Current Student Information
Here is a helpful list of information for Current and Returning Students.
Program Description and Applications
Campus Living offers a wide range of programs and activities in all of our halls. These programs enhance the educational experience at East Carolina University by offering opportunities to learn and grow outside the classroom. In addition, we offer more focused educational programs in some of our halls, to add to the campus educational experience in specific area. All of these programs are based in a specific hall or halls. Some of these programs are based on Academic Major and are selected by being part of specific majors or programs, and other programs are have a separate application process.
Our Current Programs can be found
RezNet is the high speed Internet service that is provided in your residence hall room. It is a “wired” connection in most halls, but Campus Living is adding wireless to halls on a schedule. ECU offers wireless connections in some of our residence halls and in most of the public areas (lobby, some laundry areas) of all residence halls. In those halls without wireless in the rooms- you will be using a Ethernet cable and port. Bringing or using your own wireless access point is prohibited for security reasons.
Campus Living provides technical support via “house calls” from our Resident Computer Consultants (RCC). Students can get assistance over the phone or request technical support from a RCC by calling the ITCS Helpdesk at 328-9866. Students can also use the services of the ACE Computing Center in the Rawl Building. The hours, location and contact information for ACE can be found at http://www.ecu.edu/ace/.
Health, Safety, and Security Program
If you were assigned to complete the HSS education program, please begin by thoroughly reading the Health, Safety, and Security PowerPoint. The presentation can be found here. After reviewing the PowerPoint presentation please follow this link to access the 10 question quiz. After you have completed and submitted the quiz, please contact the Campus Living Conduct Office at 252-328-4917 to let them know.
Campus Living Conduct Office
The Campus Living Conduct Office is located in the front of Aycock Hall in the College Hill Neighborhood. The staff in the office work with students to educate them about the expectations of living on campus in a college community. The office is staffed by full time professionals, as well as graduate and undergraduate para-professional staff.