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40 ties or sororities who will be residing in their orga- nization’s official house. Those fraternities and sororities must be members of Interfraternity Council Panhellenic Association and National Panhellenic Council, Inc. and approved by the Dean of Students Office. If students wish to appeal a decision concerning their petition for an exemp- tion to the University On-Campus Housing Agreement, they may obtain information on the appeals procedure from the University Housing Services, (309) 438-8611. APARTMENT LIVING Two university-owned apartment complexes provide residents with an environment conducive to both personal and academic growth. Qualifying upper-class, married, family, and graduate stu- dents are eligible to reside in these units. There are 292 unfurnished apartments in the two complexes, Cardinal Court and 300 Shelbourne Drive, offering residents a quiet envi- ronment, community atmosphere, excellent main- tenance service, spacious grounds, and good proximity to academic buildings. Rental rates for 2005-2006 ranged from $334 to $457 per month. Water service is provided by the University; all other utilities are paid by the resident. A $250 security deposit is required and is held until after occupancy is terminated. For additional informa- tion and an application contact the University Housing Services Office. Off-Campus Housing: The University does not participate in housing contracts issued to stu- dents renting space in private housing and does not participate in the inspection of any off-cam- pus housing. Campus Opportunities RECREATION SERVICES AND UNIVERSITY GOLF COURSE Web site: Student Recreation Building, Beech and Willow; (309) 438-PLAY The OUTDOOR Store, 220 N. Main, (309) 438-8419 University Golf Course, Gregory Street, (309) 438 8065 Recreation Services and University Golf Course encourages personal enrichment by pro- viding a variety of leisure experiences and recre- ational opportunities. For semester program information and for a comprehensive guide to the many services, programs, facilities and events provided consult the department’s Web site at . The department operates three facilities: The Student Recreation Building features open recreation areas for racquetball, basketball, walk/jog, sand volleyball, a juice bar, and locker rooms. In addition, the Weights Plus program con- sisting of cardiovascular, circuit training and free weight equipment operates in this facility. Student memberships for Weights Plus and Group Fitness are available for purchase and can be combined. The department's administrative offices are located on the second level of the building. The University Golf Course a par 71, 18- hole course. The renovated Golf Course features a new irrigation system, rebuilt greens with bent grass fairways and 14 new forward and champi- onship tees along with a fully stocked pro shop, snack bar, and cart and club rentals. Student daily, semester, and season passes are available.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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