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Visitation Policy

Resident students are permitted to have guests during the following times:

Sunday – Thursday       10:00 AM to Midnight
Friday & Saturday          10:00 AM to 2:00 AM

Overnight guests are permitted, with the consent of all roommates, only on Friday and Saturday nights. Overnight guests are defined as any individual (student or non-student) who is not the assigned and designated resident of a residence hall room by Robert Morris University. All overnight guests must be registered with the Office of Residence Life by 4:00 PM on Fridays. Only registered guests who present an approved overnight guest form to Public Safety will be able to register their vehicles for overnight parking. Forms may be obtained in the Office of Residence Life and must be signed by all room occupants. All overnight guests must be at least 18 years of age.

All guests of RMU students must be escorted by their hosts at all times. It is the responsibility of the host student to ensure that their guests abide by all Residence Life and University policies. The host student assumes full responsibility for their guest’s actions. Any violation of policy may result in the guest being asked to leave the campus immediately, the guest being barred from future visits to campus, and the host being processed through the University Student Conduct Process.

In general, the residence halls are not an appropriate environment for minors (with the exception of special circumstances such as recruiting and “Little Sibs Weekend”); any minor guests of resident students must be registered in accordance with Residence Life guidelines. In no circumstances may resident students “babysit” minors in their rooms.