Authorized university staff are allowed to enter premises without notice for the following reasons: In April 2014, construction of a new welcome center on Plymouth Street began. The building is a two-storey, 15,000-square-metre facility and houses the university`s student admission and transfer offices as well as financial aid offices. Construction of the Welcome Center was completed in the spring of 2015. [51] In the event of an inspection, in the event of an unusual situation or suspicion of illegal use of space (i.e. retention of stolen goods, alcohol or other drugs), the situation may be reported to the university police and lead to a referral to the Community Standards Office. Please send an email reslife@bridgewater.edu or contact your zone coordinator if you have any questions. Upon entry into the residences, students will receive a room condition report (RCR) that describes the current state of the facilities (walls, floor, ceiling, door, etc.) and the establishment of rooms at the university. Students are asked to check this report carefully and ask their Resident Advisor or Area Coordinator to rate any additions and note any damage themselves. If the student delays the room, he/she is responsible for scheduling a check-out with the Residence Life staff. Residence Life staff then compare the current condition of the room and layout to the condition indicated in the room condition report, which was completed at the time of the student`s entry into the room. The occupants of the room are responsible for damage (other than wear and tear normally expected) that has not been previously noticed. The amount of claims is set after the occupant has been deciphered by the territorial coordinator of the area. Handling of fire protection devices (e.g.

B smoke/heat detectors, fire extinguishers, traction stations, pre-alarm blankets and fire horns) or the triggering of false alarms/bomb threats may result in immediate suspension of residences. Hosts are responsible for the behavior of their hosts and are responsible for damage to university property or violations by the host of university guidelines. Your connect card should be on it at all times. Being locked out of your dorm is never comfortable for you or the RLH staff. The university also reserves the right to enter the premises if there is reasonable reason to believe that there is a violation of the university`s guidelines and procedures. “Each of you who organized or participated in a large indoor meeting made the decision to endanger our entire campus and the local community by ignoring public health rules and academic guidelines applicable to student behavior both on and off campus,” she wrote. . . .