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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Richard Zagrzecki
Communications Coordinator
832-842-4722
rzagrzec@central.uh.edu

Spring On-Campus Housing Registration Kicks Off Nov. 11

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Houston, Nov. 10, 2014 — Registration opens Nov. 11 for students who want to take advantage of living on campus during the spring semester.

Most of the University's seven residential communities have rooms available. To sign up, students should log in to AccessUH using their myUH ID and password then click on the myHousing icon.

"This is a wonderful opportunity for those who have considered living on campus," said Don Yackley, executive director of Student Housing and Residential Life. "Our communities provide services and programs that will enrich the overall student experience at UH."

On-campus living offers numerous advantages, including convenience. Residents are just a short walk away from their classes, campus activities, the library and dining halls. They don't have to worry about finding a parking space. It's also educational. Live-in faculty from different disciplines and fields live in most of the residential facilities. They work with housing staff to provide residents with fun and educational programs.

More information about each of the facilities can be found on the Student Housing and Residential Life website. Each facility has its own eligibility requirements. To find out what they are, go here. For questions, contact Student Housing and Residential Life at 713-743-6000 or housing@uh.edu.

 


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