Compliance With Officials

Residents and their guests are expected to comply with the verbal or written directions of any University official or police officer acting in the performance of their duties and in the scope of their employment.

Dining Center Behavior

Students are required to present a valid CSU ID upon entering the dining centers. Dining privileges are not transferrable in part or in whole. Students who allow others to use their card will have their ID confiscated. Guests dining with students must be sponsored as a guest via a valid guest meal swipe. Parents/guardians are welcome to eat with their student up to twice every two weeks, compliments of Housing & Dining Services.Durrell

Only one to-go meal may be taken at a time, and the container must fully close. Upon departing the dining center, students are allowed to take one piece of fruit, a cookie, or an ice cream cone, along with a beverage in a wide-mouth water bottle. Students are not to leave the dining center with any other food or dish ware.

Verbal or written abuse, threats, intimidation, violence, or other forms of harassment and unruly behavior against any student or staff member is not tolerated. Smoking is not allowed in the dining centers as well as other prohibited items which include alcohol, drugs, drug paraphernalia, weapons, recreational equipment (longboards, skateboards, etc.) and outside food or drinks. Students must wear proper attire to enter the dining centers including shoes and shirts.

Quiet Hours

Students have the right to sleep and study in the residence hall environment. It is very important that residents take the responsibility to follow the Quiet Hours and Courtesy Hours Policies in the hall. Courtesy Hours are in effect 24 hours a day. This means that even on weekends, residents have the right to sleep and study and may ask other students to keep the noise level down if they are being bothered by excessive noise.

A Quiet Hours violation is defined as any noise, from any source, being audible two doors away from the source, or an individual's failure to comply with Courtesy Hours.

  • On all days when classes are held the following morning (Sunday through Thursday), Quiet Hours are in effect from 10:00 p.m. through 7:00 a.m.
  • Weekend (Friday and Saturday) Quiet Hours are from 11:00 p.m. through 10:00 a.m.
  • Quiet Hours and Courtesy Hours are also in effect for courtyards and those areas directly surrounding the residence halls.
  • Quiet Hours are in effect 24 hours per day during finals week.

Sports & Activities in Hallways

No sports or physical activities are allowed in or immediately around the residence halls. This includes hallways and corridors of the building due to the potential for Quiet Hours violations, damage to University property, harm to individuals, and disturbance of fellow hall members. Types of prohibited activities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Throwing objects (Frisbees, footballs, snowballs, etc.)
  • Wrestling
  • Floor hockey
  • Bowling
  • Boxing
  • Inline skates
  • Skateboards/Longboards
  • Bikes
  • Paintball
  • Airsoft guns
  • Slack lining

Additionally, due to several safety and fire concerns widely covered in the media, the use, possession, or storage of Hoverboards, Swagways, IO Hawks, Skywalkers, and similar devices, is prohibited in the CSU residence halls and apartments until further notice.