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Housing Policies Frequently Asked Questions

For the comfort and safety of all residents, the visitation policy is strictly enforced for each facility. All residents of a suite must give consent to a suitemate to have a guest in the bedroom or suite. Residents are responsible for their guest(s) at all times and are subject to loss of guest privileges for policy violations.

Laker Hall residents are permitted to host guests in accordance with the Laker Hall Visitation Policy. All guests must show valid ID and be signed-in/out at the 24-Hour Community Desk. Laker Hall Residents are permitted to have overnight guests, which are defined as any non-resident who is not signed-out by Midnight, or is signed-in between the hours of Midnight and 6:00 AM. Laker Hall Residents are only permitted to have overnight guests for up to two nights in a seven-day period. Cohabitation is strictly prohibited. Laker Village—All residents of a suite must give consent for a suitemate to have one or more guests in the bedroom or suite. Cohabitation is strictly prohibited.

Residents' guests must show valid photo ID to verify their identity. This is a security measure to ensure that the Residence Life staff can determine who is in the building at any given time.

Laker Village apartments remain open during academic breaks. Laker Hall closes after fall final exams and will reopen the Sunday before Spring Semester starts. Staffing and services may be reduced or eliminated during break periods, including campus dining.

No, all residential facilities are smoke-free.

Alcohol is strictly prohibited in Laker Hall, even if a student is 21 years of age or older. At Laker Village, alcohol is permissible in limited quantity only in the private bedroom of a resident who is 21 years of age or older. Refer to housing rule and regulations.