Important dates & more
- Campus safety
- Computer accounts and network use
- Dining on campus
- Immunization records
- Laundry facilities
- Student bill
- Vehicle use and parking
Daily health screening
- All residents will need to complete the student screening form each day they are on campus.
Each student is assigned a mailbox in their residence hall. Mail is delivered to the halls once each day, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays and college vacation periods. When a package is received, a resident assistant (RA) records the package in the RA office. Students are notified to sign and pick up their package in the RA's office.
Outgoing postage paid letters may be left in the RA office for delivery. Since the campus mail service is not an official branch of the United States Post Office, some outgoing mail services (e.g., packages, registered mail, overseas parcels, and money orders) are not offered. The Campus Store, located in the Hamilton Collegiate Center, sells postage stamps.
NOTE: Overnight packages will be delayed arriving at residence halls. Due to this delay, residents are strongly encouraged not to have packages shipped overnight.
Hillside Suites North Address
Suite # and letter (306B) Hillside Suites North
P.O. Box 1179
Jamestown, NY 14702-1179
Hillside Suites South Address
Suite # and letter (306B) Hillside Suites South
P.O. Box 1199
Jamestown, NY 14702-1199
Hillside Suites West Address
Suite # and letter (306B) Hillside Suites West
P.O. Box 1159
Jamestown, NY 14702-1159
If you wish to mail a package to a resident and need a physical address, please use the following:
Suite # and Letter Hillside Suites (specify building)
525 Falconer Street
Jamestown, NY 14701
Mailbox keys must be returned to a resident director (RD) when moving out of the residence halls. Lost, stolen, or unreturned mailbox keys will result in a $50 charge to the resident's bill. If you wish to have your mail forwarded, update your address in Banner prior to moving out.
Residence Life offers free transportation through TEAM Services to Lakewood and downtown Jamestown. Stops include Walmart, Wegmans, Chautauqua Mall, Aldi’s, North West Arena, and Reg Lenna Civic Center, with many other options within walking distance of the main stops.
You are allowed a few small packages/bags on your trip, as large items may not be able to be transported. Residents who miss scheduled pickup times are responsible for their own transportation back to campus.
Dates are listed on the digital sign boards in each lobby.
To assist with reducing possible exposure of COVID-19 to the Hillside Suites and college community, visitation restrictions will be in place.
At this time, no visitors are allowed to enter the Hillside Suites at any time other than to assist with the initial move-in (following a health screening). This includes, but is not limited to: friends, family, and non-residential JCC students.
Do I need to complete a daily health screening? All students are required to take a daily health survey to help JCC’s health center monitor anyone who might develop symptoms that could be related to COVID-19.
Do I have to wear a face mask in the Hillside Suites? If you are fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination, you do not need to wear a mask. If you are partially vaccinated or unvaccinated, you must continue to wear a mask in indoor and outdoor areas (if you are unable to maintain 6 foot distancing outdoors) and public transportation.
Will the Jayhawk Cafe still be open for meals? On-campus dining will be modified to include pre-packaged hot meals, grab'n go items, and microwavable frozen or fresh meals. The Jayhawk Cafe's seating capacity will be reduced to comply with social distancing protocols.
Will I be able to meet with my residence director (RD) or the director of Residence Life throughout the semester? The Residence Life staff will be readily available to assist students throughout the semester. To assist with social distancing efforts, staff will determine the most appropriate format to meet with a student. Many meetings or inquiries will be conducted by phone, Zoom, or other similar formats.
Will the Hillside Suites have reduced occupancy? The Residence Life program has reduced its overall occupancy. All five-person suites have been reduced by eliminating either a single bedroom or a double bedroom. The Hillside Suites allow for students to have private bedrooms in apartment-style living quarters, with up to four individuals assigned to each suite. Each suite will be considered a ‘family unit,’ according to CDC guidelines.
Will there still be activities and programming? The Residence Life and Campus Life offices develop a calendar of events. Activities and campus involvement will be dependent on health and safety guidelines.
Will I be able to switch rooms during the semester? At this time, once students have moved on to campus, room assignments will be final. Any exceptions will be determined by the director of Residence Life or their designee.
Summer break: week of May 12
Residents must be moved out 24 hours after their last final.
All items must be removed from the bedrooms.
Students graduating or volunteering at commencement must get clearances from the director of Residence Life to stay in the halls through finals week.
Prior to departure, all residents should make sure of the following:
- You need to turn in your keys prior to departure. Should you fail to do so, the cost for replacement is $50 each, which will not be taken out of your security deposit. Please touch base with your RD to make arrangements.
- Pack everything that is yours, as this is the final move-out for the academic school year.
Health and safety inspections
All suite spaces will be inspected over break. Those with health and cleanliness violations will receive $25 fines for each infraction. Those with safety or policy violations will have items confiscated and notices given to see their RD.
- All bedrooms and suite spaces should be cleaned.
- Pack all of your personal items.
- All trash should be taken to the rollaway dumpsters.
- Thermostats should be set to cool, auto, 70 degrees.
- All windows should be latched shut.
- Lock suite and bedroom doors.
- Suite lamps, kitchen fridge, and stove do not need to be unplugged.
- Work together as a suite to make sure that everything is clean and good to go before departing. Do not leave all of the cleaning for the last person to leave.
- Make your travel arrangements well in advance.
- Check your mail before you leave.
- Check out with a member of the Residence Life staff to avoid an Improper Check-Out fee.
- Have questions? Ask a staff member!