Temperature Guide

Welcome to your new room! In order to accommodate your room temperature needs and comfort, each on-campus housing option has adjustable thermostat controls within the building. Please refer to the information presented below to properly control the temperature for your respective housing location. Proper handling of the temperature controls for your room is essential to conserve energy on campus, help the environment, and prevent unnecessary maintenance requests. If you have followed the directions as written, but are still experiencing issues with your room’s temperature, please contact our Facilities staff by submitting a maintenance request.

Visit the Stetson Energy and Water Conversation Policy and learn more about our climate commitment.

  1. Use up/down arrow to select desired set point
  2. Occupants Can Raise/Lower the Standard Temperature Setpoint +/- 2°F

*Setting Temperature beyond setpoint standards may damage the thermostat and will incur a fee of $250.

(Note: Setpoint Automatically Resets at 10:00 a.m. Each Day)

AC. Carson-Hollis Hall, Conrad Hall, Gordis Hall, Nemec Hall and Smith Hall example

  • Large Air Handlers Supply Each Wing/Pod (Both Floors) with Conditioned Air
  • Airflow Volume is controlled at the Room Level by Automated Dampers

  • Large Air Handlers Supply Conditioned Outside Air into the Hallways and Common Areas
  • Each Room has an Individual Fan Coil Unit that Conditions the Air in that Space
  • Campus-Wide Policy Setpoint Standards: Cooling 75°F / Heating 68°F
  • Occupants Can Raise/Lower the Standard Temperature Setpoint +/- 2°F

(Note: Setpoint Automatically Resets at 10:00 a.m. Each Day) 

AC. Emily Hall

  • Large Air Handlers Supply Conditioned Outside Air into the Hallways and Common Areas
  • Each Room has an Individual Fan Coil Unit that Conditions the Air in that Space

  • Large Air Handlers Supply Conditioned Outside Air into the Hallways and Common Areas
  • Each Room has an Individual Fan Coil Unit that Conditions the Air in that Space
  • Campus-Wide Policy Setpoint Standards: Cooling 75°F / Heating 68°F
  • Occupants Can Raise/Lower the Standard Temperature Setpoint +/- 2°F

(Note: Setpoint Automatically Resets 10:00 a.m. Each Day)

AC. Hatter Hall

  • Large Air Handlers Supply Conditioned Outside Air into the Hallways and Common Areas
  • Each Room has an Individual Fan Coil Unit that Conditions the Air in that Space

  • Large Air Handler Supplies Conditioned Outside Air into the Hallways and Common Areas
  • Each Room has an Individual Fan Coil Unit that Conditions the Air in that Space
  • Campus-Wide Policy Setpoint Standards: Cooling 75°F / Heating 68°F
  • Occupants Can Raise/Lower the Standard Temperature Setpoint

AC. Sorority and Houses 1-7

  • Large Air Handler Supplies Conditioned Outside Air into the Hallways and Common Areas
  • Each Room has an Individual Fan Coil Unit that Conditions the Air in that Space

  • One Air Handler Supplies Each Apartment (All Rooms) with Conditioned Air
  • Airflow Volume is Controlled at the Room Level by Manual Vent Dampers
  • Campus-Wide Policy Setpoint Standards: Cooling 75°F / Heating 68°F
  • Occupants Can Raise/Lower the Standard Temperature Setpoint +/- 2°F

(Note: Setpoint Automatically Resets 10:00 a.m. Each Day)

AC University village apartments units

  • One Air Handler Supplies Each Apartment (All Rooms) with Conditioned Air
  • Airflow Volume is Controlled at the Room Level by a Manual Vent Damper

  • Large Air Handlers Supply Rooms and Common Areas with Conditioned Air
  • Airflow Volume Controlled at the Room Level by Manual Vent Dampers
  • Campus-Wide Policy Setpoint Standards: Cooling 75°F / Heating 68°F
  • Temperature Regulated by the Return Air Average Temperature

(Note: Students who reside in these locations have no individual room thermostats)

  • One Air Handler Supplies Each Apartment (All Rooms) with Conditioned Air
  • Airflow Volume Controlled at the Room Level by Manual Vent Dampers
  • Campus-Wide Policy Setpoint Standards: Cooling 75°F / Heating 68°F
  • Occupants Can Raise/Lower the Standard Temperature Setpoint
  • For Optimal Comfort, Keep the Fan Set to “Auto” and Temperature Within a Few Degrees of Standard

(Note: Setting the Temperature Too Low Can Cause the Unit to Freeze Up / Fail)

AC. Catalyst Houses, F House, Plymouth Apartments, Stetson Cove, Stetson Oaks and Stetson Palms

  • One Air Handler Supplies Each Apartment (All Rooms) with Conditioned Air
  • Airflow Volume is Controlled at the Room Level by Manual Vent Dampers

  1. Use the up/down arrow to select the desired set point
  2. Occupants Can Raise/Lower the Standard Temperature Setpoint +/- 2°F

*Setting Temperature beyond setpoint standards may damage the thermostat and will incur a fee of $250.

(Note: Setpoint Automatically Resets at 10:00 a.m. Each Day)

Photo of Chaudoin Thermostat Controller

  • Large Air Handlers supply each wing with conditioned air
  • Airflow Volume is controlled at the Room Level by Automated Dampers

 

Controlling moisture is ultimately the key to controlling mold in your residential space.

Molds may begin growing indoors whenever mold spores land on wet or damp surfaces.

Molds produce allergens, and individual reactions will differ. Some people may not be affected, while others may experience hay-fever type symptoms or have a stronger reaction. If you believe you may be having a reaction to mold allergens, contact Student Health Services for an appointment.

There are many types of mold, and none of them will grow without water or moisture. Indoor mold growth can be prevented by controlling moisture indoors.

PREVENTION STEPS YOU CAN TAKE

Following the guidelines below can help prevent mold and mildew growth in your residential space:

  • Keep windows closed and locked
  • Store wet clothing
  • Keep moisture sources away from HVAC units
  • Don't obstruct HVAC units or vents
  • Know your heating system
  • Keep appliances away from thermostats
  • Clean your residential space regularly

Additional resources and information about mold, including assessment and prevention advice, is available on the CDC's website.

If you believe there is a mold or mildew issue in your room that is pervasive or resistant to removal, please report it by submitting a School Dude work order with Facilities Management.

Control Your Air Educational Infographic