What is the Off-Campus 101 E-Module?
This module is composed of a series of pages created by Leadership and Community Connections, the Student's Attorney, and Student Conduct and Conflict Resolutions, which are a part of the Dean of Students Office. These pages include both information as well as assessments that will prepare you to live off-campus. By the end you will be able to:
- Utilize the Off-Campus Database
- Articulate roommate and location preferences before signing a lease
- Describe different types of leases, security deposits, and subleasing
- Utilize the Students Attorney
- Discuss how student behavior impacts the community and explain Town of Normal ordinances.
While you are not being graded on this module, it is important that you take away the expected learning outcomes. In order to accomplish this, there are a series of "assessments" throughout the workshop that will help ensure that you understand all the information and resources at your disposal.
These assessments are marked by a or a icon. When you see the icon, click on it and the assessment will begin. All assessments allow for infinite attempts because in the end, the most important thing is that you understand all the information provided in the module. When you are sure that you have selected the correct answer, click to see if you were correct or if you need to try again. If you get an answer wrong, you must retry that entire quiz group.
When you are ready to advance, or if you need to go back a page, you may do so by using the links at the bottom of the page.