University Apartments residents often take an active part in planning activities and services for their community. The University Apartments Assembly and its committees address resident and community needs by working with staff to respond to community issues, making policy recommendations, and assisting in planning and implementing services and programs. If you have ideas or would like to volunteer, please email the Assembly chair. Current projects include:
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Each year, the University Apartments Assembly receives a portion of the usage fees from the community center. This money is available in October and March for resident-directed projects and purchases that directly benefit the community. Any University Apartments resident is welcome to submit a grant application and return it to the community center office. Past grants have funded the purchase of park benches near playgrounds, bike helmets for children, community center play equipment, entertainment sponsorship, and much more.