What to bring & What not to bring
Decorating & Arranging Rooms
Hall Staff & Assistance
Roommates & Guests
Breaks & Duration of Residency
Quiet & Study Hours
Facilities & Services
Rule & Policy Violations
Laundry & Storage
Payment & Cancellations
Are there times when residents must be quiet on the floor?
Residents are responsible for maintaining reasonable conditions for studying and sleeping in the residence halls/apartments. The Residence Life Office has established quiet and courtesy hours. Quiet hours are 10 p.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and 12 am to 10 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. A 24-hour quiet period goes into effect prior to and during final examinations. Courtesy hours always require students to be considerate of the needs of others and to comply with requests for maintaining a reasonable level of noise.
Where can students find a good place to study?
All the residence halls have established quiet and courtesy hours. These policies make the residence hall rooms suitable places to study. Other places for studying include residence hall study lounges, the library, and the classrooms in certain academic buildings.
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