Finals are a stressful time. Balancing studying, tests, and work can be difficult. Suddenly, all you can think about is which test you have to study for next, what you’ll have to do to make up any missed assignments, and how that final project or essay will affect your GPA. Let go of all of that stress by taking some time for yourself this month. The Twin River Commons Blog is featuring our best stress management tips in this post. (more…)
In this post, the Twin River Commons Blog has several tips to help you organize your schedule this month. Make your life easier by using these time management tips to make the most out of your days, in or outside of your apartment. We hope that you find balancing school, work, and your activities easier with our advice! (more…)
This month the Twin River Commons Blog has study tips to help you get through school this semester. Get out of your Binghamton, NY apartment and head to the library sometime this month. We hope that our tips help you make it through midterms. (more…)
Spend your Valentine’s day with your friends and roommates! The Twin River Commons Blog has several fun ideas for how you can celebrate your February 14th. Put off studying for the night by celebrating with your friends.
In this post, the Twin River Commons Blog is featuring a few ways to help you decorate your apartment this month. We hope that these tips help you brighten up your apartment, cheer up your January, and express yourself. The weather outside might be cold, but stay warm inside this month in your freshly decorated apartment.
Creativity is an important part of your life as a student. Your projects, papers, and even social life can be boosted by a dash of creative thinking. In this post, the Twin River Commons Blog is featuring several ways to boost your creativity. These tips will help you get your thoughts and ideas flowing this month.
Thanksgiving is almost here, and it’s time to assemble your Thanksgiving menu. This month the Twin River Commons Blog is helping you out with our own list of dessert ideas. These ideas focus on our favorite fall flavors: apple, cinnamon, pumpkin, and sweet potato. We hope that you enjoy the list we’ve assembled, and we hope that you choose to make at least one of these desserts for your Thanksgiving feast.
One thing’s for sure — living in Binghamton, NY is anything but boring. There’s always something going on, always an exhibit to see, and always an event to attend. This month the Twin Rivers Commons Blog is featuring three events coming to the area this month. We hope that you have the opportunity to attend one of these events before October is through.
As a premier community, exclusive to students, we operate under the philosophy “Anything But Common.” Our team of professional and student staff work tirelessly to provide you with first class amenities, educational and social programs, and personal service. Whether you are returning to live with us for another year or a brand new resident, we hope that you participate in our community events and interact with both staff and neighbors alike. We focus on making the Twin River Commons a fun and friendly place for you to live. Community Assistants plan fun community activities for you to participate in and help smooth over any problems you may have with other members of the community.
As a premier community, exclusive to students, we operate under the philosophy “Anything But Common.” Our team of professional and student staff work tirelessly to provide you with first class amenities, educational and social programs, and personal service. Whether you are a new resident or returning for yet another year, we hope that you actively engage in community events and interact with both neighbors and staff alike. Together we can build a community that fosters an atmosphere conducive to learning, encourages personal growth, celebrates accomplishments, and promotes friendships. Our move-in guide was created to help you prepare for move-in day as well as introduce you to the amenities and services available to you. In this blog post, we will briefly go over some of the information you can find in the move-in guide. The move-in guide, which we encourage all of our residents to read in its entirety, can be found here.
First, we’re going to cover everything you need to know before you move into your beautiful, Twin Rivers Commons apartment. It is important that you complete all lease paperwork before you move in. Contact us if you are unsure if your paperwork is complete. Next, remember to enroll in Resident Insure for renter’s insurance. Renter’s insurance will protect your personal property in the case of theft, vandalism, accident, and much more. You cannot move in without renter’s insurance. If you choose not to receive your insurance through Resident Insure, you will need to look for another renter’s insurance policy from another company. August rent and a $25 fee for a mattress cover are due before your move-in date, as well. If you wish to pay for parking, that fee will also need to be covered before move-in. The final step before you move-in will be to complete the online pre-arrival form at www.trcmovein.com.
Twin River Commons is a great place to live! Residents can begin moving in on August 15th. Move-ins will only be conducted during office hours. Remember to check-in at the office as soon as you arrive at your new home. At the office, we will go over your lease file, take a resident photo, and conduct a move-in inspection. After that, feel free to move-in and begin having fun! We offer a variety of amenities that are sure to make you feel right at home, and our resident events are a great way to meet new people and build community.
We hope that you’ve enjoyed learning about move-in date! See you August 15th!