Frequently Asked Questions


Can I host visitors in my dorm?

Of course you can host visitors. When inviting or hosting guests, please be considerate of your roommate(s) and floormates. Visitors are expected to follow the same guidelines as residents. We suggest that roommates discuss guidelines for their own rooms in terms of guests, activities, privacy, and study atmosphere. As with anything in this communal environment, study, rest, and privacy take precedence over visitation, guests, and recreation. Guests are not allowed to stay for more than three nights in a row.

  • Office of Residential Life, "Living at Carleton" booklet, 23 March 2005
  • FAQ courtesy of Office of Residential Life & Housing
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