How do I request a telephone or a voice mailbox for my residence hall room?
Submit a Telecom Service Request Form to request service
11 Things students should know about telephone and voice mail service
How to request telephone and voice mail service
- Upon your request, a single-line, non-display, corded phone, will be installed.
- Residence hall and house phones only allow campus, local, and 911 calls.
- To call a long distance number from a residence hall or house campus phone, a calling card is required (students are responsible for purchasing their own long-distance calling card).
- Sharing a phone may be required when multiple students residing in the same room request a phone.
- Requested telephone and voice mail service is made available at no cost to students.
- Caller ID is not available in residence halls or houses.
- Campus public phones are located on every floor of residence halls and in each house and allow on-campus, local, and 911 calls only.
- Kirk Hall phones are installed in the common room and NOT in the individual bedrooms.
- GDD Hall phones are installed in the individual bedrooms and NOT in the common room.
- Summit House phones are located in the bedrooms and NOT in the common areas.
- Phones have already been installed in the common areas of on-campus houses and requests to install additional phones cannot be honored.
College-supplied phone for students upon request
- Complete and submit the Student Telecom Service Request Form 2015-2016.
- You will be sent an email notification with further instructions when your request is completed.
- To learn how to set up your voice mailbox, see FAQ 642.
- For more information, visit the ITS Telephone information page.
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