JCH Resident Handbook 2023-24

Hall Rules Occupancy 1 Accommodation in the Hall is provided to assigned residents for the specific purpose of personal residence only. Use of the premises for any other purpose (e.g. giving to another person to reside in, storage, etc.) is prohibited. Change of Rooms 2 Change of rooms is not allowed except with permission of the Student Housing and Residential Life Office. Residents found changing rooms privately will be penalized as appropriate. Identification 3 Proof of identity of any person present in the Hall may be requested by the member of the Hall Management or any person appointed by the Hall Management. Those who fail to present proof of residence will be asked to leave the Hall or will result in penalties. Key 4 A resident shall be responsible for the room key assigned for his/her use. A room key is not to be duplicated, loaned or furnished to anyone else. Food 5 Preparation, reheating and cooking of food is only allowed in the areas designated for such purposes. Smoking 6 The University is a non-smoking campus. Smoking is not allowed in the entire University campus or in any part of the Hall premises. Safety and Fire Hazards 7.1 Possession of any items or chemicals (e.g. weapons, explosives, highly combustible materials, etc.) that are potentially dangerous or damaging is prohibited. 7.2 Open flames, including candles and incense, are prohibited in any part of the Hall premises. 7.3 Interference of fire service devices is prohibited. Cleanliness 8 It is the responsibility of the resident to keep his/her room clean and tidy and the joint responsibility of all residents in the Hall to keep the common areas of the Hall (including apartments in Jockey Club Hall) in a clean and tidy condition. Furniture, Fittings and Fixtures 9.1 A resident shall not interfere with existing fixtures and fittings or install new utilities or fittings, without the permission of the Student Housing and Residential Life Office. Prior approval from Student Housing and Residential Life Office must be obtained for installation of large electrical appliances (e.g. washer, dryer, refrigerator, etc.). 9.2 A resident shall not affix any glue, scotch-tape, gum-paper, nails, spikes, tacks or any other thing on or drive the same into any wall or floor or any fixture, fittings or furniture in any part of the Hall premises without the permission of the Student Housing and Residential Life Office. 12