4.10 | Guests

4.10.A | A guest is defined as a person who is not assigned to the room they are visiting. Residence Hall students are allowed to host guests in their rooms according to the rules outlined below. However, violating a roommate's right of entry into the room, or hindering a roommate's ability to study and/or sleep within their room is considered a violation of guest's privileges. Roommates have the right to deny guests. Guests are not to enter, or be present in a room, suite, or lobby area without their host being present.

4.10.B | Host Responsibilities: Hosts are responsible for the behavior of their guests at all times and are obligated to inform the guest of all university and Residence Hall rules. Any violation of rules or regulations by a guest may result in disciplinary action being taken against both the host and guest.

4.10.C | Overnight Guests: Overnight guests are allowed to spent the night in a students Residence Hall room, if they have permission from all official occupants within that space. Official occupants are students assigned to that room by the Department of Residential Living.

4.10.D | Escorting Guests: A guest must be escorted by their host at all times within the Residence Halls. Guests are required to wait for their escort before proceeding to their host's room. Guests should be escorted completely out of their host's Residence Hall. Escorting must also take place in enclosed courtyards. Never escort anyone who is not your guest. Violating this policy will result in disciplinary action.

4.10.E | Visitation Hours: 24-hour visitation is permitted in the Residence Halls, however, this does not supersede the overnight guest policy or necessity of permission from all official occupants of the Residence Hall room.