Standard policy requires students living on campus be at least 17 years of age. Exception may be made on a case-by-case basis with special approval from the Student Life Office.
Note: These guidelines do not apply to College-owned private houses occupied by College employees. See the Office of Student Life for more information.
Georgetown College prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, age, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, or disability.
Advertising Off-Campus Events
Organizations and groups are not permitted to post signs or distribute flyers on campus that advertise off-campus parties. Failure to abide by this policy may result in a group being fined.
Alcohol & Other Drugs
The storage, possession, or consumption of alcoholic beverages as well as the storage and/or possession of commercial alcohol containers on Georgetown College property is strictly prohibited. Furthermore, a student is in violation of the alcohol policy for being in the presence of either alcoholic beverages or commercial alcohol containers. The following penalties are other alternatives under certain, very limited circumstances: reprimand, required treatment, contractual requirements, fines, probation, suspension, or expulsion, referral of the matter to the appropriate authorities for criminal prosecution. (View a list of possible Accountability Sanctions)
The storage, possession, or use of marijuana or other illegal drugs and/or drug paraphernalia is strictly prohibited. Violation of this regulation is considered a major offense and will subject those involved to immediate suspension.
Students are required to move out of their housing assignment 24 hours after their last final, unless they are graduating. Students are allowed to stay in their residence hall during Fall and Spring Breaks. Students may not stay in their assigned housing during Winter and Summer breaks – however, Georgetown College offers alternative housing in a different residence hall for students who want to live on campus during these breaks This housing is provided at a weekly fee that is in addition to the amount charged for students to live on campus during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Civil Authorities and the College
Georgetown College cannot protect students from judicial processes resulting from violations of federal, state, and/or local civil or criminal statutes. Incidents or problems arising from the violation of state or federal laws may subject a student to disciplinary action, including dismissal from school.
Students are responsible for the cleanliness of their personal space, including disposal of trash and recyclables. For safety purposes, students should maintain their rooms in a way that allows quick and safe egress to their doors in case of emergency. Students who do not properly clean their room and/or whose uncleanliness causes permanent damage to their room or furnishing may be subject to fines and/or the student accountability process.
Damages, Theft and Liability
Georgetown College does not assume liability for any lost, stolen or damaged personal property. Any thefts should be reported to Campus Safety. To help prevent theft, students should be sure to lock their room doors and not prop open exterior entrance doors.
Students who accept College housing agree in effect to a contract and are responsible for maintaining their rooms in an acceptable condition. Charges for damages within students’ rooms are the responsibility of the students assigned there. Damages that occur to public areas (e.g. restrooms, lounges, study rooms, etc.) that are not attributable to a specific individual or group will be equally shared by the residents of the living area(s) where those damages occurred.
All students will be charged a $100 Damage Deposit by the Business Office. Appropriate refunds of lock and damage deposits will be sent by check to those students who officially withdraw from school, graduate, or do not return for the next semester and have properly checked out of their rooms. Any additional charges will be included on the billing notice sent to students by the Business Office.
Residents are encouraged to purchase renter’s insurance to cover issues such as those described above. In some instances, their family homeowner’s insurance policy may extend to their residence hall room. Renter’s insurance can be purchased at www.collegerentersplan.com/georgetowncollege
Emergency Notifications and Procedures
As required by Federal law, Georgetown College will notify students of potential safety issues on campus by posting timely warnings. Timely warnings may be distributed via text and e-mail. To sign up for text notifications, first go online to https://my.georgetowncollege.edu/ . Enter your assigned username and password. Select the “GC Life” tab, then select the “Emergency Notification” option and complete the online form.
In case of weather emergencies, refer to the notifications posted in your building as to where the safest place to be is. In general, this is usually an interior hallway or restroom on the lowest floor. All Clear will be announced over the local TV and radio stations or expiration of the initial National Weather Service warning DO NOT LEAVE UNTIL the All Clear is given
If advised of or aware of an active shooter, immediately seek shelter in the nearest room. Lock and barricade the doors to protect yourself and others inside the room. Do not leave your room until authorized by Campus Safety or Law Enforcement.
Firearms, Weapons, and Explosives
To the fullest extent permitted by Kentucky law, the College prohibits the possession or use of any type of firearm, deadly weapon, or exploding device on campus property which includes, but is not limited to offices, classrooms, residence hall rooms and lobbies, and athletic events. This includes concealed weapons as defined by state law. The College policy also includes pellet guns and BB guns. This policy applies to all College students, employees, and visitors. Student violators are subject to full range of possible sanctioning from the College.
Residents are permitted to place neat and clean couches, chairs, or the like in their rooms so long as space permits. Furnishings in an obviously deteriorated or damaged condition are not permitted. For fire and safety reasons, excessive personal furniture (items can not impede egress to windows or doors), ceiling fans, and lofts are not permitted. The use of waterbeds, major household appliances (including George Forman Grills), and other non-standard furnishings are not permitted in campus housing. Students may not decorate their room with empty alcohol containers. Students must keep the furniture that is furnished in their room. If at any point during the academic calendar college owned furnishings are missing, students are subject to the replacement cost of the items.
Due to electrical constraints within the buildings, microwaves greater than 800 watts and portable air conditioners are not permitted in residence hall rooms. For safety reasons, ceiling fans may not be installed in residence hall rooms.
Students are permitted to have radios, stereos, televisions, sewing machines, fans, and comparable appliances in their rooms. However, refrigerators larger than 6 cubic feet, room air conditioners, portable heaters, hot plates, candles, and similar items are not permitted. Food should be kept in closed containers.
Students are permitted to have computer and peripheral equipment in their rooms. Students are not allowed to set-up personal wireless networks within the hall. However, the College specifically assumes no liability for damage to equipment, software, disks, text, and other files, and the like due to power surges, theft, or other hazards. Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Facilities Management to request a check for properly grounded electrical outlets.
As a principally residential campus Georgetown College expects all students to reside in College housing, except as provided below. Students meeting one or more of the following conditions are exempt from the College residential requirements:
- Students residing with immediate family members within a 30 mile radius of the college. “Immediate family member” is defined as brother/sister, either parent (if separated or divorced), aunt/uncle, or grandparent(s). Immediate family member must also be at least 24 years of age and deemed to be heads of households.
- Students who are deemed to be the heads of a households.
- Married students residing in the residences of their spouses
- Students who are 24 years of age or older
- Students who are military veterans
- Students enrolled for less than 12 credit hours for a given academic term
- Students who are 5th year seniors as verified by the Office of the Registrar.
- Other appropriate reasons as determined by the Director of Campus Life
Unless classified as a fifth year senior, those students who will participate in Commencement in May, yet need to return for another semester do not qualify to live off campus.
Applications for waivers of housing requirements may be obtained after consultation with the Student Life Office and should be submitted at least two weeks prior to the semester for which the waiver is being requested. Any request submitted after the commencement of classes for the requested semester may not be considered and will be subject to a $100 fine. Students should not assume their waivers have been approved unless they have been so informed in writing by the Office of Student Life. Approved off campus waivers are for the academic year. Approval for commuter status will result in a reduction of any institutional aid being received from the College to reflect the removal of room and board.
Students who are approved to live off campus will see a reduction in their institutional aid. This is to reflect the change in their bill. The follow reductions in institutional aid will be made for students approved to waive room and/or board:
- Commuter and no meal plan: 25% reduction
- Commuter with 5 meal plan: 25% reduction
- Commuter with at least 10 meal plan: 15% reduction
- Residential with no meal plan: 10% reduction
Due to concerns with the electrical systems causing fires, and in consultation with the local Fire Marshall, hover boards will not be permitted in any building on Georgetown College’s campus, including residence halls.
Students are responsible for their keys and access to their rooms. When a lockout occurs, the involved student should contact the roommate or a member of the residence life staff to assist in gaining access. A $5.00 service fee may be assessed if the need for such assistance becomes excessive. Lockouts become excessive after the first lockout.
When a room key is lost, the lock is changed for the protection of the student and his/her roommate. Locks on access doors to the private areas of the residence hall must similarly be changed when a student loses his/her access door key. Lock change charges are $50.00 for individual rooms. To request a new key for a room, please contact the Student Life Office.
All students are assigned an on-campus mailbox where they can receive mail, including packages. Mailboxes are located in the basement of the Cralle Student Center, in the same hallway as the Campus Post Office. Students who receive a package will be notified via e-mail and can pick up their package at the Post Office, where they will be required to show their GCard. The Post Office is open Monday through Friday from 8am – 5pm.
Modifications to Residence Hall Rooms
Any physical changes to a room (e.g., permanently installed hooks, painting) require prior approval. Paneling, wallpaper, border, and similar wall coverings violate local and state fire codes and are not permitted. Due to personal injury and liability and campus insurance limitations, loft or loft-like structures (this includes the use of cinder blocks to loft beds) and any other modifications to school furniture are not permitted at Georgetown College. Students may be allowed to use professionally manufactured bed risers/lifts to raise beds a maximum of 8 inches if they have permission from Residence Life. Residents may not hang beds from the residence hall ceilings or walls. Further, no modification to college issued furniture is permitted. Microwaves, computers, refrigerators and any other electrical appliances that produce heat cannot be stored under beds. Penetration of the ceiling is not permitted per state fire code.
Students are not permitted to paint rooms.
Opening and Closing of Residence Halls
Students are not normally permitted to return to campus prior to the dates announced in the College Bulletin and are to vacate their rooms according to announced closing dates. In those rare instances when a student must return early or stay past closing time, arrangements must be made in advance with the Director of Campus Life.. Students employed by the College and/or participating in College-sponsored activities (e.g., inter-collegiate sports) are to make necessary housing arrangements through the appropriate coach, sponsor, advisor, or supervisor.
If you have been the victim of physical assault, you may turn to any College official, your Area Coordinator, Resident Director, Resident Advisor, Campus Safety, or others for immediate assistance. You should contact local law enforcement authorities as soon as possible, and be aware of protecting any possible evidence or information.
Students are not permitted to display items that are obscene.
Public and Shared Spaces (Lounges, Kitchens, etc.)
Most residence halls have a variety of public and shared spaces, such as lounge areas, kitchens, study areas, and others. Residents are expected to remove garbage and any leftover food, dishes, and silverware that are used. Residents are expected to abide by community decisions regarding use of common area space. Hallways, lobbies and dens may not be used for storage of belongings for any length of time, even on a temporary basis. Objects left in public spaces may be confiscated by residence life staff. Housing provided furniture in kitchens, lounges, and hallways/lobby areas may not be removed from the public space.
City: The College has adopted the City Noise Ordinance, which prohibits Georgetown residents from making noise between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. (this includes “circling up”). Individuals in violation of this policy will be subject to the Student Life discipline procedure. Organizations in violation of this policy may be fined along with receiving other sanctions.
College: Students who reside in on campus should show consideration for other residents at all times. Normally, the hours between 10:00 p.m. and 10:00 a.m. are observed as quiet study hours, although individual residence halls may observe slightly different hours. The purpose of quiet hours is to give consideration to those who desire to sleep or study. Students who violate their halls quiet hours may be documented. Beginning on Reading Day and through Finals Week, quiet hours are enforced 24 hours a day.
Request for Service or Support Animal on Campus
As a general rule, animals are not permitted in residence halls and other facilities on Georgetown College campus. However, Georgetown College allows service animals and support animals on campus as permitted by the The American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA).
To qualify to have a service or support animal on campus, an individual must have a disability as defined by the ADA and the animal must serve a purpose such as be trained to do specific tasks for the qualified individual.
Service animals are defined as animals (mainly dogs) trained to do specific tasks for qualified persons with a disability as defined by the ADA. There are many types of service animals such as a guide dog for a person with visual impairments, a hearing dog for persons with hearing loss, a service dog who assists a person with mobility or health issues, a SSigDog who is trained to assist persons with Autism, seizure alert dogs trained for persons with seizure disorders, as well as a psychiatric service dog for persons with psychiatric and neurological disabilities. Service animals are allowed to accompany the qualified individual across various settings on campus such as residence halls, classroom buildings, the cafeteria, the LRC, etc.
A support animal is a dog or other common domestic animals that provides therapeutic support to persons with an identified disability. Support animals are only permitted on campus in the designated on campus housing assignment of the individual with need.
Procedures for approval of Service or Support Animals in the Residence Halls
A request to have a service or support animal in the residence halls is considered a request for an accommodation. When possible, please request the need for a service or support animal in writing 30 days prior to the desired move-in date. This allows us to best accommodate the student in need, the animal and the surrounding community. Requests should be sent to the Director of the Student Wellness Center and decisions will be made on a case-by-base basis. When it is not readily apparent that the animal is a service or support animal per ADA definitions, Georgetown College may require documentation to verify need and thereby make an accommodation. Requests must establish the individual experiences a documented disability or need and that the animal provides a related essential therapeutic benefit
Please provide the following documentation for request of a Service Animal:
- A letter explaining the task or function the animal has been trained to perform for individual identified with a disability.
- It is helpful to have description of dog (breed, age, name, etc.) for identification purposes.
Please provide the following documentation for request of Support Animal:
- A letter detailing the diagnosed disability with statement of regard as to how the service animal serves as an accommodation.
- The letter needs to be written by a medical physician or qualified, licensed therapist.
- It is helpful to have a description of the animal (type, name, color, etc.) for identification purposes.
Damages incurred by Support or Service Animal
The student, who is responsible for the Service or Support Animal, is also responsible for any damage that the animal may create. The damage of the animal will be assessed and assigned to the student’s account. The cleanliness and proper care of animal and its environment is the responsibility of the owner/student.
Responsibilities of Service or Support Animal Owners
- The owner/handler of a service or support animal shall abide by all state laws, local licensure and vaccination requirements.
- The care and supervision of the service or support animal is the responsibility of the owner/handler.
- The animal shall be harnessed, leashed or tethered when on campus in a public space unless the use of the harness, tether, or leash impairs the animal’s ability to assist the identified person.
- The owner/handler shall clean up all animal waste.
- Service or Support animals may not be left alone overnight in campus housing without their owner/handler.
- The owner/handler is responsible for the behavior of their animal. The owner/handler will be asked to remove the animal if it is disruptive (i.e. barking, wandering, displaying aggressive behavior), not housebroken, ill, or unsanitary.
- The Service or Support animal must be in the presence of the owner/handler when on campus.
Expectations of Faculty, Staff, Students and Other Georgetown College Members
- Service animals must be allowed access to classrooms, common areas, cafeteria, LRC, bookstore, etc. on Georgetown College campus.
- Please do not initiate contact with Service Animals unless allowed by their owner/handler.
- Please do not ask about the handler/owner’s disability or nature of the work of the Service or Support animal.
- As animals are not generally allowed on campus, staff may inquire if the animal is required for a disability or what task the animal provides for the owner.
- Please do not deliberately startle, tease, feed or distract the Service or Support Animal.
Residence Hall Code Violations
Compliance with the directions of College staff and officials is required. College staff and officials include, but are not necessarily limited to, Area Coordinators, Resident Directors and Advisors, and Campus Safety Officers.
Fire Extinguisher and Fire Alarms.
After discussions with the local Fire Chief and Fire Department, additional regulations were added to the Georgetown College Student Handbook. The violations can be divided up into the following three categories: criminal, code, and College violations. The policies listed in this section unless otherwise stated are to ensure compliance with KRS, and Life Codes adopted by the state. Anyone that is caught violating these will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law by the Fire Dept. Any indicated fines for violations that are not KRS or Life Code violations are established by the College and the Fire Dept does not enforce these regulations.
Students caught tampering with fire safety equipment or activating the fire systems will be subject to the College’s disciplinary process. The Fire Dept may also pursue criminal charges to the full extent of the law. It is important that everyone understand each time an alarm is activated, a report is given to the State Fire Marshal, and they may wish to pursue criminal charges themselves. Our intent is not to charge anyone; however, we must work to keep each and every person on campus as safe as possible and if charging someone is required, then we must do what is necessary to continue to keep all persons safe.
Criminal Violations (Misdemeanor or Felony charges)
Violations of the fire code in the residence halls include:
- Covering or removing smoke detectors that prevents activation.
- Pulling a fire alarm in a false and malicious manner or falsely reporting an incident.
- Dividing the room with anything that could impede the travel of smoke thus causing a delay in the activation of the smoke detector.
- Playing with or discharging a fire extinguisher in a non-emergency situation.
- Appliances with exposed heating elements: (i.e. hot plates/George Forman grilles/toasters/toaster ovens/coffee makers, etc.)
- Extension cords – (power strips with surge protectors are approved)
- Flammable material (i.e. paint, lighter fluid, gasoline, paint thinner, etc.)
- Blocked exits out of residence hall rooms, hallways, stairwells, or buildings
- Propped stairwell doors
- Items left in the hallways and stairwells
- Approved electrical appliances/devices placed beneath a bed
- Tampering or penetration of the surface of the ceiling
- Beds less than 36 inches from the ceiling
- Smoking in residence halls
- Candles in college buildings
College Policy Violations
- Halogen lights and portable heaters
- Use of non-college approved beds. Lofts and loft-like structures are not approved
- Candles, incense, lanterns or similar “open flame” receptacles
Fire Safety Inspections are completed monthly in the Residence Halls by Residence Life staff. Georgetown College or the appropriate authorities reserve the right to remove all potential fire hazards in any residence halls. It is our hope as that the College and community will work together to ensure that all of these regulations are enforced.
Insurance requirements and other safety regulations, as well as College policy, prohibit student access to roofs and the tops of entrance awnings.
Students are not permitted to use college facilities (including hooking hoses to housing units) for washing automobiles.
Residence Hall Maintenance
Routine maintenance requests (e.g., light bulbs, leaky faucets) should be made through the online maintenance request system which can be found on the https://my.georgetowncollege.edu/ICS/Campus_Life/Maintenance_Requests.jnz webpage. Genuine emergencies (e.g., broken water pipes) may be reported directly to the Student Life Office (8004), 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. or the Campus Safety Office (8111) nights and weekends.
Residence Hall Meetings
When a meeting is called in a residence hall, each resident is required to attend. Students prevented from attending are to inform the Resident Director in advance. Disciplinary sanctions may be imposed if a student fails to attend a meeting and has not been excused by the Resident Director. Hall meetings cannot be called without the permission of the Resident Director.
Residence Hall Visitation
Visitation in any residence hall by members of the opposite sex is limited to the public areas of the building and terminates with the closing of the men and women’s residence halls. Visitation in the private living areas of the residence halls is not permitted except during visitation periods consistent with the guidelines below. Opposite gender guests should use the appropriate bathrooms in the lobby. Violation of visitation policies may result in disciplinary action.
Visitors of the same sex are permitted to stay overnight for up to two consecutive nights and no more than 10 nights per semester. Visitors are expected to abide by the regulations of the College; violations may result in termination of the guests’ visits and possible disciplinary action against the host(s). Students with guest who exceed the number of days may be documented. Visitors of the opposite gender are not allowed to stay over-night and must follow the rules regarding opposite-sex visitation hours.
Students are not allowed to reside in another individual’s assigned residence.
Main Campus visitation: Knight, Anderson, Fraternity/Sorority Buildings, Flowers, Allen, Collier
Hours are as follows:
- Monday-Thursday 1:00 PM- Midnight
- Friday 1:00 PM-2:00 AM
- Saturday Noon-2:00 AM
- Sunday Noon- Midnight
Apartment Style Housing Visitation: East Campus, Rucker Village, Hambrick Village
Apartment Style Houisng residents may have 23 hour visitation. This visitation schedule allows residents to have visitors of any gender, 7 days a week with the exception of the hour 4am-5am. The purpose of this policy is to allow students to have the freedom to visit as they wish. However, this policy will not facilitate or enable cohabitation. Students are not allowed to reside in another individual’s assigned residence.
Residents of Rucker and Hambrick who do not have private rooms, must limit their opposite-gender visitors to the living room area of the townhouse between the hours below. Again, no opposite-gender guests are permitted anywhere in the residence between the hours of 4am-5am. East Campus, opposite-gender visitors are not limited to only the living room area. The reason for this distinction is all rooms on East are private, while most in Rucker/Hambrick are not.
Rucker/Hambrick opposite-gender guests are permitted only in the living room area during these visitation hours:
- Monday-Thursday 1:00 PM- Midnight
- Friday 1:00 PM-2:00 AM
- Saturday Noon-2:00 AM
- Sunday Noon- Midnight
- Mon-Sun: 4am-5am: No opposite-gender visitation
Room and Residence Hall Changes
Room assignment changes will not be made before the end of the fourth week of each semester. Exceptions may be made in cases of temporary assignments, changes necessary to avoid private room charges or other reasons deemed appropriate by the Director of Residence Life. Students may not change rooms except during designated room change periods. The dates in which students can change rooms will be determined and made known each semester. Changes between residence halls require the prior consent of the Residence Life Staff. If a change is granted, the room being vacated must first be inspected and the room key collected before any change may be finalized.
Every effort is made to accommodate individual preferences in making on-campus housing assignments (private rooms, specific residence halls, etc.). When competition exists for specific preferences, housing decisions are typically made based upon class standing (senior, junior, sophomore, and freshman), cumulative grade point average, and other relevant housing considerations (e.g. need for disability access).
East Campus Apartments, are open to sophomores and above. Students classified as a sophomore or junior must have a minimum 2.50 cumulative grade point average, to be eligible. Students who have senior status, as determined by the registrar, do not have a GPA requirement. Students with more than two Student Code of Conduct violations occurring within a year prior to residing on East may not be eligible for East Campus living. Likewise, students whose accountability history reaches this threshold while living on East, may no longer be eligible.
Hambrick Village or Rucker Village is open to all students, including incoming freshmen. Students with more than one Student Code of Conduct violation occurring within the past twelve months or a history of more than three violations may not be eligible to live in Hambrick Village or Rucker Village. Any subsequent Student Code of Conduct violations may result in immediate removal from the Hambrick Village or Rucker Village.
If a student’s housing assignment is not filled to capacity (and that student is not paying for a private room), Residence Life may assign another student to that space to fill the room to capacity. For example, if a group of only 4 students find themselves assigned to a 6 person townhouse, Residence Life may assign 2 more students to that townhouse even without the consent of the initial 4. As long as a student is eligible for a housing assignment, he/she may live there as long as space permits. Those students that reside in a housing assignment first do not have the ability to deny occupancy to other eligible students.
At an additional charge private rooms are available to students so long as space permits. When the demand for on-campus housing warrants, students initially assigned a private room may be required to accept a roommate. In such cases, forfeiture of private rooms is determined according to class standing and cumulative grade point average. Time of application may also be taken into account.
Students who find themselves without a roommate during the first 3 weeks of a semester will be offered the opportunity to continue living by themselves if the housing needs of the College are such as to allow private rooms. The cost of the private room will be prorated for the time remaining in the current term. Students not wishing to incur any private charges will agree to take a roommate into their room should the College’s housing needs necessitate such an assignment. 1/2 of the room must be kept empty so that a roommate could move in at any point. This means 1 closet, desk, bed and dresser should be free at all times.
Students who fail to find a roommate or accept a roommate as assigned by the Resident Director or the Director of Residence Life will be subject to the appropriate private room charge.
First-year students may not live in private rooms unless deemed medically necessary by the Student Wellness Center. After students have completed 2 semesters of full-time college coursework they are eligible to apply for private rooms.
Georgetown College has a limited number of rooms designed for one person. These rooms incur an additional per semester cost and are made available to students using the same housing guidelines. The single rooms are located in the Alpha Gamma Delta House and Knight Hall.
Residence Life may conduct a room consolidation process throughout the semester. Students who are living in a double room, but do not have a roommate may be asked to consolidate with another student from that same hall/floor. If space permits, students may be given the option to take the room as a private rather than consolidate.
Room Inspection or Search
The College reserves the right to enter any room, at any time, for the purpose of maintenance, health, and/or safety inspection, or other official business. The College also reserves the right to enter and conduct a search of any room if a violation of College regulations is suspected. When appropriate, during room inspections or searches, the College reserves the right to confiscate items found to be in violation of established policies and regulations (e.g., alcohol or other drugs). The student agrees to be bound by the inspection and search procedures of the college as they now exist or may be amended.
For the protection of the students, no one is permitted to solicit, trade, or sell anything in the residence halls or the Student Center. Credit card companies are strictly prohibited. Students approached by salesmen on campus or by telephone, should report such solicitations to the Resident Director or to Campus Safety. Campus organizations wishing to conduct fundraisers utilizing outside companies should seek approval from the Student Life office.
Student Code of Conduct
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When requested by a student, Georgetown College will activate a modular telephone jack in his/her residence hall room. Requests to activate the modular jack may be made to the Office of Student Life. For long distance, students may purchase cards in The Store.
Tobacco & Tobacco Products/Smoking
Georgetown College prohibits smoking in all indoor areas including residence hall rooms. In accordance with Georgetown City ordinance, smoking is prohibited within 30 feet of any public building entrance, window, or ventilation system.
Unescorted guests or strangers in the Residence Halls
Unescorted guests and strangers in the residence halls can pose a security risk to residents, and should be reported to campus safety. To help combat the presence of unescorted guests or strangers in the halls, students should never prop open external doors.
Withdrawal from housing
Students who withdraw or who are dismissed from the College terminate their housing contract and must vacate the residence hall within 24 to 48 hours. Upon checking out, each resident must turn in his/her room key to a member of the Residence Life Staff. The room being vacated must be inspected for damages and inventoried by a staff member before the resident can be considered officially checked out. Appropriate refund of the student’s lock and damage deposit will be made by the Business Office only after these conditions have been met. Failure to check out properly will result in an improper checkout charge.