By registering to stay, I UNDERSTAND and WILL COMPLY with the following expectations:
- All University-managed residents, wishing to stay during the recognized break period, must communicate their intentions. Completing the ON-LINE registration form will provide uninterrupted ID card access (where applicable) and will provide Campus Police with a record of your continued presence.
- I understand that if I plan to stay in my assigned room/apartment during the break period, my name must be included on a "registered to stay" report that RCL provides to Campus Police. I will assist in helping to communicate this requirement to other residents living within my room/suite/apartment. Furthermore, while on university property, I agree to carry a photo ID and will present it at the request of any Longwood University official.
- I am responsible for my personal actions and campus property during this break period. I understand that the Honor Code and all other campus policies remain in effect and that any violations will result in student conduct action.
- I understand that this arrangement with Residential & Commuter Life and Longwood University is for my personal accommodations ONLY. I will NOT allow guests to visit/stay during the break.
- I understand that all residence halls will remain LOCKED (24-hours/day) during the break and that my ID card will still operate primary/centrally located card readers.
- I understand that I may use my meal plan bonus dollars or Lancer Ca$h at Chick-fil-A. I also am aware of the following schedule as published by Longwood Dining Services: Thursday, Feb 28: Outta Here closes at 2:00pm. Friday, March 1: Dorrill Dining Hall, Lancer Café, and Java City close at 2:00pm; Moe's closes at 7:00pm. Dorrill Dining Hall, Lancer Cafe, and Moe's open at 5:00 pm on Sunday, March 10. For more information, click www.Longwood.CampusDish.com.
- I understand that all students should continue practicing personal safety habits during the break. I should always be aware of my campus and community surroundings.
- I know that I can contact Campus Police at 434.395.2091 or 911 if I have an emergency or if I need general assistance. If I see something, I will say something – thereby calling Campus Police right away to report a suspicious or concerning activity.
- I understand that residence hall room and apartment entry may be necessary during the break period in order to facilitate preventive maintenance tasks (AC filter changes, etc.), general work orders or safety inspections. Special work projects will be directly communicated to impacted residents/buildings.