Services & Amenities
The Housing and Greek Life Office strives to provide services and amenities to our students that make Pacific feel like home. Your comfort and safety, as well as your education and sense of community are of the utmost importance to our staff; and the University as a whole. The following is a list of items and services provide to our residents:
- Furniture Each resident is provided with a bed, dresser, desk, and desk chair. Most of the mattresses are 36 inches wide and 80 inches in length, requiring twin extra long sheets.
- Furniture in the Apartments
In addition to the individual room furniture, apartments are provided with the following for the dining/living areas: couch and chair or loveseat, coffee table/ TV stand, dining room table and chairs.
- Bunk and Loft Beds
The beds in your residence hall room are bunkable. If you and your roommate(s) would like to bunk your beds, please contact your RA (Resident Assistant or the Housing and Greek Life Office), and bunk pegs will be provided to you.Lofts are allowed under the following conditions:Lofts must be constructed of lumber. PVC, Metal pipes and other building materials are NOT permitted.
At the end of the semester, you are responsible for removing all items or supplies used to decorate your room or apartment. Students will be charged for damages, missing items, cleaning and disposing of items at the end of the semester.
- A 2.5 lb rated ABC Fire Extinguisher must be mounted onto the loft or proof of purchase for fire retardant paint/wood.
- Vertical support legs are a minimum of 4x4 lumber.
- Horizontal supports are a minimum of 2x4 lumber.
- Other framing is a minimum of 2x4.
- The components of the loft must be bolted together.
- The loft must be self-supporting and free standing.
- The bed frame is supported and intact.
- The loft has a means of safe access.
- Loft is not obstructing room fixtures, equipment or exits (including windows).
- Loft has a minimum of 30 inches clearance from top of mattress to ceiling.
- Loft contracts are available in the Housing and Greek Life Office.
- Keys and Card Access At check-in, each resident is provided with a room key and access to their specific building through their University ID card. The University ID card system is availble for most buildings’ exterior doors. However, some apartment residents will be provided an exterior door key in the absence of card system access to the exterior door. Mail keys are distributed through the Mail Room. Lost or stolen room/exterior keys need to be reported to the Housing Office promptly to maintain security. Students are charged for the replacement of lost keys or access cards.
- Air Conditioning All residence hall communities and most apartments have central air-conditioning. Select apartments may have wall mounted air-conditioning units at multiple locations in the apartment Residents may not install their own air conditioning system.
There are lounges on each floor of resident halls, and the Monagan / Brookside apartment communities. Each lounge is furnished with couches and chairs and many offer a television, pool table and other relaxing amenities.
- Quiet and Study Hours
There are no curfews or visitation hours in the halls. Study hours are 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Quiet hours start at 11:00 p.m. during the week and 1:00 a.m. on weekends. All facilities have 24-hour courtesy hours.