Residence hall policies
A complete listing of the residence hall policies is contained in the Residential Life Handbook.
Students must live with and abide by local, state and federal laws that govern all citizens of the United States. In addition, specific rules and regulations that facilitate harmonious living in a group setting have been established to protect the rights and responsibilities of the student members of the college community, the college itself and the faculty and staff.
Examples of prohibited activities in the residence halls include, but are not limited to the following:
- Setting a fire or making a false report of a fire or other emergency
- Use or possession of fireworks, explosives or weapons
- Destroying or damaging college or private property
- Causing physical, sexual or emotional harm or immediate expectation of such harm to any person
- Harassing any person so as to interfere with his or her personal pursuits
- Possession or use of inhalants, marijuana or any controlled substance or illegal drug
- Possession or use of alcoholic beverages on college property
- Theft of property or service
- Failing to monitor guest behavior
- Noisy or disruptive behavior that interferes with a person's personal pursuits
- Propping of entry doors or tampering with card access system
- Participating in illegal non-gaming activities
- Smoking in a public place
See the Residential Life Handbook for disciplinary action and sanctioning information.