Article V - Housing and Living Groups
- The internal regulation of residence halls shall primarily be the responsibility of the individual living-group organization. Such regulations must conform to the Statement of Student Rights; violations of those regulations may also be violations of this code.
- Living groups may also set internal regulations governing hours and areas of public access provided that such regulations do not condone the violation of a student‟s right to privacy in his or her own rented space.
- UI dwellings are regulated only by this code and the housing contract. Provisions of the housing contract may not violate the Statement of Student Rights or the stipulations of this code. [It must be recognized, nonetheless, that UI dwellings are also regulated by applicable municipal, state, and federal laws and regulations.]
- Sanctions available to the living groups range from warning through probation. In addition, fines not in excess of $200 and/or restitution for damage or loss may be levied. Sanctions affecting the student‟s residence in UI housing may also be imposed as outlined in Article XI.