Room Keys Each
resident is issued one room key. The key is not transferable; the reproduction
of keys to the halls and the unauthorized possession, loaning or distribution
of any Hendrix College key is prohibited. When a room key is lost, you will be
charged a fee, which will automatically cover the cost to change the room lock
and key. If a new key is issued and the original key is found, no refunds will
If you lock yourself out of your room, please
follow these steps in the order they are listed.
Call your roommate(s).
Ask your RA to open your door.
Ask another RA in the building. Between 9 p.m. and 8 a.m., ask the RA on duty.
4. Ask your Area
Coordinator. Between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays, you can stop by the
Residence Life Office.
Call Public Safety at 450-7711.
Your student ID card will allow you to access the exterior door of
your residential building (except for College owned apartments, Language House
or Eco-House). All residence halls have been wired with a keyless card reader
entry system. Tampering with, disabling, or destroying the card readers, motion
sensors, and door alarms is a serious issue that may impact the safety and well-being
of students. Students found damaging or tampering with card readers or alarms
will be subject to conduct action.
Students are required to carry
their identification cards, which are issued free of charge when entering
Hendrix College, at all times and to produce or surrender them when requested
by College officials. Student ID cards are the property of Hendrix College and
are a primary means of maintaining a secure campus environment. They may not be
transferred to another person or possessed by another person.
When an ID card is lost, a new card will be
issued for a fee of $25.00. ID cards which have broken will be replaced at no
cost, provided the student is able to turn in the pieces of the original card.