Residence Hall Procedures
- Lost Keys
- Meal Plans
- Prohibited Items
- Quiet Hours/Courtesy Hours
- Room Moves
- Visitation Policy
Carry your keys at all times!
To receive assistance, you can contact the Campus Housing Staff Member On-Call at 202-657-1295 or the Department of Public Safety (DPS) by calling 202-884-9111. A Campus Housing Staff person will re-open the room within a reasonable period of time.
As stated in the Housing Agreement, a Resident may not engage a locksmith service to open or change her locks.
Lost keys must be reported to Campus Housing immediately. If a Resident loses her keys, the student will incur a $65 charge that will be added to her student account.
In order to change your meal plan, residents must contact Campus Housing at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 4, 2015.
Note: First year students must remain on the 19 meal plan.
The following items are strictly prohibited in student rooms as a matter of health and fire safety:
A. Candles, oil lamps or open flame of any kind
B. Halogen Lamps
D. Hot plates, coils, or cooking equipment
E. Microwave ovens
F. Portable Heaters
G. Irons (may only be used in laundry rooms)
H. Air Conditioners not provided by Trinity
I. Fireworks or sparklers
J. Any form of smoking devices
K. Guns, gun paraphernalia, or weapons of any kind
L. Explosive devices or components
M. Pets or animals of any kind
N. Holiday lights
There are 24 hour courtesy hours in effect in the Residence Halls. Additionally, quiet hours are enforced daily from 10:00 pm – 10:00 am. During finals week, quiet hours are maintained 24 hours a day. Specific dates will be communicated to Residents by Campus Housing Staff.
Residents are prohibited from switching rooms with one another or move from room to room without permission from the Campus Housing.
If you are having roommate concerns, see your Resident Coordinator. Getting acquainted to someone you don’t know is an achievable challenge if both residents are willing, flexible and ready to compromise. A Roommate Agreement and a commitment to keep the lines of communication open will help to mitigate concerns.
Students are responsible for the conduct of their guests and students guests must be escorted at all times while on Trinity property.
All guests must be registered with the Department of Public Safety. In order to register, the guest must have a valid Trinity ID, state ID, passport or valid/up to date College/University ID. All guests must be age 18 or older.
Residents may not register more than two guests at one time.
For more detailed information, please refer to the Housing Agreement.