Living and learning is what we’re here for and it takes a lot of people with a lot of tools and a lot of care to make sure your home away from home meets your basic needs. While we can’t guarantee it will always feel just like home, we can guarantee every effort will be made to keep your new home safe, clean, and secure! Our staff is on-call 24/7 from the RA living on your floor to the mechanic who stays awake while you sleep to make sure you enjoy your experience at Salisbury University.
Rights and Responsibilities
Residence Hall policies are guided by the SU Code of Conduct. Within
Any alleged violation of University policy will typically be documented by an RA. Once the RA collects the information and the names of any student present, the report is submitted to the Office of Student Conduct for their review. Our Associate Director will assign the case to a building director (conduct officer) for adjudication. Please refer to the Code of Conduct for the remaining steps in the conduct process, as it may take different directions depending on
If you are documented for a violation of policy, please see your building director for more information until you’re contacted by a conduct officer. No decision can be made regarding your responsibility in an incident until a hearing is conducted, so give it time and trust that the Code of Conduct provides for a fair judicial process. If 3-5 days pass before you are contacted regarding a hearing, please contact your building director to learn the status of your incident.
While we respect the fact that you’re an adult, we also know at times your parents may call with questions about your involvement in an incident. If you think your parents might call, then they probably will. Without your signed
One important point to remember before your parents call is: make sure you give them all the details, including any prior conduct you may have.
Residence Hall Fines
At times you, or your living
It’s My Roommate, Not Me
Living in rooms the size of a standard bedroom in most homes, we know there will likely be times when the roommate is at fault for what’s taken place. The experience we have had is that typically a roommate will take ownership
In the event this doesn’t happen, then you made need to talk with your RA to get some confidential advice about how to proceed. Every student is troubled by the thought of getting their roommate in trouble. If communication happens early on, this won’t likely happen. And, if it’s early enough, you may be able to privately consult with staff without there being disciplinary action.
Be proactive, rather than reactive!
A judicial hearing is not a good place to bring up how long you’ve been dealing with an issue, and at that