‒ 9 ‒
c. Health andWelfare
Failing to maintain living space and common areas
in original condition; clean, unaltered, hazard-free.
d. Unauthorized Occupancy/Use of Residential Facilities
occupancy of a living space or use of residential facilities including, but not
limited to; cohabitation, subletting, altering the physical structure of the
room/apartment without approval, remaining present if maintenance work
is occurring after temporary space has been assigned, and/or providing
laundry facility access to non-residents.
Unauthorized possession of a pet (other than fish), service,
or comfort animal.
Improperly storing or disposing of trash and/or
g. Wheeled Transportation
Unauthorized parking, securing, storing, indoor
transport, use, or abandonment of a skateboard, bicycle, motorcycle, or
Displaying pornographic or discriminatory literature or
other materials or any materials that cause, or would be reasonably likely to
cause, mental harm to another.
Assembling ten (10) or more people (residents included) in a
residential room, suite, or apartment.
Unauthorized, unattended, and/or hosting an excessive
number of guests; failure of guests to comply with University policies and
k. Hall Sports
Engaging in games and sports intended for outdoor play
including, but not limited to, water guns/balloons, rollerblading, and
bouncing and throwing balls.
l. Living with Roommates
Failing to follow a Roommate Agreement,
creating an inhospitable environment, or not maintaining personal care.
m. Courtesy/Quiet Hours
Making excessive noise and/or engaging in
disruptive behavior that causes sound to be heard beyond the confines of a
room, suite or, apartment.
Unauthorized display, distribution, or removal of
flyers, posters, banners, or other advertisements.
o. Soliciting/Operating a Business
Operating a business, selling or
promoting a service or product from a residence hall room, suite, apartment,
or common area.
p. Fire AlarmActivation
Intentional false activation of the fire alarm
system, or activation through forbidden activity (e.g. smoking, candles, open
flame cooking equipment).
q. Fire Evacuation Procedure
Failing to evacuate after the activation of the
fire alarm and/or following the directives of University and/or emergency