Want Someone To Visit? The Guidelines:
Having someone visit you in the halls, whether overnight or just for a short time does come with some responsibility. Please make sure you read over the guidelines below.
For safety and security purposes, guests in the residence halls must be escorted at all times by a resident of that building. A guest is defined as any visitor who does not live in the hall in which they are visiting.
- Guests must be escorted in to and out of the building.
- Guests must be with their host at all times while in rooms, public areas, TV lounges, laundry rooms, hallways or stairwells.
- Guests left unattended or unescorted may be asked to leave the building.
- Students are responsible for the conduct of their guests.
- Students must never agree to escort a person unknown to them. This includes opening the door to allow unknown visitors to enter a hall.
- Only people assigned to a room may reside in that room. Overnight guests are permitted only with the permission of the roommate(s).
- Students are permitted ten (10) nights per semester to host overnight guests.
- Overnight guests may stay no more than two (2) consecutive nights.
Other things to know about guests:
- A guest that is a continual nuisance may be prohibited from entering any of the residence halls for the remainder of a semester or academic year.
- There is no babysitting in the residence halls.