For security and safety reasons, we require that all nonresident guests sign-in and out at residence hall desks. All visitors who have not filled out an Overnight Guest Form need to leave the residence hall by 12 a.m.
Hosting a visitor just for the day?
The following guidelines are to make sure that our students and your guest have a positive experience:
- Come down to the desk to meet your guest.
- Members of the opposite sex are not allowed as guests on your floor.
- Immediate family members of the opposite sex may be on your floor between 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. for 30 minutes.
Visitors of the same sex are permitted between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 12 a.m
Can I have a visitor who is 15 years of age or younger?
Due to legal reasons, visitors 15 years of age or younger are not allowed in the residence halls without their legal parent or guardian, this includes children who are part of the Big Brother/Big Sister program or other PCM programs. Children, who are part of the Big Bro/Big Sis, church youth group or a PCM program, are allowed on the first floor of each residence hall and must remain with their student host. Students can only have one under-aged visitor at a time and are responsible for the child’s behavior. No babysitting is allowed in the residence halls. The only exception to the above rule is a student’s brother or sister, but the student must get approval from the Associate Dean of Residence Life and notify his or her RA before the visitor comes.
Culbertson Hall, 2nd Floor