Live and Learn on Campus
Living on campus means you’ll be part of the Post family. You’ll not only meet new roommates and friends, but there’s also a whole community of people here to help you get adjusted to campus life.
Post University’s Office of Residence Life is focused on creating a strong and involved community of learners. By living on campus, it is our sincere hope that students will fully embrace their development inside and outside the classroom. Living in a community can come with unique challenges, but amazing rewards of friendship, growth, and connection. The Office of Residence Life seeks to help students reach their full potential, by striving to foster a healthy and safe living learning community. The Office of Residence Life embraces diversity and promotes its vision through individual enrichment and leadership development opportunities. The Office of Residence Life is located on the lower level of the Leever Student Center.
Professional Staff; Community Directors (CD’s) and Community Assistants (CA’s) live in and oversee all six of our residence halls in order to ensure the safety and well-being of all residents. There is a professional staff member on call 24/7, in conjunction with campus security, to ensure that this safety and security is maintained at all times.
Additionally, Resident Assistants (RA’s) live in the halls in order to encourage positive social interaction and enhance students’ co-curricular learning. RA’s are responsible for enforcing policies, acting as a resource and referral agent, and planning and implementing purposeful programming for the residents in their area.
Residence Hall Guest Policy
Post University does not permit residents to host outside guests in the residence halls. Only other vaccinated Resident and Commuter Students are allowed as guests in the Residence Halls. This includes overnight stays. No other visitors, or guests of any kind are allowed in the Residence Halls. Residents are strongly encouraged to communicate with their roommate(s) prior to hosting guests. Post University reserves the right to refuse guest entry and revoke guest privileges for a residence hall, specific floor, and/or individuals at any time. Residents and Commuters who remain in another resident’s room after 12 a.m. are considered overnight guests and the following requirements must be honored:
- Residents may not have an overnight guest for more than three nights in a seven-day period. In addition, residents may host overnight guests no more than six nights per calendar month.
- Hosts must always accompany guests.
- Residents are responsible for the actions of their guest(s) on campus.
- There is a no guest policy in effect during 24-hour quiet hours (this includes, but is not limited to, final examinations and all Post University academic breaks). Students who do not comply will be subject to disciplinary action, which may include removal from housing.
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