G. Entry into Residential Rooms

 

1. Emergency Entry

The Department of Public Safety is authorized to enter a student's room in the event of emergency circumstances, such as fire, fire alarm, fire drill, an immediate threat to life, a call for help, or what reasonably seems to be a dangerous situation. If time permits the Department of Public Safety should first seek authorization from the dean of the College or the Commons dean before entering a student room to deal with an emergency. (See Special Room Inspection, 5. below.)

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)

TouchPad Information

Below is a list of Middlebury College residence halls which are programmed with TouchPad code door locks:

  • Allen Hall
  • Battell Hall
  • Chateau
  • Coffrin Hall
  • Forest Hall
  • 51 Franklin Street
  • Gifford Hall
  • Hepburn Hall
  • 70 Hillcrest Road

TouchPad Information

Below is a list of Middlebury College residence halls which are programmed with TouchPad code door locks:

  • Allen Hall
  • Battell Hall
  • Chateau
  • Coffrin Hall
  • Forest Hall
  • 51 Franklin Street
  • Gifford Hall
  • Hepburn Hall
  • 70 Hillcrest Road