Evidence shows that the on-campus experience is a valuable tool in the success of students. They are more likely to graduate, get better grades, and are better socially develop. The on-campus living experience can provide opportunities for new students to develop friendships, and also assist the less experienced students in his/her personal growth, development and transition to college life away from home.
- manage the day-to-day and evening operation of each residence hall. The Division of Enrollment services is responsible for the supervision of the Residential Assistants.
Residence Application Procedures
– to be considered for on-campus housing, students must complete the following procedures:
1. Must be admitted to the College by the Division of Enrollment Services.
2. Must complete, sign, and return the Admissions and Housing Confirmation Form and $100.00 housing deposit by May 1 for Fall and Dec. 1st for Spring semester.
General Housing Policies:
1. The College strongly encourages each student to purchase or show proof upon check in of personal property insurance. The College is not responsible for the loss of money or valuables or damage to property of residents.
2. Room changes and residence hall transfers are made upon the approval of the Resident Director.
3. With the exception of accommodations for documented cases of physical disability, pets are not permitted in the residence halls.
4. Furniture may not be moved from rooks or public areas without the authorization of the Resident Director.
5. Room keys should not be given to other students or persons not enrolled at the College. A $50.00 charge will be assessed if a key is lost or not returned to the office and a “Hold” will be placed on the student’s records. There is charge of $50.00 for the replacement of a lock and key.
6. Damages to College property will result in charges for the total amount required to make the necessary repairs. Damages to common areas (hallways, restrooms, elevators, lounges, etc.) may be charged to residents of a floor or entire building. Unauthorized usage of emergency exits may result in a $100 fine.
7. The college reserves the right to enter a room/apartment to: service repairs, pest control, room inspections, safety inspections, an emergency situation that may require immediate entry or belief that the student’s life may be in danger.
8. Throwing objects from windows is prohibited