Professional Artist Apartment Application
Apartments are available at Schreiner University campus during the Fair. The campus is located approximately three miles from the River Star Arts & Event Park. Space is limited, therefore reservations will be taken in the order they are received.
The apartments are equipped with two single bedrooms with private bathrooms and share a common sitting area. There are locks on the bedroom doors for privacy and security. A coin-operated laundry room and ice and drink machines are available for use. Guests are required to furnish all linens (bedding, pillows, towels, etc.) plus all paper goods and toiletries (toilet paper, tissues, soap, shampoo, etc.).
1 Bedroom: $50/night Entire Apartment (2 bedrooms): $100/night
Your application must include payment for your room rental. After completing this application you will be directed to the online store where you will submit the appropriate payment. In addition, at check-in you will be required to exchange a check in the amount of $75 for your room key. The key deposit will be returned to you provided the keys are returned to the Fair office no later than 5:00 PM on the last day of your stay.
To receive your key, you must check in at the Fair office by 7:00 PM the day of your first night’s stay (either Thursday or Friday). Keys will not be available after 7:00 PM. Rooms must be vacated and keys returned by 5:00 PM on the last day of your stay. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Schreiner University Code of Conduct
All camp groups are expected to abide by the rules and regulations of the University while residing on campus, including the items in the Code of Conduct below. The Housing and Security staff is responsible for enforcing University rules, and cooperation is expected from all persons using University facilities. By signing your name, you agree to abide by and uphold the policies of this institution. The University believes that all persons should assume responsibility for their conduct on and off campus. The administration, faculty, staff, campers, and students are charged with the responsibility of maintaining order on campus.
An individual or entire group may be removed from campus for a violation of the following:
1. Knowingly furnishing false information to the University with the intention of deceiving.
2. Disorderly, indecent, or improper conduct on campus or at University sponsored events.
3. Acts of hazing, or placing someone under threat of physical harm, or physically abusing any person on campus.
4. Possession of firearms ammunition, explosives, fireworks or weapons of any kind on campus.
5. Initiating a false fire alarm, or tampering with the fire alarm system or equipment.
6. Being under the influence of, possessing, selling, using, or being in the presence of alcoholic beverages on campus without prior permission of the Dean of Students.
7. Being under the influence of, illegally possessing, selling, using or being in the presence of any narcotic, marijuana, stimulants, hallucinogens, or other similar drugs and/or chemicals on campus.
8. Damage to, theft, sale, misuse of, or disregard for University owned property or the personal property of others.
9. Misuse of campus telephones by fraudulent, annoying, or obscene phone calls, or charging collect calls to the University.
10. Gambling on campus.
11. Failing to respond to an official order of a University official or disciplinary body.
12. Being present in an unauthorized area, or aiding and abetting unauthorized occupancy or entry.
13. Disruption of the normal flow of traffic, vehicular or pedestrian, or the disruption of University sponsored functions.
14. Fraudulent use or abuse of any coin-operated machine on campus.
15. Showing or distributing material, or using language, of a lewd, profane, or pornographic nature on campus or at campus-sponsored events.
16. Smoking in residence halls, classrooms, laboratories, the library, cafeteria, lounges, or other designated non-smoking areas.
17. Entering the room of another student without authorization.
18. Unauthorized use and/or possession of a University key.
19. Unauthorized solicitation.
20. Disregard for University regulations (housing, dining hall, etc.)
21. Violation of any state and/or federal laws.