use cameras, 24-hour front desks, and doors with after hour's locks. We also screen all employees, hire private security, and we have 24/7 Resident Assistants and Maintenance Technicians on call.
A. Please give us a call or come take a tour. We're always open!
1402 Regent Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
M-F: 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Sat: 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
777 University Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53715
M-F: 8:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Sat: 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.