UA in the News
Halloween is traditionally celebrated in the city of Madison and University Apartments by costumed children going door-to door asking for “tricks or treats”. The City of Madison recommended time for Trick or Treating is 4:00pm-8:00pm …October 10, 2017
Parking Please read your parking policy. There has been a delay on the finishing of paving on Eagle Heights Drive that will be resolved shortly – Thank you for your patience. Please be sure that you …October 10, 2017
Hello! My name is Phillip Werman and I am the new Assistant Director of Resident Support Services. I am excited to serve in this new role and return to the UA community after living in …October 2, 2017
Last month I spoke about the Crime Equation (OFFENDER+VICTIM+OPPORTUNITY=CRIME). This month I want to discuss the realities of my job and the other police officers who serve you in this community. In August and September …October 2, 2017
Starting September 1, garden plots will be available at the Eagle Heights Gardens, at no charge, for the rest of the year. (The gardens close in late November.) Although it’s now too late in the …September 1, 2017
Eagle’s Wing will again be transporting their Early Birds and Glider children to and from Shorewood Hills Elementary School on a bus contracted through Riteway Leasing. These groups do not fill the entire bus which …September 1, 2017
Parking Road construction is finished. Please park in the paid parking stalls if you have a paid parking hangtag. If the stalls are full, you will have to park in a different lot or Lot …September 1, 2017
Submitted by Terry Evans, University Apartments Community Police Officer Being Well As school gets back into session for the University it is important to recognize this is an exciting and often stressful time for a …September 1, 2017
Eagle’s Wing turned 25 years old on August 24, 2017. We opened our doors back on August 24, 1992 in apartments 401 I and 401 J. Previous to Eagle’s Wing, a private child care program …September 1, 2017
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Knowledge – Involvement – Development – Safety
KIDSville is a FREE program that teaches children a variety of topics in a town square-style classroom. Kids ages four to seven learn the basics of many topics that will help them succeed in school. Sessions normally run 60-90 minutes and include 24-30 children divided into groups of five or six, plus a chaperone.
Interested in getting involved?
Contact University Apartments Community Officer Terry Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.