Services and Amenities
Rooms are equipped with single beds, mattresses, a dresser to be shared, chairs, study desks, and a closet. Students are expected to furnish their own personal belongings such as linens, blankets, pillows, towels, study lamps, and wastebaskets. Rooms are also provided basic cable service along with wired and wireless internet (when available).
All delivery services (UPS, Federal Express, USPS parcel, Floral Shops, etc.) will deliver to the Wildcat Mailroom, Kanter Student Center lower cafeteria level. Students will be notified through their WSC email address when they have a parcel for pickup.
All residence halls are equipped with free use washers and dryers. All washing machines use high efficiency (HE) laundry detergent only. Students should furnish their own irons, ironing boards, and laundry detergents. Students should not dye fabrics in the washing machines. Any malfunction of laundry equipment should be reported immediately to the Office of Residence Life, Kanter Student Center, Room 201.
Mail to the residence halls is distributed through the Wildcat Mail Room located in the lower cafeteria level of the Kanter Student Center. Students will be notified through their WSC email address when they have mail for pickup. Mail that requires a student's signature (certified mail, insured, delivery confirmation, etc.) needs to be signed for and picked up at the college mail room in Hahn Building Room 104D. FedEx, UPS, or USPS packages can be picked up at the Wildcat Mail Room, Kanter Student Center. Security of the mail is of great importance, and every effort is made to handle mail carefully. Outgoing mail may be deposited in one of several mailboxes on campus.
The correct address format to send mail to your campus residence hall is:
Residence Hall Name, Room #
Wayne, NE 68787-1172
Each hall has a reception desk near the main entrance of the building. Reception desks are staffed and run by student workers. Residence hall desks are open from 8 p.m. to Midnight daily. The main desk is responsible for issuing gaming equipment, vacuum check out, facilitating guest registration, contacting the hall staff when needed, assisting students with questions and providing information to the general public.
All necessary repairs or replacement of furnishings or equipment should be reported promptly to residence hall staff. A maintenance work request will be forwarded to Campus Services immediately. Students are reminded to check the room carefully and report on the Room Condition Report (RCR) the condition of all college-owned articles in the room at the time of moving in so that they are not unjustly assessed damages or replacement costs for these items when they move out of the residence hall.