To be responsive to all reasonable requests of fellow residents.
To be responsive and cooperative in all dealings with residence hall staff members.
To accept responsibility for personal and community safety; i.e., to refrain from misusing safety equipment, damaging any University property, propping open any buildings' doors, losing or forgetting room keys.
To recognize that public areas and their furnishings belong to everyone, and abuse of those areas violates the rights of the community.
To make a conscious effort to keep the area in which you live clean and sanitary for yourself and the students around you. Residence Hall Staff
Quiet Hours are standardized across all residence halls.
Quiethoursare as follows:
Sunday -Thursday:10:00 PM - 10:00 AM
Friday - Saturday:Midnight - Noon
24hourQuietHoursare in effect during study days and final exam periods
During Courtesyhours, excessive noise should be avoided.
Avoid noise that can be heard outside the room or may disturb anyone in the living or surrounding areas (including common areas such as lobbies, conference rooms, study rooms, etc.)
Bradley University residence halls are smoke free.
Electronic Cigarettes use is prohibited within all Residents Halls.
If a student is found smoking in or within 15 feet of a door, window, or vent of the residence halls, they will be referred to their Residence Director.
Fireworks, explosives, and weapons are not allowed.
Some examples of weapons are serviceable firearms, BB guns, paintball guns, explosives, pellet air gun and any knife bigger than a pocket knife.
Weapons that need to be stored on campus should be registered with the Bradley University Police Department
Burning anything in the residence halls is a fire hazard and is prohibited.
Pets are prohibited in the residence halls (including fish).
Students requesting emotional support or service pet assistance should contact Student Access Services.
Cooking appliances with exposed coils, hot plates, resistance coils, grills, frying pans, toasters, waffle irons, slow cookers, rice cookers, air fryers, and George Foremen grills are NOT allowed in the residence halls.
Popcorn poppers are allowed as long as the unit does not have an exposed coil or heating element.
Halogen lamps are NOT allowed.
Humidifiers, space heaters, and 3-D printers are NOT allowed.
Because candles are an extreme fire hazard, they are not allowed within the Residence Halls.
There is no storage available for personal possessions,
Everyone must remove their possessions from the residence hall at the end of the school year.
Bicycles should be locked on bike racks or stored in an individual’s room.
Motorcycles, mini-bikes, or motorbikes may not be stored or repaired in student rooms or residence halls
Guests in the Residence Halls must follow the same University regulations as the residents.
Cohabitation is prohibited. Visitation becomes cohabitation after 72 hours of consecutive visitation.
Residents are responsible for their guests and any acts which may occur as a result of their visit.
The Room Condition Report will be used by a staff member to determine what damages, if any, have occurred during the residents stay. When students check out of their room, the room will be inspected for any assessable damage.
Any damages during the school year should be reported to the student's RA(s).
Williams Hall and Heitz Hall have adjustable beds. To request a lowered bed, students must request this in their Housing Form under the "Additional Information" section when signing up for housing. Type 3 rooms in University Hall also have adjustable beds. All other residence halls have fixed beds that cannot be adjustable.
Sunday - Thursday: 11 pm - 3 am
Friday - Saturday: 11 pm - 4 am
A Student Security schedule will be posted in the office.
If you have any problems with Student Security personnel, please notify the Residence Director or Director of Student Security.
The resident is issued a room key at check-in.
This key will open that particular room, mailbox, and the designated outside doors of that hall.
If the resident loses the key, it will require a lock core change and a charge of $35. This money comes out of the student's Housing Deposit.
A staff member should call in the lost key to MacMillan (x2915)
The roommate must turn in the matching room key before new key will be issued.
Any door-to-door solicitation is prohibited in the Residence Halls.
Only registered student organizations may distribute information in campus mailboxes.
Students who run in the student elections are allowed to use the mailboxes and are required to do their own distribution (during regularly scheduled office hours).
No outside organizations will be given access to the mailboxes nor will students who are engaged in commercial enterprises be allowed the use of the mailboxes.
Private organizations that wish to use an area of a Residence Hall must receive the permission of the Residence Director.
Private companies who wish to advertise their products may only do so on bulletin boards located in the lobby.
Floor bulletin boards are for the use of the RAs to post necessary campus information and not for the use of private companies to advertise.
The most logical place to begin with any housing concern is your Resident Advisor(s) (RA). Your RA(s) are full time students employed by the university that live near you on the floor.
Carefully selected, well-trained and knowledgeable about the entire University, RA's serve a variety of functions: friend and resource person, advisor, problem-solver, and programmer. If they can't answer your question or help with a problem, they know who can. Staff members are there to provide a fun-filled, safe environment, in order for students to achieve success while attending Bradley University. A student's safety and well-being is a staff member's number one priority and it will be treated as such.
There are two Hall Directors in each residence hall. There is a Residence Director (RD) and Community Director (CD) who supervise the residential staff, handle various administrative tasks including discipline within the building, and act as liaisons with the professional staff of the Residential Living and Student Conduct.
It must be noted that not all future situations can possibly be foreseen and the above listing of rights and responsibilities is not comprehensive.