VACATION EXPERIENCE. RVRC, PGPR & UTOWN (Non-Residents, NUS Students)

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1 VACATION EXPERIENCE RVRC, PGPR & UTOWN (Non-Residents, NUS Students)

2 Vacation Experience What is this? An Opportunity for NUS Students who are NON-RESIDENTS to experience on-campus stay with Office of Housing Services student accommodations. Who Can Apply? Current NUS Students (holding NUS Matric Card) who are not staying on campus. When and Who Can Stay? 11 Dec 2017 to 11 Jan 2018 vacation period, subject to availability. Strictly for applicants affiliated to NUS Academic programs only. No subletting or sharing is allowed. Single occupant per room. Where? Ridge View Residential College (Non A/C Room) Prince George s Park Residences (Non A/C Room) UTown Residential Colleges (A/C & Non A/C Room) How to apply? Between 20 Nov to 4 Dec 2017, students can apply via walk-in at the respective housing offices management offices.

3 Locations

4 Vacation Experience available at : Tembusu College Cinnamon College College of Alice and Peter Tan (CAPT) Residential College 4 (RC4) * Subject to availability on a first come, first serve basis.

5 Please take note that all Vacation Experience rooms are non A/C. * Subject to availability on a first come, first serve basis.

6 Please take note that all Vacation Experience rooms are non A/C. * Subject to availability on a first come, first serve basis.

7 Vacation Packages UTown RC Single Corridor (A/C Rooms) RVRC, UTown and PGPR Single (Non A/C Rooms) Package Description Charges (w/gst) Package Description Charges (w/gst) A) 3 Nights + 4 Days Stay Mon (2pm check-in) to Thu (10am checkout) B) 4 Nights + 5 Days Stay Thu (2pm check-in) to Mon (10am checkout) C) 7 Nights + 8 Days Stay Mon (2pm check-in) to Mon (10am checkout) D) 7 Nights + 8 Days Stay Thu (2pm check-in) to Thu (10am checkout) Others (Pls Specify): (E.g. Package A+D) $83.10* A) 3 Nights + 4 Days Stay Mon (2pm check-in) to Thu (10am checkout) $110.80* B) 4 Nights + 5 Days Stay Thu (2pm check-in) to Mon (10am checkout) $193.91* C) 7 Nights + 8 Days Stay Mon (2pm check-in) to Mon (10am checkout) $193.91* D) 7 Nights + 8 Days Stay Thu (2pm check-in) to Thu (10am checkout) Others (Pls Specify): (E.g. Package A+D) 67.05* 89.40* * * *All bookings are subjected to an additional $10.70 administration fee. All check-ins and check out strictly on Monday or Thursday based on the timing stated above. No refunds will be made for earlier checkout/cancellations.

8 Reservation Period (Example) 4 Day + 3 Night stay 2pm Check-in 10am Check-out May Mon Tue Wed Thu Mon Tue Wed Thu Date May Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Date pmCheck-in 10am Check-out 5 Day + 4 Night stay

9 Reservations and Payment Booking Period: From 20 Nov to 4 Dec 2017, students can walk in to book and pay at the respective student housing front desk. Payment: Full payment to be made upfront during reservations (prior to check-in). Operating hours of Front Desk: Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm. Closed on public holidays and weekends. Accepted modes of payment: NETS / Credit Card (Foreigners to fill out deduction from Credit Card Authorization Form)

10 Booking Process Application via Front Desk at Respective Estates Eligible? (NUS Matric Card) YES NO Decline Confirmation Form Immediate Payment Check-in via UHMS (Front Desk) Verification* (Matric Card) Availability Check at Front Desk Not Available? Front desk to check with other parcels and redirect students Available Offer Accepted and Confirmed (To complete Booking Form and Check-in Form) Check-out via UHMS (Front Desk or Key Drop off) * Verification is needed when check in differs from date of confirmation/payment

11 What s included in the Rooms 1. In-Room Bed with linen, blankets Pillow with Pillow Case Study Desk and Chair Wardrobe 2. Housekeeping Set-up of linens prior to check in Change of linens (Exceeding 7 nights stay) Common Area Cleaning (Everyday including toilets)

12 PGPR (Non A/C) UTOWN (A/C & Non A/C) RVRC (Non A/C)

13 Contact & Address Application via Front Desk at Respective Estates Estate Address Contact Information Application Hours Ridge View Residential College 25 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore Address Prince George s Park Residences Block 6, Level 2, 27 Prince George's Park Singapore Address Tembusu Residential College University Town, NUS 26 College Avenue East, #B1-150 Singapore Address Cinnamon Residential College University Town, NUS 22 College Avenue East, # Singapore Address Mon to Fri : 9.00am pm Sat / Sun / PH : Closed College of Alice and Peter Tan University Town, NUS 8 College Avenue East, #01-50 Singapore Address Residential College 4 University Town, NUS 6 College Avenue East, #01-01 Singapore Address

14 Rules and Regulations Detailed rules can be found at: 1. Rooms are strictly reserved for applicants only. No subletting is allowed. Rooms are for single occupant only. Guest are not allowed to sleep over. 2. Smoking and the consumption of alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited in the Residences. 3. Guests shall observe the specific quiet hours (from 11.00pm to 7.00am) in Residence as established by the Office of Housing Services. 4. Guests are prohibited from engaging in inappropriate conduct, in or about the residential block which poses a threat to the health or safety of persons or property, which interferes with the rights or well-being of others, or which violates any provision of this Agreement, or any rule/regulation of the University or any applicable law. 5. No physical games or sports activities are to be held within Residence without prior approval from Office of Housing Services. Office of Housing Services reserves the right to stop any entertainment, games, or other activities which in the Management's opinion is illegal, improper, indecent, unsafe, or likely to be a nuisance. 6. The following are prohibited: Animals and pets of any kind, heating and food preparation appliances and refrigerators (other than University approved appliances), waterbeds, fuel-powered vehicles, air conditioners (other than University installed units), halogen lamps and any other items as deemed inappropriate by the Office of Housing Services. 7. Equipment provided by the University for the use of residents and guests within the common pantry includes the refrigerator, microwave oven, toaster, cooker hob and hood, baking oven only. All other appliances, cooking utensils and food items are the private property of the residents and NOT TO BE USED without its owner's permission.

15 Rules and Regulations Detailed rules can be found at: 8. Visitors: Guests shall be responsible for the conduct of their visitors (visitors shall in all instances include family, friends, or relatives), who must also respect and comply with all rules/regulations while in or about Residence. Any breach by any such visitors shall be deemed to be a breach by the guests. All visitors must leave by 11:00pm. Visitors are strictly prohibited from staying overnight. 9. Fire Safety: a) Guests are advised to observe the Fire Safety Notice and are prohibited from tampering the fire-alarm systems (including fire alarms, fire extinguishers or any other fire-safety equipment) without reasonable threat of a fire being present. No cooking or the use of naked flame/fire shall be permitted in the rooms. Preparation of food is strictly allowed only in the common pantry and kitchens. b) Guests are prohibited from placing any personal belongings (including footwear), garbage, trash or other receptacles, vehicles, bicycles or other objects that could hinder and cause obstruction in the corridor or other common areas or passageway of the Residences. c) The Office of Housing Services reserves the right to remove personal property stored or placed in common areas in violation of this Agreement.

16 Rules and Regulations Detailed rules can be found at: Room and Facility Condition/Care of Premises: a) No guests or visitor may paint, put nails or screws in, makes holes in, or otherwise alter or damage the residence accommodation or any other part of Residence. b) Guests are not allowed to remove any furniture, fitting, or any other Residence properties from their accommodations and the common areas in the residential blocks, and in particular not to block fire doors or emergency exits. c) Each guest shall be responsible for keeping the residence accommodation, including all the furnishings and equipment, clean and safe, and for maintaining the cleanliness and order of public areas and lavatories. d) Guests may not remove windows or screens or throw objects from windows, fire escapes, doors, or other exterior parts of Residence. e) The guest shall not display any posters, signs, banners, or any other materials within Residence premises without the expressed consent from Office of Housing Services. f) It is prohibited to duplicate keys to any University residence accommodation or facility. g) The guests shall be responsible for any loss or damage to all Residence properties, and the cost of replacements or repairs may be included in the final statement of account.

17 Rules and Regulations Detailed rules can be found at: Loss or Damage: a) The Office of Housing Services shall not be liable directly or indirectly for personal injury, loss, and/or damage to personal property of a guest, guarantor, legal guardian, and visitor caused by fire, theft, or any other cause, whether such personal injury, loss, or damage occurs in the residence accommodation or elsewhere on or off Residence. b) Penalty Charges for loss of Transponder, Access Card and keys are $60.00, $30.00 and $10.00 per room respectively. c) The guests shall indemnify and hold the University harmless from all loss, damage, or liability to any person arising from any nuisance made or suffered in or around the Residences by the guest or visitors, or from any carelessness, negligence, or improper conduct of such guest or visitor. 12. Room Inspection: The Office of Housing Services reserves the right for its designees to enter and inspect a residence's accommodation in the interests of the health, safety, and proper conduct of the occupants, or the orderly and efficient administration and operation of the residential system, or to maintain or repair the premises. Entry may be made at any time, whether or not the occupant is present, and without prior notice to the occupant, if emergency, health, or safety circumstances warrant such entry or if there are reasonable grounds to believe that any substance, material, or item is being kept or used on the premises in any manner prohibited by law, by this Agreement, or by the rules/regulations of the University. Entry may also be made without prior notice, during normal hours, for the purpose of conducting non-emergency inspections.