Policies and Procedures
All traditional undergraduate students must reside in University residence halls unless they make their home with their parents/legal guardian in their permanent residence within a 35-mile radius of the University. If primary residence changes during enrollment as an undergraduate and a student no longer meets the requirements as stated above, they will then be required to move into campus housing.
Students who are married or have custodial children residing with them may live off campus but must submit in writing a statement to that effect to the Dean of Community Life.
Roommate assignments are based on the information you provide Student Development and Success through the Roommate Preference Information Form when you enroll. Every effort is made to place students together with compatible roommates who share common interests. However, each student is unique and each roommate relationship requires patience, communication, and compromise. It is important to be honest when completing the Roommate Preference Information, as this is the information that will be used to determine who your new roommate will be. Be sure that you specify which areas of interest are important to you.
Converse University Residential Community Contract
Converse University has a strong honor tradition and history. The residential communities are designed to uphold and actively live this honor tradition. The Honor Tradition clearly states “This tradition encompasses all areas of student life and is built on mutual trust and responsibility.” This document outlines the rights and responsibilities accepted by all members of the Converse community. The residential community includes residence halls, classrooms, and dining hall facilities.
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- Pet Policy
- Student Conduct
- Smoking and Tobacco
- Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Student Handbook
The best part of living here is being part of the community and growing close to it.