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As a member of the ASU residential community, you play an active role in helping to create a safe and inclusive community.
All residents are expected to contribute to the community and adhere to the following:
Attend and actively participate in floor meetings, hall programs, and community development activities.
As a resident, you are responsible for reviewing the University Housing policies handbook and Student Code of Conduct. The handbook contains University Housing policies developed to maximize your learning experience. All residents are responsible for reviewing policies on their own. Direct all questions to your hall staff.
One of the primary and most dynamic residence hall relationships exists between roommates. This relationship will require personal adjustments in learning to live with another person in a limited space. You and your roommate are responsible for resolving conflict that arises. Remember, a good roommate relationship needs continual attention and care. Key components to a successful roommate relationship are:
All roommates are expected to complete and revise as necessary, a Roommate Agreement available from your Community Assistant/Community Mentor. Situations in which conflict resolution attempts have been unsuccessful may require participation in mediation, specifically if you are requesting a room transfer/change.
If you are struggling with communication or relationship issues with fellow residents, please alert the hall staff. There are several options that may support you. If at any point mediation attempts have failed and all parties involved fail to come to a compromise, University Housing staff reserves the right to relocate ALL occupants.
General and pertinent information about residence hall conditions may be shared with University Housing staff.
The purpose of the residence halls is to offer a living environment focused on achievement, engagement and responsibility. The living community is an integral part of the educational experience at Arizona State University and can offer a program that can be socially, personally, culturally, and educationally enriching for all residents.
Review the ASU Student Code of Conduct and learn more about how the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities supports a safe and inclusive environment for you and your peers.