Policies & Procedures

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Policies & Procedures

Policies and procedures governing students' responsibilities and role in the Residence Halls are outlined in the Student Handbook. Policies specific to residential life are contained in the Residential Guidelines section. Students can request a copy of the Handbook from the Office of the Dean of Students or access it on the University's website.

Health and Safety Inspections: A Quick Guide


Bed Lofting Form

For students living in Gonzaga and Loyola Halls who wish to have their beds lofted in one of five different configurations.

Commuter Request Form

For full-time undergraduate students of the University who wish to change their status from resident to commuter. In order to qualify for commuter status, student must be residing full-time with a parent or guardian and living within 35 miles of campus.

Graduate Student Housing

For information regarding graduate student housing, please visit our Graduate Student Life & Resources page.

Guest Pass

All guests must be registered with the University by a University student. After filling out the Guest Registration Form, you will receive an e-mail to confirm your guest has been registered. Please print the confirmation letter and have your guest carry it and a proper photo identification while visiting campus. If your guest is bringing a vehicle, this letter will also serve as their vehicle registration.

Housing Application

For all non-first year students wishing to reside on campus, including commuters and readmitted students. First year and new students should use this link to complete their housing application.

Individual Responsibility

If there is any damage to a living space, the responsible person must identify him/herself with this form, specifically citing the damage and its location. If any damage is found and no one claims responsibility, the charge will be distributed equally among all occupants of the living space.

Housing Policy Exception Request

This form should be completed by students who have a qualifying physical or psychological need which may influence housing assignment after they have registered with Disability Support Services.

What to Bring and Not Bring to Campus

What not to bring is equally as important as what to bring. Therefore, students, especially freshmen, are strongly encouraged not to bring everything on move-in day that they think they might need during the course of the year.

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