A guest is an individual who is present in a residential building but is not a member of that building's residential community. Guests must be accompanied by a member of the building's residential community at all times.
New COVID-19 guidelines
Updated March 9 at 12:30 p.m.
Access into residence halls is restricted to residential students within the same community, unless approved through the guest exception process (see below). Non-residents are prohibited until more favorable state and regional pandemic data is evident, including residents of other communities and family members, except in the lobby and main lounge. All lobby guests are required to wear face masks and physically distance (6 feet apart).
Please note: Housing is working to allow residents to visit other communities once 85 percent of all residents consistently schedule their mandatory two-week COVID Test on time.
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Access for residents within same community
· Residents may visit other resident rooms within the same community.
· Residents may not host more than two guests in their room at one time.
Only residents within the same community are permitted in shared spaces outside the main lounge and lobby. This includes but is not limited to:
- Laundry Room
- Other building amenities
Please note: residents must wear face coverings when visiting or hosting guests in their room. Face coverings are always required in public areas. See Disruptive Behavior.
Guest Exception Process
All residents seeking guest approval in their residence hall must fill out the Guest Request below.
Please note: guest approval is heavily restricted at this time. Consideration will be given for specific/emergency situations.