The heat in residence halls is set to maintain a temperature between 65 and 70 degrees. We are not able to control the heat on a room by room basis. The heat in the residence halls operates on two or more zones depending on factors such as relationship to the sun and location of the room within the building. Outside air temperature, room size, number of windows, number of exterior walls, number of people, and amount and placement of furniture in a room all impact the temperature.
My radiator isn't even warm, how do I turn it on?
The radiators are not warm all the time. When the sensor reads that the temperature in your zone is correct, the heat to the radiators will stop until the sensor reads a temperature that is below the set point.