The Regency offers 6 floor plans to choose from including the Studio floor plan we will discuss in detail here!  The Studio floor plan is a private apartment with a full bath and upgraded kitchenette type area located in the Regency North Hall.

As a resident of the Regency, you will have access to all of the amenities in our community in addition to the features in your apartment. 

The Regency is broken into two areas called the "Tower" and the "North Hall".  We have nearly all apartment styles in both areas and we provide an overview of how preferences are chosen in our Apartment Preferences article!  The Studio is located only in the North Hall at this time!
   
      

💭  Introducing the Studio Floor Plan ____________________________________________

You have to see it to believe it!  Our dedicated leasing team is available to support you 7 days for walk in tours and scheduling tours.  Learn more about touring here!
 
   

Included in Bed & Common Area

✅  Full Size, Extra Long Bed
✅  Dresser
✅  Desk with Computer Chair
✅  Side Table w/ chair
✅  Mini Fridge
✅  Microwave
✅  Counter top with dark wood Cabinets
✅  Blinds on all windows
✅  Lock on Front Door

Included in Bathroom

✅  Shower & Bathtub (combo)
✅  Shower Curtain Rod
✅  Towel Rack
✅  Sink, toilet and mirror 

Handicap Unit Reminder:  We are required to have a specific number of apartments onsite that are designed for various handicap requirements.  This can change the layout of the room, height of the counter tops, remove closets, etc.  If you would like to see if you are placed in a handicap unit, please email leasing@regencystudenthousing.com once you have received your placement email!

💭  What to Bring ____________________________________________

Planning for your new apartment is exciting and we know you will have many questions!  Many of our past residents over the years have provided what they hoped to remember to bring and we have the list here! 

On the tour, you may have seen items that you were unsure of whether or not they were included.  Above, we outline everything included but it is worth noting that the decorations, electronics, food and anything else not on the list above will not be included!
  

Ideas on What to Bring...

💡  Tips to Cooking in a Dorm-style apartment ____________________________________________

Throughout your research you have likely seen how apartments and dorms do not allow any open flamed cooking devices, candles, etc. due to fire code issues. 

Cooking in a dorm, or even an apartment, is much easier these days and we ask that you use the following concepts and leave your toasters, candles, etc. at home as they are violations!

It is safe to assume that anything with a flame is not permitted and can be replaced at a fairly affordable price using products that plug in to an electrical outlet.

    

Example of Solutions to try:

  • Replace your toaster with a toaster oven
  • Use dutch ovens and crock pots as a replacement for an oven and crock pot
  • Replace candles with "plug ins" or "scentsy pots" (sample)
  • Replace a grill with something like a George Foreman grill

Research what college students across the nation suggest by searching on Pinterest, Google and more! 

  

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