Subpart 4-13 Student Housing

Sec. 4-1301. Provision of On-Campus Residential Housing.

It is the intent of the University to provide on-campus residential housing for its student body, and to do so in a manner which will be adequate to meet the future enrollment growth of the University and in a manner that is as economical as reasonably possible.

Sec. 4-1302. Requirement that Students Live in University Residence Halls.

Except as otherwise provided in this subpart, all single men and women students under the age of 20 living away from home are required to live in University residence halls if space is available.

Sec. 4-1303. Permission to Live Off Campus.

Permission may be given by University authorities for certain students, or groups of students, to live in off-campus residences under conditions which do not interfere with the proper operation of the University's residential program. The University's Department of Residential Life shall be responsible for administering the policies, procedures and criteria for permission to live off campus. Such policies shall be issued by the Vice President for Administration and Finance and approved by the President.

Sec. 4-1304. Overnight Visitation Program.

The University's Department of Residential Life shall be responsible for administering the policies and procedures governing overnight visitation in the residence halls.

Sec. 4-1305. Requirements Applicable to Students Who Live Off Campus.

Students residing off campus shall abide by University regulations pertaining to such residency, and shall abide by generally-accepted standards of desirable social conduct.

Cross Reference:

Residential Life Policy Letter, RLPL 2005:01, Student Housing: On-Campus Residence Requirement and Permission for Off-Campus Residence

Residential Life Policy Letter, RLPL 04:02, Overnight Visitation Program

Prior Board Actions:

May, 1995.

May, 1998.

Entire Subpart 4-13 included in October 19, 2001 Codification, Phase I.

Entire Subpart 4-13 included in October 22, 2004 Codification, Phase II.