Housing and Residence Life Ranger Recovery
RETURNING, NEW RANGER AND RANGER FAMILIES
As you may have heard RANGER RECOVERY is still underway. We look forward to you joining us! Housing and Residence Life has detailed plans to welcome students to our residence halls at full capacity. By working together and everyone doing their part, we can continue to have a safe, healthy, and successful year.
We recognize that the situation continues to evolve, we will communicate as more details develop. Please check your @ranger.uwp.edu email account regularly for updates.
Steven Wallner | Dean of Students
- Check My Housing for room assignment and roommates
- Check SOLAR account for classes, billing, and financial aid
- New Students: Upload a picture for my Ranger Card
- New Students: Obtain Ranger Card (campus ID card) upon check in at Residence Life
- Purchase Parking Permit
- Buy my Books
- Submit my vaccination record to MyChart
MOVE IN DAYS
You may move back to campus anytime beginning Sunday, September 5, 2021.
You may move in anytime beginning Monday, September 6, 2021. Pick up your keys and move in packets from the Office of Housing and Residence Life, located in Ranger Hall room 36 during office hours. (Enter on the parking lot level.)
MON-FRI | 8 AM-6 PM
Your Ranger Card ID is needed for dining and building access.
New residents and returning residents will need to upload a picture (E-Photo) to your Ranger Card account!
Ranger Card E-Photo Submission Information
- Select Quick Link ‘Upload a Photo (through the Online Card Office)’ and login to the Online Card Office
- Select ‘Profile’ on the upper left and follow the instructions to submit a new photo
- This will take you to the Personal Information page where you should have an option to ‘Click to submit a new photo’
- Wait until Cloudcard finishes loading and then you will have an option to upload your photo in a black box located in the center of the page.
- Make sure to read the Photo Requirements on the left side and then upload your photo to the system. The University reserves the right to make final determinations regarding acceptance of any Ranger Card E-Photo submission. Special accommodations will be made to obtain an accurate picture.
- Replacement ID cards can be purchased at the Campus Concierge for $10.
- If you don’t get your Ranger Card with your check-in packet, email Rangercard@uwp.edu for an appointment to arrange to pick up.
Returning residents will need to email Rangercard@uwp.edu to arrange a new ID to be printed and picked up: cost is $10 for replacement ID.
For your convenience, residence halls will continue to offer double rooms, single rooms, and super single rooms.
MAIL AND PACKAGES
Residence Hall mail and package service are centrally located in the Housing & Residence Life Office. Go to the link for more information regarding the of delivery mail and packages.
RULES AND EXPECTATIONS
To minimize the spread of COVID-19 some modifications to student housing policies will be necessary. Changes will be communicate to residents via Ranger Mail.
Residence Hall Community Standards
All residence hall students will be expected to abide by residence hall community standards which have been designed to support a healthy living environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Masks | Students will be expected to wear masks in the residence halls except for in the privacy of their residence hall rooms and when showering and brushing teeth.
Masks are not required in your assigned housing space.
Social Distancing | Students are encouraged to physically distance in common residence hall areas.
Guests | Students are permitted to have guests. They are responsible for making sure their guests abide by the current policy.
Physical Hygiene | Students will be expected to maintain a basic level of cleanliness in their residence hall rooms. Proper and frequent handwashing is expected. Sanitizing stations are available at various entry and exit locations.
Students who fail to cooperate with the community standards identified by Housing and Residence Life may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of their residence hall contract and/or suspension from the university. Every reasonable effort will be made to gain voluntary cooperation from a student before engaging in the formal disciplinary process.
Policies, Symptom Monitoring, and Health Expectations
Students are highly encouraged to self-monitor daily for COVID-19 symptoms utilizing the screening tool via Wisconsin Health Connect. Any student who develops symptoms should contact Student Health Services during normal business hours or the local health care system on evenings and weekends.
Students are highly encouraged to get the flu shot before returning to campus.
QUARANTINE AND ISOLATION SPACES
Isolation and quarantine are two different ways residents may remove themselves from public shared spaces and we will use these terms differently depending on a student’s situation. We have created spaces for both “self-isolation” and “self-quarantine” in our residence halls.
Any student living on campus who tests positive for COVID-19, will be required to move to a self-isolation room on campus until they have been cleared medically to return to their permanent housing assignment.
Any roommate of a student who tests positive for COVID-19 will be required to move to a self-quarantine room on campus and monitor for symptoms for 14 days.
Meal delivery from Dining Services will be available for on-campus residents who are in self-isolation or self-quarantine.
TESTING | CONTACT TRACING
Residents who have not uploaded their vaccination records to MyChart (link), including COVID 19, will be required to test for COVID weekly on campus. Students who are symptomatic will be evaluated by the medical providers in the Student Health and Counseling Center and tested as deemed appropriate. Residents who test positive are expected to cooperate with local county health department representatives who will conduct in-depth interviews to identify with whom the infected individual has had close contact recently. A resident who tests positive will be required to isolate for up to 10 days or until cleared by a health care provider. A resident who is identified as a close contact will be required to quarantine for up to 10 days.
FACILITY AVAILABILITY AND ACCESS
The Housing and Residence Life Office located on the parking lot level of Ranger Hall will be open during the following times:
MON-FRI | 8 AM-6 PM
Community Kitchen | Open and Available
Drinking Fountains | Available with bottle service
Cleaning and Disinfecting
Students are expected to clean and disinfect their rooms on a regular basis.
Ranger Hall bathrooms are cleaned and disinfected daily. Pike River Suites and University Apartments bathrooms are cleaned and disinfected biweekly. Disinfectant will be supplied in each University Apartments and Pike River Suites bathroom for students to use as they see fit. Common areas are cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis.
Students are encouraged to bring additional cleaning supplies to keep their personal spaces clean and may want to consider bringing their own disinfecting wipes to clean fixtures prior to and after use.
HALL STAFF AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
All of our residence halls will continue to be fully staffed with the following team members:
Hall Directors (HDs) | They are live-in professionals who supervise the student staff within their building. They are here to assist in your transition to college providing academic, social, wellness, and personal development support.
Resident Advisors (RAs) | They are upper-class students who live on the residence hall floors. They are your go-to-person for all concerns on your floor. Whether you want to get more involved, are in the middle of a roommate conflict, or are simply wanting a person to connect to, your RA is ready to assist you.
Although our planning for activities and programs may differ, we are still committed to providing many exciting ways to connect students to their hall community, and to UW-Parkside as a whole. Living on campus still provides many benefits to residents including proximity to the academic buildings and dining services, access to campus information and resources, and connections to peers, diverse environments, and opportunities to meet a variety of individuals.