Residents must receive written permission from all of their roommates to have guests for each overnight stay. The Overnight Guest Request form is available from any RA. Completed requests must be turned in to the floor’s Resident Assistant 24 hours prior to the guest’s anticipated arrival. Residents may not have overnight guests during the first two weeks and last two weeks of the fall and spring semesters. An overnight guest is defined as any person(s) present in a residence hall room, suite, or apartment between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. Residents may not entertain overnight guests more than five nights in a month and no guest may stay more than three consecutive nights regardless of roommate permission. This policy applies to private and shared rooms alike.


_ *Occasionally, University Housing will grant specific permission in conflict with this portion of the policy for official recruitment or other University events.

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_ UH reserves the right to rescind permission of any guest to remain in a UH facility if the guest’s presence is determined to be a disturbance to the community or a threat to the property or safety of any resident(s) or the University. Residents are responsible for the actions of their guests and will be held accountable for their behavior through the UH Judicial Education System.

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