Please read carefully the guidelines on these pages. If you are thinking about substance-free or quiet housing, you will be responsible for the regulations in these guidelines as well as the regular housing contract described above. All students living in Specialty Housing will be held accountable to these guidelines, so it’s a good idea to become familiar with them and know what you are agreeing to.
In choosing to reside in Quiet Housing, students will live in a unique environment where each member of the community agrees to support an atmosphere which is conducive to sleep and study at all times during the day and night. Furthermore, each person agrees to address other students if that environment is not being supported at any time. If any student is found to disrupt this atmosphere during the course of the semester, the individual may be required to move from Quiet Housing to another residence hall or house on campus.
In choosing to reside in Substance Free Housing, students will live in an environment without the presence of alcohol and other drugs. This community is designed to ensure a substance free living environment where students will actively participate in activities and a healthy lifestyle that support an alcohol and other drug free philosophy.
Each person in this community agrees to address other students if the substance free living environment is not being supported at any time. If any student is found to disrupt this environment while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, the individual will face appropriate judicial action and may be required to move from Substance Free Housing to another residence hall or house on campus.