Are all of the rooms in Reuter the same?
All rooms in Reuter are the same size.
Can I get my deposit back?
Yes, you are allowed to get your deposit back if you notify the Office of Residence Life by May 1st that you will not be living in the Residence Hall for the following academic year. Contact Carol Beckerjeck (firstname.lastname@example.org) to cancel contract and request a refund of your deposit.
What leadership opportunities are there in Reuter?
There is a hall council executive team for Reuter Hall. These individuals apply to represent Reuter and are voted in by the residents of Reuter. The hall council executives help put on programs in the hall, create awareness about a variety of topics, and help make Reuter a better living environment from feedback they get from the residents.
What work opportunities are there in Reuter Hall?
There is the opportunity to work at the Reuter Front Desk. Half of the desk staff is hired in the spring for the following academic year. The other half will be hired within the first week of fall semester. The Front Desk is a great place to work if you like to meet new people! More information can be found here. There are also Assistant Housekeeper positions available. The timeline for applying and selection is the same for the Front Desk. Both positions are a year-long commitment. Check your email for notifications on these fun and exciting positions.
Are there studies on each floor?
No, there are not studies on each floor. However, there is a large group study located on the first floor that is available for group or individual study. The lobby is also open for studying purposes.
Is the basement off limits?
Yes, the basement is off limits. However, residents who choose to loft their bed pick up the additional loft pieces found in loft storage located in the basement. International storage is also located in the basement in which out-of-state residents (excluding Minnesota) can store 2 pieces of luggage. Access to loft storage and international storage is only during specified times during the academic year. Other basement spaces are university storage and mechanical rooms which are off-limits to residents.
How are suites chosen?
There is a suite selection night. During this event, residents pick the suite that they will be living in the following academic year. The following is the order in which the residents are able to pick suites. First priority goes to residents who want to return to the same suite, then current Reuter residents that want to switch suites to another suite, and then individuals who have not lived in Reuter before. Because of an increased satisfaction level among residents who select their own suitemates, groups of four receive a higher priority within the sign up process, before groups of two or three sign up.