Do I have to move out between semesters?
No. University Villages does not require tenants to move out between semesters, and tenants must give a 30-day notice to vacate the unit.
How do I put in a maintenance request for my apartment?
Maintenance requests can be submitted on Residence Life Online
. You may also call the University Villages Office Monday-Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm, at (406) 243-6030. Please call early in the day to allow the maintenance technician time to complete the repair. Repair requests submitted later in the day may not be done until the following day unless it is an emergency. If you have an EMERGENCY repair after 5:00pm, please call (406) 243-6030, and the after hours Community Assistant will assist you.
If I am having trouble with my neighbor, who do I report it to?
You are encouraged to speak with the Community Assistant in your area. If you are unsure of who your CA is, please contact the University Villages Office at (406) 243-6030. You may also call the Area Coordinator at (406) 243-6037 if you are unable to connect with your Community Assistant. The Area Coordinator works with our Community Assistant staff to resolve conflict and follow up as issues arise.
If you are having an issue between 5:00pm-8:00am and need immediate assistance, please call the CA On-Call at (406) 552-3375 for issues that arise overnight.
Where is the Community Center located, and what hours is it open?
The Community Center is located at 2595 Maurice Ave. directly behind the University Villages Office. It is open for use each day of the week from 12:00pm to 9:00pm.
Where may my guests and visitors park?
Visitor parking is limited to four areas: 1) City street parking, 2) West side of Yreka Court where designated, 3) North end of Helena Court where designated, and 4) Cinnabar Drive north and south ends where designated.
Are pets allowed in University Villages?
Fish are the only pets currently allowed in University Villages apartments. Residents with an unapproved pet will be in violation of the Student Conduct Code and may be evicted. This policy also applies to any guest visiting a tenant. If an unapproved or unauthorized pet is found on the premises, violators could lose their entire damage deposit and may be evicted through the Student Conduct Code process. Any damages, including the replacement of carpet, will be billed to your student account. Exceptions will be made for individuals who require a service or companion animal. This request must go through the Disability Services for Students Office. This request must be submitted and approved prior to the animal being in the apartment.
I have been placed on Academic Suspension for the next semester. Do I need to vacate my apartment at University Villages?
Yes. Students living in student housing are required to successfully complete at least 7 credits per semester. If you were unable to complete these classes, you will need to give a 30-day notice and vacate.
Why can I not store furniture or tires outside my apartment?
In the interest of fire safety, please keep all stairways, landings, balcony walkways, and breezeways clean and free of obstructions such as toys, bikes, boxes, furniture, tires, large plants, and the like. We reserve the right to remove any obstructions that create unsafe or unsightly conditions.
May I smoke cigarettes outside my apartment on my balcony or stairs?
In accordance with the University of Montana’s tobacco free policy, students may not smoke or use tobacco products outside the apartment buildings on campus property. Tobacco use is allowable only at the following locations: Sidewalks along Beckwith, Arthur, 5th and 6th Streets west of Maurice, Maurice north of 6th Street, Kim Williams Trail, and all properties outside of those borders and beyond boundaries of any property of the University of Montana.