07-28-2008, 10:39 AM
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Illinois ==> Georgetown
7. Guest Policy |
The student host is responsible for the behaviors of any individuals he/she allows access to his/her assigned space-whether the "guest" is a fellow Georgetown student or not. Additionally, the student host is responsible for the behaviors of any non-Georgetown student he/she allows access to campus. In either instance, the student is subject to disciplinary action if the guest violates University regulations.
The University reserves the right to remove from campus a guest who has violated University regulations. "Removal" is defined as complete separation from University grounds, facilities and services. Violators of a “removal” order are viewed as trespassers and are subject to arrest. (See Policies and Procedures).
20. Visitation |
A resident’s privilege to have a guest in the room may not interfere with a roommate’s right to privacy, sleep and quiet study space. Overnight visits should only occur on a limited and infrequent basis not to exceed three (3) consecutive nights and only with the consent of the others sharing the room/apartment. Cohabitation, which is defined as overnight visits with a sexual partner, is incompatible both with the Catholic character of the University and with the rights of the roommates.