If someone moves out of an apartment within
the first seven weeks of the semester, the
remaining resident(s) will be charged the pri-
vate rate, unless someone moves into the
apartment to replace the outgoing resident.
The resident who replaces the outgoing resi-
dent cannot be a current resident of another
apartment. If someone moves out of an apart-
ment on or after the first day of the eight
week of the semester, the remaining students
will not be charged the private rate for the
remainder of the semester. However, the
remaining residents will be charged the pri-
vate rate the following semester, unless some-
one moves into the apartment to replace the
outgoing resident. While the Office of Resi-
dence Life will provide assistance in finding a
resident to replace the outgoing resident, the
primary responsibility rests with the remain-
Students who are married are permitted
to live together with proof of marriage
marriage license) in the apartments.
If married students become separated or
divorced, it is the responsibility of the resi-
dent to notify the Director of Residence
Life that a spouse is no longer a resident of
Children are not allowed to live in the resi-
dence halls or apartments.
Occasionally meetings will be held for all
residents of the apartments. These meet-
ings are mandatory for all residents. Any
resident not in attendance will receive a
fine of $25.
Hilltop Village residents are permitted to
remain in their apartments during all breaks
that occur during the academic year. Resi-
dents who wish to live in the apartments dur-
ing the summer break must register with resi-
dence life and pay the appropriate fees. Any
student who violates campus policy during the
break housing period may be required to
leave campus until the beginning of the fol-
Residents are responsible for the actions of
their guest(s) at all times while the guest is
on College property.
Students who wish to host overnight guests
may do so, provided the guests are not
staying beyond a three day period. Please
refer to the college’s guest policy for more
Students may not rent the rooms within
their apartments to other individuals.
Lending apartment keys to guests is not
Roommates will be of the same sex unless
the student is married.
Security, Noise, and Health and Safety
The Emergency Management Agency has
deemed the bathrooms as the safest place
in the event of a tornado.
All residents and their guests are required
to relocate to the bathroom if a tornado
siren is heard.
The following items are prohibited:
Live cut” trees (e.g. Christmas trees)
Incense and Candles
Extension cords not plugged into UL
approved power strips
Quiet hours are designed to give all resi-
dents a period of quiet study and/or sleep.
Quiet hours are between the hours of 8
p.m. and 8 a.m.
Excessive noise disturbing residents in a
living area by either a host or guest is
Smoking is not allowed in any building on
campus as stated in the Student Handbook.
Smoking is prohibited on the balconies and
within fifty feet of any building.
Maintenance - Please call x 226-3081 at first
sign of a maintenance issue.
Health and Safety Inspection
Health and Safety Inspections occur up to
four times each academic year. The follow-
ing is a list of common health and safety
Any blockage of exits
Grease build up on or around the