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Health and Safety Inspection Information

Health and Safety inspections, also known as room inspections, are conducted monthly by the Residential Life staff. During inspections, each room, suite, and apartment will be examined for cleanliness, damage, health and safety concerns, and fire hazards. Examples of health and safety violations include, but are not limited to items that violate the Code of Student Conduct and Housing Agreement such as: 

  • Fire hazards
  • Excessive trash
  • Ceiling hangings
  • Inappropriate or offensive material in the common area
  • Bed risers and lofts
  • Failure to maintain an appropriately sanitary living space as determined by the Office of Residential Life

Unauthorized appliances, lamps, candles, and other health and safety hazards and policy violations may be removed from the room by Residential Life staff or public safety officers. Failure to maintain each residential area in a satisfactory condition could result in a student conduct violation. In addition, residents will be assessed for damages found during inspections. Staff will conduct follow-up visits to ensure problem areas are brought up to standard. Items that are confiscated will be stored, destroyed, or discarded, as appropriate.

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