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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA RESIDENCE HALLS
The welfare of all students living in the dormitories, the students' residence for nine months,
makes it incumbent on each individual to observe those generally accepted principles of proper
group and individual conduct.
Those University Rules land Regulations affecting student relationships and conduct are
the Dormitory Regulations. Each student is responsible for being familiar with the University
Student Regulations and for the observance of them.
The following represent a general statement of policy concerning dormitory conduct:
1. Any Conduct or Actions Detrimental to the Welfare of the Students and to the University shall
be deemed Contrary to Dormitory Policy.
2. Quiet Hours from 7:00 P. M. to 8:00 A. M. Daily except Saturday. Unwarranted Disturbance,
Rough Housing, and Excessive Noise are Prohibited at All Times. All Radios should be kept
away from Windows and are to be Operated Always at Low Volume.
Practice Hours for Student Musicians are from 12:00 P. M. to 2:00 P. M. and 5:00 P. M. to a
7:00 P. M. The University Auditorium should be used at Other Times. Special Hours during
Examination Periods will be observed.
3. Room Cleanliness and Care: Each Student is to Keep His Room in Order; to utilize the Proper
Receptacles for Waste Paper, Trash, etc; and is to refrain from Altering or Marringl Equipment
or Walls in any manner.
4. On Questions concerning Room Contract, Cash Deposit or Costs for Extra Appliances confer with
Office of the Director of Residence. The Amount of any Damages in Room or Section will be de-
\ducted from the Student's Room Reservation Fee unless paid for otherwise.
6. The University reserves the right for its Authorized Agents to Enter and Inspect Dormitory
Rooms at any time.
7. Students' Mothers and Sisters may visit Dormitory Rooms after Written Permits have been se-
cured from the Office of the Director of Residence. These Permits will be issued only during
Morning and Afternoon Hours.
8. In order to protect Students and Dormitories from Pilfering and Petty Thievery, Residents should
keep Doors locked at all times. Valuables such as Money, Watches and Jewelry, should be prop-
erly safeguarded, and never left carelessly in any room.
9. All Athletic Activities, including Diamond Ball, Baseball, Touch Football, etc., are Restricted
from the Dormitory Area. Athletic Fields are to be used for these purposes.
The Dormitories are under the supervision of the Director of Residence. Each Section is in
charge of a Student Monitor. Questions concerning Student Life and Dormitory Policy will be
answered by the Director or by the Section Monitor, each of whom is authorized to administer
STUDENT PRIVILEGES ARE BASED ON INDIVIDUAL ACCEPTANCE OF
RESPONSIBILITIES. THESE STATEMENTS OF POLICY ARE FOR YOUR
CONVENIENCE; YOUR COOPERATION IN THEIR OBSERVANCE IS