Rules and Guidelines
For participants 18 years and younger, we require a minimum of 1 adult chaperone for every 6-10 youth. A successful conference depends on the quality of adult supervision for the group. Listed below are some guidelines that will help in chaperoning:
- One adult chaperone for every 6-10, 18 and under youths.
- Represent your organization well. Please set an example of both standards and attitudes that will be inspiring for your participants.
- Meet with your participants to determine conduct and dress standards for your event.
- Chaperones should inspect residence hall rooms prior to checking in and notify Conference Staff of any damages.
- At least one chaperone should go through the halls before each activity to give directions to late starters and to avoid leaving anyone in the halls during an activity.
- Attending all activities and joining in the fun promotes friendship with your participants and provides opportunities for teaching moments. Be sure all of your assigned participants are present for each activity.
- Supervision is required anytime youth are in the residence halls. Please have a contingency plan in place for supervising any ill, injured, or uninterested persons who may not be taking part in the rest of the group’s activities.
- Chaperones are responsible for making sure all participants are in the building before lockdown times. Please be sure to account for each participant before going to bed.
The University of Idaho Summer Conference program expects that all participants will conduct themselves in an upstanding and appropriate manner. The guidelines offered below are to ensure that all participants enjoy and benefit from their stay. Actions that jeopardize this right for others will not be tolerated. The University exercises the right to dismiss individuals or groups who violate the rules and policies governing the Summer Conference program.
University Housing Rules and Regulations
- Vandalism to any of the facilities will result in assessment of damage charges to the conference. Individuals found to be responsible for damages may be dismissed from the residence halls.
- For safety and administrative purposes, participants are not allowed to trade rooms after check-in and key acceptance.
- Quiet hours are in effect from 11pm to 7am. Groups should be mindful of noise that could carry beyond their area.
- No water or water balloon fights.
- Fireworks are not allowed on campus. Individuals in possession of fireworks will be immediately removed from the residence halls.
- Window screens are not to be removed. Throwing objects out of windows is strictly prohibited. These actions will result in a fine and possible removal from the residence halls.
- Abusive language will not be tolerated.
- No alcohol, smoking, drugs, or pets are allowed in the residence halls. These actions will result in removal from the residence halls.
- Gambling of any kind is strictly prohibited.
- No weapons of any kind are allowed on campus.
- Do not remove or rearrange furniture in the rooms and lounges.
- Prior to check-out, all garbage must be placed in provided plastic bags and taken downstairs to the dumpster.
- Misuse of elevators is not permitted. Do not force open doors, damage elevators, or make false emergency calls.
- Participants are only allowed on the residence hall floors reserved specifically for their group.