Frequently Violated Policies
Below are some of the Housing and Residence Life policies which are most often violated throughout the year. These are only a short summarization of each policy as each is elaborated on in detail throughout this manual.
Any property that is left in a resident's room after check out will be discarded. There may be a charge to the resident's student account.
Students who are under the age of 21 are not permitted to have any type of alcoholic beverages to consume and or have in their rooms. Students who are of age to consume alcohol may only have an amount for personal consumption. This would be equal to a six-pack of beer, a pint of hard liquor, or bottle of wine. This must be consumed within the resident's room. Failure to comply with the rules and regulations of alcohol consumption will result in disciplinary action.
Candles, Incense, Open Flames, and other Items
All of the above items are not allowed on university housing premises. If these items are found, they will be confiscated and/or discarded, and fines may be applied.
Any type of damage that occurs in the common areas of a university housing facility will be charged to all residents of that building/floor equally. Also, damages done to common areas of an apartment/suite will be charged to each roommate/suitemate equally.
Residents may not permit any additional individuals regardless of gender to live in their spaces and all guest visits must be approved by all roommate/suitemates. Guests that enter interior halls must be signed in at the front desk and provide proper identification.
If a resident loses their room keys, the charge will be $50.00 for each key. A separate charge to re-key roommates and suitemates doors will apply. $65.00 for a mail box key. Immediately go to the Housing and Residence Life office if a key is lost. All charges will be applied to the residents account.
Residents are allowed to have items on their walls in a room/suite/apt. Any modifications that either damages or changes the room from when checked in are not permitted. Examples include, but are not limited to painting, nails, hanging items from sprinklers, covering fire alarms, etc.
Other than having fish in a maximum 10 gallon tank, no pets are allowed in university housing. If pets other than fish are found in a residents space charges may be applied, and pets will be confiscated and turned over to the human society.
Quiet Hours are Sunday-Thursday 10pm to 10am and on Friday-Saturday 1am to 10am. During these times, there should be no noise as to respect other's tranquility. Courtesy hours apply 24 hours a day.
Residents who choose to smoke may do so outside and 20 feet away from any University Housing facility. There is no smoking in the university housing areas.