K. Noise Issues

 

Middlebury College seeks to promote the quiet, comfort, and health of the College community and residents of the town of Middlebury. Students should neither cause nor condone excessive amounts of noise, but should strive to be considerate and respectful of others.

The following guidelines have been adopted to ensure that Middlebury students respect the peace and safety of their neighbors, inside and outside the premises of the College.

1. Education

J. College Storage Policies and Procedures

1. Storage during the regular academic year for students enrolled in the undergraduate College:

a. Regular dormitory storage (trunks, suitcases, boxed items).

i. Resident assistants in each dormitory have keys to the storage areas and will give residents access upon request.

ii. At the end of the school year, Facilities Services staff will clean out these storage areas and will dispose of any items not removed by students.

I. Room Change Policy

 

At Middlebury College, we base our residential system on the principle of community living. We value the benefits and challenges of learning to live with other people. By interacting with people of different backgrounds and interest, community members form rich relationships. A residential community of roommates, hall mates, and friends prepares students to be involved in local, national, and international communities and to face the challenges of difference in a diverse world.

F. Residence Hall Regulations

 

1. All students are required to live on campus unless given permission by the Office of the Dean of the College to live elsewhere.

2. The Office of the Dean of the College makes all first-year student room assignments and supervises room draw for enrolled students and all other room assignments. Switching rooms and keys or changing residences without authorization may result in disciplinary action. (See I. Room Change Policy)