Residence life adheres to policies and procedures designed to maintain the general welfare of the community. These policies ensure that the halls are places of study, work and residence where people are treated, and treat one another, with respect and courtesy. Living in the residence halls is a learning experience that can result in growth and personal understanding of one's responsibilities and privileges within both the university community and beyond.
Resident students must follow these policies and procedures, which are outlined in The Student Conduct Code and the Guide to Living on Campus [PDF]. Students who violate these policies and procedures will be subject to the actions described in the conduct code. Residence life encourages all students to familiarize themselves with these policies prior to moving into the residence halls.
Reporting Policy Violations
If a potential policy violation occurs, students/staff may submit a written report to residence
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity. Title IX also covers sexual violence and reminds schools of their responsibilities to take immediate and effective steps to respond to sexual violence. Learn more about Title IX.
The information contained below includes the most up-to-date damage charges.
Damages by Building
- Atlantic Hall Costs [PDF]
- Bates Complex Costs [PDF]
- Bowditch Hall Costs [PDF]
- Peabody Hall Costs [PDF]
- Marsh Hall Costs [PDF]
- Viking Hall Costs [PDF]
Estimated Repair Costs
Please be aware that all charges are subject to change based on the extent of damage, individual labor costs and market costs for purchasing supplies and damaged items.