Accommodation (Residence Halls)
Accommodation (Residence halls)
USTF is eager to ensure the success of the education it provides. Female Student accommodation is therefore given high priority, as it plays a key role in student well-being and can have a positive impact on academic performance. For this reason, an independent department has been founded which is concerned with every aspect of life in the student accommodation, for example, matters of comfort, the mini-market, health club, internet, etc. These services are offered at very reasonable prices. The restaurant is run inside the campus by a third-party company which is a well-known company in the catering field.
In addition, the organization offers additional free facilities:
Electricity and water, study rooms, libraries, and newspapers.
Well-designed rooms equipped with appropriate facilities such as furniture, refrigerators, AC, etc.
Continuous supervision (day and night) by qualified supervisors
Comfortable transportation between the accommodation and shopping centers.
Student conduct in Residential Halls is subject to certain regulations
Security - all residential halls are protected by security staff patrols
Curfew - staff monitor attendance records regularly for absences. Repeated violations of attendance regulations may result in dismissal from the residential hall for one or more semesters.
Smoking students are allowed to smoke out of doors. However, smoking in common areas is strictly prohibited
Littering - all students are expected to maintain cleanliness inside the halls. Rooms are inspected periodically for cleanliness.
Alcohol/Illegal Drugs - the use of alcohol or illegal drugs is strictly prohibited on campus. Students found in violation of this regulation will face severe disciplinary consequences.
Housekeeping - student rooms are cleaned at least once a week, and all common areas are cleaned daily
Dorm Leave - all resident students are expected to sleep in their residential hall every night, except during official dorm closing periods or upon verification with residential hall staff by parents/guardians
To conclude, the DSA is eager to promote the quality of life in residential halls.
The Dean pays regular visits, meeting students and listening to their suggestions and complaints. The DSA also receives regular reports from advisors concerning conditions in the halls and takes action as necessary.