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- Opposite sex visitation is permitted during hours established
by the Student Handbook.
- Residents are expected to remain reasonably quiet at all times.
- No alcoholic beverages can be possessed or consumed in the
- Hall or room furniture should not moved or disassembled.
- Candles, incense, fireworks, and weapons are prohibited.
- No items can be hung from the ceiling of residence hall rooms.
- Please refer to your Student
Handbook for a complete listing of policies.
There is a room change period announced at the beginning of Fall
and Spring semester. During this period, you must see your residential
coordinator (not an RA) to have a room change approved. Other announced
room change periods may be held.
Private Rooms/Loss of Roommate/Consolidation
If you choose to move into a completely empty room, you will be
charged a private room fee. This fee is listed in the college catalog
and is prorated from the date your room change into that room is
If your roommate moves out, you must maintain your room in such
a way that another resident can move in at any time. This means
that a bed, desk, chair, and closet/wardrobe space must be available
at all times. A roommate can be assigned to you at any time. If
you refuse to accept a roommate or your room is not ready, you will
be charged the private room fee.
If the need arises, you can be asked to move in with another resident
who has a vacancy in their room, or have another resident move in
with you when you have a vacancy. If you wish to not have a roommate,
you must pay the private room fee.
Health & Safety Inspection
All rooms are visually inspected by a resident assistant every two weeks to ensure that all residents are maintaining a healthy and
safe environment. Inspection times will be posted at least 24 hours
in advance. If your room fails this inspection, you will have 24
hours to correct any deficiencies before a re-inspection.