Housing FAQs

Lexington Campus
Who are the emergency contacts?

Residence Life Office: 859-514-7681
Resident Assistant On-Call Cell Phone: 859-321-0985
Sullivan Main Line: 859-276-4357
Public Safety: 859-514-3600
Emergency: 911

Am I required to live in university housing?

Students are not required to live in Student Housing. There are many other housing options close to campus.

Are there any restrictions or qualifications of living in the residence hall?

Students who are 21 years of age or older will not be approved for university housing. All residents must be actively enrolled in a program as a full time student (taking at least 12 credit hours). Residents must sign a lease, and must agree to follow all rules, regulations, and procedures. If a student turns 21 while living in university housing, they are permitted remain in housing but must still abide by all rules, regulations, and procedures as stated in their signed lease agreement. Should a student move out after turning 21, they will not be permitted to move back into university housing.

Can special accommodations be made for students if necessary?

Students who have a need for special accommodations should contact someone in the residence life staff and inform them of their individual needs. The staff will make any changes necessary to ensure that these needs are met to the best of their ability. All requests for accommodations should be made in writing to Student Life Coordinator, Christina Robinson, cmrobinson@sullivan.edu.

How/when will I find out about my roommate(s)? Can I choose my own?

Roommate assignments are made no later than 2 weeks prior to Housing Orientation and move-in day. It is emailed to the email address provided on the housing application. If a student has a roommate preference, he or she can make this request while filling out the housing application. The University will do all that is possible to meet these requests, although there is no guarantee. If a request form is not submitted, roommates will be randomly chosen and assigned by the Student Life Coordinator. Should a student wish to make a request after the application is submitted but before housing assignments have been made, these requests must be made before housing assignments are finalized. Changes will not be made after assignments are final.

When will I find out who my RA is?

You will find out your RA on Move-In Day! Your RA will be at Housing Orientation to greet you, to help answer any questions you may have, and to get you accustomed to your apartment. Your RA is also a great way to meet people, so be sure to ask them to introduce you to other residents to help you ease into the new environment.

Can I stay in housing over breaks?

Students must get approval from the Student Life Coordinator to stay in housing over the holiday breaks in November and December.

Can residents have their own room?

Single rooms may be available depending upon the current housing capacity. For more information about a single room, contact the housing office.

Am I allowed to change rooms if necessary?

There is no perfect roommate, whether you are male or female. No matter who you live with, there will be certain things you do not like about each other. It is imperative that residents keep this in mind while living with someone in college, or elsewhere. Therefore, roommates should find a compromise on disagreements instead of simply attempting to change rooms or roommates.

Room and roommate changes are ultimately made at the discretion of the Student Life Coordinator. Students may not move from their assigned apartments into other apartments without prior permission of the Student Life Coordinator.

**Room or roommate changes are not made on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, or physical ability.

Is there transportation from Beaumont Farms to the Sullivan Campus?

Transportation is provided to students who live in Student Housing. There is a shuttle service that makes frequent daily runs to and from the apartments. Shuttle schedules will be available to students upon moving in.

What is the policy on having visitors?

Visitors are allowed in the apartment during established visitation hours only. Please review the guest and visitation policies within the Housing Manual. Students should contact housing office staff members with special requests in regards to guests. Requests will be considered on a situational basis and are not guaranteed.

What is the policy on alcohol and illegal drugs?

Alcohol and illegal drugs are approached with a zero tolerance policy; violations result in eviction, however, students are allowed to appeal their eviction and present mitigating information if such exists. This does not guarantee a student that they will be allowed to remain in housing. Should a student turn 21 while in housing, they must continue to abide by the “no alcohol policy” as stated in the Housing Manual as long as they live in Student Housing.

Are pets allowed in the residence hall?

The only pets permitted in both the residence hall are freshwater fish in a 10 gallon tank or smaller. Absolutely no animals that can survive outside this atmosphere are allowed.

What are the amenities available at Beaumont Farms?
  • Business Center
  • Cable
  • Club House
  • 24-hour Fitness Center
  • Fully Furnished Apartment
  • On-Site Laundry Facility
  • Patio or Balcony
  • Public Transportation (within walking distance)
  • 2 Swimming Pools
  • Jacuzzi
  • 9-foot and Vaulted Ceilings
  • Walk In Closets
Can you tell me more about the Beaumont community?

Beaumont Farms Apartments will be a wonderful place for your home away from home while you’re in school! This location is located within walking distance from 17 eateries, several shops, salons, public transportation stops and the Kroger Beaumont Circle location! Not to mention that Beaumont Farms apartments are located less than 3 miles from campus!

What does each apartment feature?

Each two bedroom, two bathroom apartment houses four students. Two students per bedroom and all four share the living area, kitchen and laundry area.

Rent includes: water, utilities, trash, shuttle service, supplied furniture, and the many housing activities.
Students would be responsible for any additional extras desired such as internet service in the apartment.

What should I bring when I move in?

Ideas of what to bring to your new apartment:

  • Sheet sets (2-3 sets)
  • Comforter/blankets
  • Bed pillows & pillowcases
  • Foam Mattress pad
  • Clock/Alarm Clock
  • Under bed storage
  • Hanging Door Mirror
  • Fan
  • Hangers
  • Surge Protectors
  • Flashlight
  • First Aid Kit
  • Over the door hooks
  • Broom/Dust Pan
  • Cleaning Products
  • Wastebasket
  • Dry Erase/Bulletin Board for fridge
  • Picture frames
  • Can Opener
  • Kitchen Timer
  • Chip Clips
  • Dish Towels
  • Pot holders
  • Salt and Pepper set
  • Towels
  • Bathrobe
  • Hair Dryer
  • Laundry Basket
  • Phone chargers
  • IPod deck/Radio

Check with your roommates before bringing these items (so that you don’t have duplicates):

    Coffeemaker

  • Toaster
  • Blender
  • Cookware
  • Cookie Sheets
  • Measuring cups and spoons
  • Spatula, tongs, wooden spoons
  • Cutting Board
  • Food Storage/Tupperware
  • Colander
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Plates
  • Silverware
  • Cups
  • Coffee mugs
  • Rugs/bath mat
  • Shower Curtain, rings, liner
  • Toothbrush holder
  • Soap dish/holder
  • Toilet Brush
  • Plunger
  • Mop
  • Garbage cans/bags
  • Iron
  • Ironing Board
  • TV
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