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Guest Registration Policy

  • All residence hall guests staying beyond 10:00 p.m. on Sunday-Thursday or midnight on Friday-Saturday must be registered online, and checked in at the front desk.
  • All guests 18 years of age or older must provide a valid state or federal photo identification card or driver’s license to register; student ID or other photo identification is not acceptable forms of picture identification include: Driver’s License, State ID card, US Military ID Card, Bank ID Card, Passport, US Citizen’s ID-Card, Green Card - Alien Registration.
  • Guests must provide their full names, permanent and current addresses and telephone numbers.
  • Guests will be issued a guest pass at registration which they must have with them at all times while in the residence hall.
  • A guest’s resident host must reside in the hall where the guest is being registered, provide his or her identification and be present during the registration process; the resident host must provide his/her full name, room number and phone number.
  • A resident host may not register another resident from the same hall as a guest.
  • A resident host may not have more than two guests registered at one time; requests for exceptions to this policy must be in writing addressed to the Residence Life Coordinator at least two business days in advance.
  • A resident host may not loan their room key or University identification card for any reason.

Roommate Consent

  • Before registering a guest, the host must talk to their roommate and get the roommates’ consent to have a guest stay beyond 10:00 p.m. on Sunday-Thursday or midnight on Friday-Saturday. 

Guests Under 18

  • All guests under 18 years of age must have prior approval from the Residence Life Coordinator.
  • The process for approval:
    • The resident must submit a letter along with a photo of the guest from the parent/guardian of the minor/guest.
    • This letter must be submitted at least two business days in advance of the visitation
    • The letter must authorize the minor’s visit and must include contact information of the parent/guardian and authorize University officials to communicate with the parent/guardian on the matter of the minor in question.
  • If the Residence Life Coordinator cannot confirm the authorization of the visit, for any reason, the minor/guest is prohibited from visiting the resident.