Posted: 10:25 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014
UD Housing and Residence Life
Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 5:29 PM
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, our goal is to ensure that you – and all UD students – stay safe and healthy. To do your part in keeping our community strong, we encourage you to make good decisions and consider the potential consequences of your actions. Remember, the choices you make reflect on not only your reputation, but also that of the University, which can ultimately affect the value of your degree.
To help you have a safe weekend and ensure our community continues to be one we are all proud of, we encourage you to:
• Act responsibly. Follow the policies in the student handbook (go.udayton.edu/studenthandbook), including carrying your University ID card at all times, respecting building occupancy limits and making responsible decisions related to alcohol.
• Treat yourself and others with respect. Sexual assaults, physical assaults, vandalism, destruction of property and other violations of our community standards will not be tolerated. If you observe behavior that’s dangerous or concerning, say something – or contact public safety for assistance.
• Follow the law. Behaviors that violate Ohio law, the University’s alcohol policy and/or our community standards can result in criminal charges, fines, educational programs, disciplinary probation or suspension. Loss of your merit scholarships can also result from your first violation.
Please be aware that the guest policy will be fully enforced during the holiday weekend. Should you host guests, you will be held responsible for their actions and could face disciplinary action as a result of their poor conduct.
Everyone at the University is committed to your health and safety and to ensuring that the University’s reputation and the value of your degree continue to remain high. Please make sure you are doing your part, too.
William M. Fischer, J.D. Christine Schramm
Vice President for Student Development Associate Vice President for Student Development
and Dean of Students