Guide to Living in the Halls
Welcome to the Residence Halls!
By choosing to become a member of the Residence Hall Community, you have just opened the door to a world of new opportunities, challenges, and learning which will serve you well in all facets of your life!
We have put together the following Web pages to help you learn about your new living environment, understand the responsibilities of being a community member and answer any questions that you might have. We want your stay here to be wonderful and will make ever effort to make your hall your home.
Dear Community Member,
Your home is your
residence hall and it should provide you with an environment
in which you can be academically
successful. Your staff is talented, well trained
and committed to your success. You are
also a member of the Residence
a nationally recognized student organization
which provides leadership opportunities, educational
and social experiences, and invites you to participate
in the self governance of your community.
Responsibility of Residents
Living in residence halls is an extension of the classroom learning experience. Residence halls provide a unique opportunity to put citizenship development into practice. Part of being a member of a community means being afforded certain rights, such as the right to express one's uniqueness and individuality in a group setting. At the same time, being a member of the residence hall community means demonstrating a willingness to abide by community standards. We promote open expression of individuality and diversity within the bounds of courtesy, sensitivity, and respect. The residence halls at SDSU have policies and regulations that govern group living. By signing the Student Housing License Agreement, you agreed to abide by these community standards. Please read through all of the Terms & Conditions and Policies & Regulations for 2012-13 prior to move-in.
2012 Campus Fire Safety Annual Compliance Report