Guests of students, faculty, and staff of the University are expected to act appropriately and in accordance with Residential Life and University policies and town ordinances/laws. Failure to abide by expectations may lead to criminal action and/or loss of visitation privileges.
Applicable for all students:
Students are responsible for the conduct of, including damages done by, his/her guest whether or not the guest is invited. A student may be held judicially accountable for the actions/damages of his/her guest.
Applicable within University housing:
It is a privilege and not a right for a guest to be in the residence halls. A Residential Life staff person may request that a guest leave at anytime if the guest’s behavior is inappropriate, in conflict with community expectations or Residential Life/University policies, or is jeopardizing the well being of residents.
- Advance permission must be given by all roommates residing in a room or apartment prior to a guest staying overnight.
- Residents are allowed to have guests stay over night for short periods of time.
- Guests accommodated overnight must follow registration guidelines pertaining to the hall or apartment area they are staying in.
- Guests who are not accompanied by a resident of the building they are visiting may be asked to leave.