Guests (see also Visitation)
A room adequately accommodates the persons to whom it is contracted and a few guests. Overcrowding rooms is a safety concern and an issue of community welfare. Residents may have no more than one guest per resident per night; overnight guest capacity in the bedroom may not excced one per resident.
Only overnight guests of the same sex are permitted in residence halls, provided reasonable space is available and roommates do not object. If students plan to have overnight guests, they must obtain agreement from their roommate in advance.
Roommates must have full use of their room at all times and must give consent to overnight guests. Guests may stay overnight in student bedrooms only.
Hosts are responsible at all times for the activities and actions of their guests. Guests who violate any residence hall or university policies may be required to leave. Damages attributed to guests may be charged to the hosting students. Guests must be escorted at all times by the host resident, even to restrooms. Guests are only allowed to visit their host, and are not permitted to wander the halls or visit other residents or rooms unless they are explicitly invited and escorted by their host.
Students may not have overnight guests during final examinations. Guests may not stay on campus overnight for more than two nights without special permission from the residence hall director.
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