areas include but are not limited to: hallways, bathrooms, stairwells, lounges,
parlors, study rooms, utility rooms, storage rooms, laundry rooms, TV rooms,
kitchens, and patios. Furnishings in common areas are for use by all members of
the community. Common areas are provided for the use and benefit of all
residents, and should not be monopolized.
Residents may not remove furniture from common areas. Students who move furniture from common areas
are subject to a fine of $40 per item, per day.
(overnight) in common areas is not permitted.
gatherings in common areas are allowed as long as members of the gathering do
not outnumber the room capacity limit according to the Conway Fire Department
and all College policies are being observed. The capacity differs from room to
room, and can be located in each common area, posted on a red sign. All
students must be mindful of their noise levels and are responsible for cleaning
up after themselves. Since common areas
are in residential buildings, noise should be kept to a minimum. The area should be left better than it was
found. Damage(s) to common areas will be
charged to all residents of a particular wing, floor or living area unless it
can be determined who is specifically responsible for the damage(s).
common areas for group activities or social events must be approved by the
Director of Residence Life 14 days prior to the event. Students in charge of the event are
responsible for clean-up after the event.
unapproved, loud, unruly and/or alcohol-related events are permitted in the
residence halls. Events, allowed only in
designated areas, must have 14-day prior written approval from the Office of
Residence Life. Students will be
required to close down any event that violates these policies. Students in charge of the event are
responsible for clean-up after the event. As explained under the common area
spontaneous gatherings in common areas are allowed as long as members of the
gathering do not outnumber the room capacity limit according to the Conway Fire
Department and all College policies are being observed.
policies are not intended to define appropriate and inappropriate behaviors in
exhaustive terms. In situations not
covered by specific regulations, you are expected to use common sense and
conduct yourself at all times as a mature, responsible adult.
of Residence Life policies and community standards are grounds for conduct
action. For more information, contact your building staff or the Residence Life