Welcome Home, Residents!

We hope your first few weeks with us have been great and that you’ve gotten settled in to your new home. Of course, if you need anything, feel free to let one of our Community Assistants know, and they will be more than happy to assist you. We want to wish all of our residents good luck in their studies and on midterms as this semester starts to pick up. When you need a study break, stop by one of our events that we have regularly. See the last page for a detailed schedule of this month’s events. We hope to see you out at the first home game of the season — go Runners!



Maintenance Tips

Help to improve your time here by taking a look at these great tips from our maintenance team!

Smoke detectors

When the battery gets low, these devices will beep to notify residents that the battery needs changing. Please don’t unplug or remove these from the ceiling when the battery gets low. These devices are for your safety, and removing them renders them useless. Notify the office as soon as it starts beeping, and we will happily replace the battery as soon as possible.

Light bulbs

If you notice a light is out, inside or outside of your apartment, let the office know, and we will have it changed immediately.

When you need to submit a maintenance request, feel free to stop by the office, give us a call, or go online. You can submit maintenance requests through your resident portal anytime.



Reminders & Updates

To keep the pool enjoyable for all residents, we ask that you keep music at a respectful level, and please refrain from having glass, pets, or any other prohibited items inside the pool gates. These rules will be strictly enforced, and any resident or guest of a resident found in violation of these will be asked to leave the pool and could incur fines. We also ask that residents wear their amenity bands and be with their guests at all times. Residents are responsible for their guests and any damage caused by them.

Don’t forget that rent is always due on the 1st in full, and late fees start on the 4th.

If you have an after-hours issue related to your apartment, please call the office to be connected with the appropriate person.


The Students First™ Passport Program

We want to make sure you know how to make the most of your experience this year while living at our community. Check out the four easy steps below on how to join and participate in our Students First™ Passport Program, which will open the doors to fun events and great rewards for you!

Step 1: Get Your Passport

If you’re a new resident, you should’ve received your Students First™ Passport in the welcome packet materials you received on move-in day. If not or if you’re a returning resident, please stop by the management office today to get yours!

Step 2: Keep It Safe

Write your name on the inside cover of your Students First™ Passport, and keep it in a safe location so you don’t misplace it. If you ever need a replacement, just stop by the management office to get a new one. However, we can’t give you back your lost stamps, so try not to lose it!

Step 3: Attend Community Events

We’re going to have a ton of great events for you this year, so make sure to keep an eye out on social media, flyers, and these monthly newsletters to see what’s coming up. When you come to an event, bring your Students First™ Passport with you to receive a stamp for attending. Some events may even be worth more than one stamp, so definitely check those out!

Step 4: Win Big

Throughout the year, we’ll advertise times when stamps can be redeemed for rewards or prizes. In some cases, stamps could equal raffle tickets in a drawing for an awesome prize, or they could count toward a discount on services. Make sure to keep an eye out for the updated Students First™ Passport posters in the management office and clubhouse to find out what your stamps are worth!

That’s it! Four easy steps to join and use our Students First™ Passport Program this year. We hope you have a great year, and if you have any questions or need anything, please don’t hesitate to let us know. Happy traveling!


Community Events Calendar

Pizza & PD — September 1 from 5:00–7:00 p.m.

Come to the clubhouse for an informative session on personal safety with the local police department and grab some pizza.


Cookin’ with The Luxx — September 2 @ 7:00 p.m.

Learn the basics of getting around your kitchen and some helpful cooking tips, and treat yourself to a tasty meal while doing it.


Fitness Fest — September 4 from 4:00–6:00 p.m.

Fight the freshman 15 and learn some healthy living tips. Boot camp, yoga, and more will be led in the Flex Studio.


Campus Life & Cookies — September 7 from noon–2:00 p.m.

Looking for a club or organization to join? Want to start one on campus? Stop by the conference room and get more information about campus life.


Sunday Funday — September 20 from noon–2:00 p.m.

Come out to the volleyball court and grab some food from one of the many food trucks that will be on site.


Roommate Dating Game — September 24 from 7:00–8:00 p.m.

It’s been a little over a month that you’ve been living together — how well do you know your roommate?