Behaviour that interferes with a resident’s right to study, sleep, and learn or is a nuisance to the surrounding community is not permitted.
NOT COOPERATING WITH STAFF
Failing to follow the directions or instructions of Residence Life Staff or University employees who are acting within the scope of their position (i.e. compliance with verbal/written requests, providing proper ID and providing information to staff) is not permitted.
Participating in and/or running gaming-related events (when there is an exchange of money) is not permitted in residence. This includes but is not limited to, poker nights, hockey pools, and raffles/draws/bingo.
An individual’s right to reasonable quiet supersedes another’s desire to make noise. Unless otherwise advised, Quiet Hours are observed in residence at minimum from:
- Sunday to Thursday: 11:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.
- Friday & Saturday Evenings: 1:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
- Final exam periods: 23 hours a day
Residents are expected to modify use of an area (e.g.. outdoor basketball court, lounges, crossroads) during quiet hours to avoid study interference. High levels of bass or music from speakers or other equipment is prohibited at all times. Weekend Quiet Hours may be adjusted in relation to major midterms. Consideration Hours are in effect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
PHYSICALLY ACTIVE GAMES OR ACTIVITIES IN RESIDENCE
Students are not permitted to participate in potentially destructive activities that may cause personal injuries and/or property damage (i.e. sports played indoors, using inline skates, bicycles, skateboards, or hoverboards within residence or running in the hallways).
Actions that adversely affect oneself or others, or have the potential to, as a result of not adhering to the RCLS. This includes failing to remove yourself from a situation that in and of itself contravenes the RCLS or violating a condition from a previous violation (eg. guest probation, posting, etc.)
Initiating, supporting, or participating in pranks that are inappropriate, disruptive, offensive, and/or damaging are prohibited.