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Hall Closing 2013-2014

Area Closing Schedule

Students need to be completely moved and checked out of housing according to the following:

  • Bergstrom, Burke, Madelaine/Lorraine, MMM, Michels, Sensenbrenner, and VMC will close on Saturday, May 17 at 12:00 pm.  All students need to be moved out by 12:00 p.m.  Students requesting housing after 12:00 p.m. in these halls need to complete a Summer Housing Application.   Summer Housing information can be found here.
  • The Carriage House, College Houses, Convent, Gries, Rectory, Riverside, Townhouses, Vander Zanden apartments will close on Tuesday, May 20 at 12:00 pm.   All students need to be moved out by 12:00 p.m.  Students requesting housing after 12:00 p.m. need to complete a Summer Housing Application.   Summer Housing information can be found here.
  • Graduating seniors who live in a residence hall will be able to remain in their academic year assignment until Monday, May 19 at 12:00 pm.  Seniors who need to stay in a residence hall past 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 17 are required to fill out Summer Housing Application.  Summer Housing information can be found here. 
  • Students in upper class areas will be unable to check out on Sunday, May 18 until after 4:30 p.m. due to Commencement.

Intensive Study Hours

In an effort to create an environment in which all residents can adequately prepare for final exams, intensive quiet hours will be in effect starting at 12:00 a.m. on Friday, May 9 and will continue through 12:00 p.m. on Friday, May 16. During this time, no noise should be heard in the hallways or common area spaces within the residence halls. Relaxed quiet hours will take place daily from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., during which time normal noise levels are permitted. 

Room Inspections/Check-Out Procedures

All residents must check out of their assigned housing with a Resident Assistant/staff member.  It is the student's responsibility to pre-arrange a time 24 hours in advance with their Resident Assistant/staff member to properly check out.


Purpose of the scheduled check-out is:

  • Verify that the room has been cleaned thoroughly
  • Make sure all personal property has been removed
  • Complete an initial assessment of the room condition (RCR)
  • Collect room keys
  • Any student who doesn't properly check out of their residence will be charged a non-refundable $75. To check out properly you must arrange a check out time with a REH staff member, have the staff member check your room, sign the RCR, and turn in all keys at the time of inspection.


Final Room Inspection:

Please note that the check-out with the Resident Assistant is a preliminary check-out and not the final inspection. The Hall Director and a Facilities department staff member will be completing a thorough final inspection of each room and area after closing. Additional charges may be assessed at that time and billed to the residents.



Residents must be present at check-out to go over the Room Condition Report (RCR). If damage has occurred in a common living area, it is the responsibility of the resident(s) to inform the Resident Assistant/Staff member who is responsible for the damages.  If it is unknown who is responsible for the damage, all residents of an area will be billed.  

Students are held responsible for general hall damage or vandalism and asked to identify the individuals responsible.  If the responsible individual(s) cannot be determined, all students in a residence hall or floor will be billed for common area damages.


Checkout Guidelines

The condition of rooms should be the same as when residents checked in at the beginning of the year. All furniture (beds, desks, chairs, mattresses, etc.) should be in the room and must be placed back in the same location where they appeared at the time of check-in or charges will be assessed. Lofts/bunk beds must be assembled in Bergstrom, Burke, Michels and Sensenbrenner Halls. Beds in Madelaine/Lorraine, MMM, and VMC must be assembled by attaching the bed legs with bolts (if needed).    


Cleaning fees:

  • A cleaning fee will be charged for the removal of waste materials, posters, ceiling stars, adhesive residue, and decals from the walls/ceiling. Damage from writing and painting on the walls or doors will also be assessed.  
  • A cleaning fee up to $100.00 per residence hall room may be charged for rooms not cleaned well.  Carriage House, College Houses, Gries, Riverside, Townhouses and Vander Zanden areas found not cleaned well will be charged from $800 to $1200 cleaning fee PER UNIT. 
  • These charges will be spread equally among the assigned residents of the unit.  However, the expectation is that the room/area is thoroughly cleaned so that there is no need for extra cleaning charges.

Students are responsible for completing the following items before checking out of the room.

  1. Return rented College Products lofts according to the scheduled return hours.
  2. Make an appointment with your RA/staff member to check out.
  3. Vacuum the carpet, sweep and wet mop the tile floor.
  4. Damp sponge the inside of the closet and drawers of the dresser and desk.
  5. Sponge wash counter tops, dressers and desks.
  6. Wash all window sills and insides of the windows.
  7. If there is a sink or bathroom: Clean the shower and sink with cleanser. Sweep and wet mop the floor. Clean the toilet with a bowl cleaner.
  8. Remove glue, tape, poster putty and any residue from the floors, ceiling, and walls. All ceiling stars need to be removed.
  9. Beds should be reassembled with proper bed legs, nuts and bolts. All lofts/bunkable St. Norbert beds need to be bunked by the residents. 
  10. Clean out and wash all recycling/garbage bins and boot trays.
  11. Close and lock windows and doors after leaving.
  12. The SNC issued Computer Hub and cables should be in the room.
  13. Make sure college provided shower curtains, toilet seats and shower heads are put back on.

Students are responsible for complying with the above stated standards. If the room/area does not meet these standards upon inspection, the student or students will not be approved to check out. 


Give and Go: SNC Move-Out

All unwanted personal furniture, non-perishable food, clothing, electronics, school supplies, opened/unopened hygiene or cleaning supplies can be donated to St. Vincent de Paul. On April 25th, collection boxes will be placed in the following locations:  

Madelaine/Lorraine: First Floor Lobby 
Bergstrom: First Floor Lounge
Sensenbrenner: Basement Rec Room
MMM: First Floor Lobby 
Michels: First Floor Lobby 
Burke: Colonial Lounge
VMC: First Floor Entrance 
Carriage House: First Floor 

If you wish to donate large items, please call St. Vincent de Paul directly at (920) 435-4040 to schedule a pick-up time



If the items cannot be donated or recycled, they should be placed in the dumpsters at the locations below.

From Friday, May 9 – Sunday, May 18, dumpsters will be located:

            North Side:

  • Reid Street in front of Bergstrom
  • Parking lot in front of Vander Zanden Hall

South Side:

  • VMC lot by the northwest door
  • End of Marsh Street by Burke Hall in the cul-de-sac
  • In the fenced-in area at Michels Hall


From Friday, May 9- Wednesday, May 21, other dumpsters will be located: ‘

  • Behind Jacobs Court, middle west end of parking lot
  • Marsh Street in the service driveway between Schuldes Sports Center and Carriage House
  • Driveway between 623 Fourth Street and 705 Fourth Street
  • Open lot between 319 Marsh Street and 325 Marsh Street
  • 420 and 436 College Avenue apartments, enter from Marsh Street.  Place next to wood fence area on lawn.


Hallways and Common Areas

For fire and safety purposes, all hallways and common areas must be kept clear of items such as furniture, boxes and personal belongings. Items moved out of the room for temporary cleaning or loft/bunk take down must be back in individual student rooms by 9:00 p.m. each night. Staff members will be checking to ensure that the hallway and common area safety guidelines are being upheld.

Individuals found responsible for leaving their furniture and other personal items inside a residence hall or not placing the items in the provided dumpsters will be assessed $50 per item for removal.


Residence Hall Keys

Each resident's room key, suite key and/or exterior door key must be returned to their RA/Staff member on the day of departure. Failure to return residence hall and upper class housing room and/or exterior key will result in charges ranging from $34-$200 depending on the building.

SNC Mail Box Keys

All mail box keys need to be returned to the Mail Center before May 16th.  Any keys not returned by May 16 will have a NON-REFUNDABLE $10 charge added to your tuition bill.  If you need to keep the key for some reason, please contact the Mail Center.   Collection hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  Please contact the Mail Center (920)403-3214 or with questions or concerns.



College Products rented lofts can be returned during the following times.   Students need to take their rented lofts to the locations indicated.


Tuesday, May 13 ~ 5:00-7:00 pm

  • North:  Madelaine/Lorraine parking lot
  • South: VMC basement storage room #3.

Thursday, May 15 ~ 5:00-7:00 pm    

  • North: Madelaine/Lorraine parking lot
  • South: VMC basement storage room #3.


Last Meal in Ruth’s Marketplace and Ed’s/Meal Dollars

The last meal served in the Ruth’s Marketplace will be dinner until 6: 00 pm on Friday, May 16, 2014.  Ed’s closes at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, May 16, 2014.  Phil’s closes at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 16. Phil’s is open 10:00 – 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18. 


Information about summer meal plan options is located on the Dining Services website.  Meal dollars can be used through May 30, 2014.  


Move Out Parking Information

  • Move out:
    All faculty and staff are asked to NOT park their vehicles in the PAC lot on Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May 16.  Students and parents will be using these two lots as well as Reid and Marsh Streets as temporary parking areas so that their vehicles can be loaded and students can move out.   Students can park in the PAC lot temporarily on Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May 16 to move out.


Parking is not allowed on Reid Street before 3:30 p.m. on Monday, May 12, Tuesday, May 13 and Wednesday, May 14 due to science building construction.   Students can park on the north side of Reid Street on Thursday, May 15 and Friday, May 16 for move-out.


  • Graduation Parking:
    If you are staying on campus through graduation, you will need to park in the College Avenue lot #12 beginning Saturday May, 17 at 9:00 pm.  Campus Safety will be TOWING any vehicles left in the VMC lot #5 or the Schuldes West lot #7. These lots are designated for handicapped parking on the day of graduation.


Department of Residential Education and Housing

Phone: (920) 403-3360
Fax: (920) 403-3361

St. Norbert College • 100 Grant Street • De Pere, WI 54115-2099 • 920-337-3181