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Quiet Housing Area

Quiet Area Purpose

Quiet Areas are designed for those who seek a noise-free environment. Residents of a quiet floor agree to provide (and receive) a quiet place to sleep and study at any time of the day or night.

Quiet Area Guidelines

Although no area can be completely free of noise, Quiet Areas are defined as locations where noise levels are expected to be kept at a minimum and contained within student rooms 24-hours a day. Due to the nature of this living area, only small, private events where all noise and activities are contained within residents’ rooms is permitted.

Consequences of Violating Guidelines

Non-compliance with the Quiet Area Agreement at any time during the year may result in, but are not limited to, the following: verbal warnings, written warnings, housing reassignment and additional conduct sanctions.

Last revised May 2, 2018
Keywords: Quiet Area

Last Reviewed: May 2nd, 2018

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