The hosting of guests is a privilege and all residents of a room/apartment/suite must approve of any guests. Guests must be escorted by their host at all times. As a guest host, you will be held accountable and liable for any university infractions or building damage done by your guests.
Residents are welcome to have overnight guests. Guests are limited to three night visits in a semester and no more than two consecutive nights. Visits of greater than three nights, even with breaks in between or in three other residents’ rooms, are prohibited except with permission of the Assistant Residential Community Educator/Residential Community Educator.
Guests may not sleep in lounges or lobbies. Infringement on the rights of roommates or of other residents is prohibited. Disregard for university regulations will result in the eviction of the guests from the premises.
Under COVID protocols, residents will be limited to the following numbers in their space at one time:
- Traditional/single student spaces – 4 people or less including the resident(s);
- Suites - 6 people or less including the resident(s);
- Apartments – 8 people or less including the resident(s).