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Residence Life Policies and Procedures

Washington & Jefferson College
Office of Residence Life
Upper Level of the Rossin Campus Center
724.229.5120
www.washjeff.edu/reslife

Contents

Please click on any of the titles below to read about that subject area. 

Introduction
Housing - Residential Policy
Accommodations for Housing
Commuting
Computer and Cable TV Hookup
Damages
Fire Safety Policy
Fraternity and Sorority Houses
Health and Safety Inspections
Intersession
Keys, IDs, and Locks
Laundry Facilities
Maintenance and Housekeeping
Personal Property
Pets
Quiet Hours and Courtesy Hours
Room Assignments
Room Furnishings
Roommates
Room Changes
Room Consolidation Policy
Safety and Security
Staff
Smoking Policy
Solicitation Policy
Storage during Breaks and Summer
Study Abroad and Housing
Throwing Objects from Windows
Unauthorized Items in the Residence Halls
Visitation and Guest Policy

Introduction

The College seeks to create an environment conducive to intellectual discourse both inside and outside the classroom to provide students with an outstanding liberal arts education. Living on a residential campus provides students with many opportunities to get involved in and develop the social and critical thinking skills necessary to become vital members of the College community and contributing citizens following graduation.   In keeping with this mission as a four-year residential college, W&J requires all students to live on campus, with the exceptions being married students and students living with parents or guardians within a commuting distance determined by the College. 

All students are required to pay a non-refundable advance deposit of $300 at the time of pre-registration for the first session of each new College year. This amount is credited to the student's account for the Fall Term.  All students are required to sign a Housing Contract and Lease Agreement following the selection/placement in housing.  *Housing Contracts are in effect for the entire academic year.  *Selecting or occupying a room constitutes a binding residence agreement.  Unless residing at the home of his or her parent(s)/guardian(s), active members of fraternities and sororities are required to live in his or her respective chapter house, so long as there is space available in that house. 

Listed within this section are policies and procedures to assist in creating safe and secure communities.

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