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b. Residence Hall Staff
The residence hall staff serve three primary functions:
i.
To be of service to students. This can take many different forms, from
providing a friendly ear to organizing programs which interest or
benefit residents.
ii.
To perform administrative tasks, such as checking students in and out
of rooms, locking outside doors, distributing mail, duty rounds, etc.
iii.
To enforce the guidelines outlined in the LRSC policy manual, Residence
Hall Contract and student handbook.
05. Checking In/Checking Out/Improper Check Out
a. Checking In
i.
All students are required to check into the residence halls to verify room
assignments and complete a Room Condition Form.
ii.
All standard furnishings must remain with the room and may not be
removed or exchanged between rooms. All items listed on the room
inventory must be in place when the student checks out.
b. Checking Out
i.
Students need to follow the below guidelines when checking out.
Failure to follow checkout procedures or failing to checkout will result in
a fine up to $100.
ii.
Student must sign up for checkout with a Housing staff member 24
hours prior to departure. At the time of checkout, the staff member will
conduct a room inspection and collect keys.
iii.
Student roommust be returned to its original condition. This means
rooms must be cleaned, floors swept/washed, and all furniture must be
returned and assembled.
06. Entry of Student Rooms
College policy on privacy of student rooms stipulates that room entry will be restricted
to the following instances:
a.
The Lake Region State College Residence Hall Contract stipulates that room
inspections may be made by staff for reasons of residence maintenance.
Whenever possible, 24 hour notice will be given to the student prior to entry. In
addition, pre-announced room inspections will be held to check for general
sanitation and/order. Safety inspections will be made at the closing of Fall
Semester and the closing of Spring Break.
b. When residence or college officials reasonably fear danger to health, safety,
life or property.
c.
When residence or college officials have just cause to suspect a violation of
college regulations.
d. During periods of academic recess primarily for maintenance purposes. Whenever
possible, rooms will be entered when the room’s occupants are present and
college officials to be present during room entry.
e.
If the occupants are not present when the room entry is needed, the occupants
will be notified of the time and reason for the entry.
07. Deposit/Damage Policies
Costs are outline in the student handbook for damages that may occur in the
Residence Halls. Costs related to damages, cleaning or lost keys will be billed to the
resident’s account.
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