Keystone College Policies


Residence Hall Visitation Policy and Procedure

Current Resident or Commuter Student Visitors

Any person who is a currently registered student at Keystone College (either resident or commuter) may have open visitation in the residence halls. They must be accompanied by their resident host at all times while within the residence hall. Resident students have unlimited visitation in the other buildings.

Non-resident visitors have limited visitation as outlined below:

For guests visiting Upperclassmen students:

For guests visiting Freshmen / First Year Experience students:

Family / Friends / Non-Keystone Student Visitors

Any person who is not a currently registered student at Keystone College (16 years or older) must be signed in at all times and accompanied by their resident host while visiting the residence halls. For visitors under the age of 16, see the Minors Residence Hall Visitation Policy. The resident student host must go to the Campus Community Center to obtain a visitor’s pass and be signed into the building.

Non-Keystone College visitors have limited visitation as outlined below for upperclassmen and freshmen:

For guests visiting Upperclassmen students:

For guests visiting Freshmen / First Year Experience students:

*** Valid reasons include weather hazards, bad driving conditions, sick, personal crisis, family emergency, etc.

All Non-Students and Keystone College non-resident students who stay overnight will be issued an official Keystone College visitors pass which the visitor must have in their possession at all times while visiting the campus. The Residence Life staff and the Office of Campus Safety reserve the right to decline overnight visitation or ask visitors to leave the residence halls. All visitors to the residence
halls must adhere to all of the policies as outlined in the Student Handbook. Failure to follow College policies or sign into the residence halls under the terms listed above will result in fines and loss of privileges for the host resident student and their visitor.

Minors Residence Hall Visitation Policy and Procedure

Minors:
Any person under the age of 16 years old. Minors are not permitted in any residence hall unless they are a relative of the resident student or participating in a college—sponsored event or visitation is approved through the Office of Residence Life.

Daytime Visitation

Overnight Visitation

Any related or unrelated minor must meet the following conditions to stay overnight in the residence halls regardless of participation in a college-sponsored event:

  1. The minor must be invited by the host resident student
  2. Prior to signing in, minor must provide a signed parent/guardian liability release and medical permission form to the Campus Community Center and given approval from one of the Assistant Directors of Residence Life.


(08/20/12)

Contact Information

Office of Residence Life
Phone: 570-945-8271
Email: residencelife@keystone.edu

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