Thank you for registering your guest. Please take a moment to review our guest policy as written in the on-line "Guide to Campus Living," which is accessible at http://manoa.hawaii.edu/housing/guide:
13. Guests and Visitation Policy
A guest is defined as a person other than the registered occupants of that particular residence hall room/apartment. Occupants are allowed to host guests in their rooms so long as they have the permission of their roommate(s). Violating a roommate’s right of entry or hindering a roommate’s ability to study and/or sleep within their room is considered a violation of guest privileges. Guests will be held responsible for following all Student Housing policies and any applicable Community or Roommate Agreements on file with a Student Housing Services staff member.
A. Host Responsibility: Hosts must escort guests at all times while guests are on housing premises and are responsible and accountable for the behavior of their guests. All conduct matters concerning a non-resident student of the University will be forwarded to the Office of Judicial Affairs.
B. Overnight Guests: Residents are permitted to have guests in rooms overnight as long as the roommate has given permission. Overnight guests must be registered on line at www.surveymonkey.com/uhguest. The maximum guest stay is 72 hours (3 consecutive nights) and a resident may have guests a maximum of ten (10) nights per semester whether or not there is a vacant bedspace in the room/apartment.. Resident hosts will be held accountable for any policy violations committed by guests. Student Housing reserves the right to require any guests who cause a community disruption to immediately leave campus.
C. Cohabitation: Cohabitation is not allowed in the residence halls and apartments. Cohabitation is defined as a person using a room or apartment as if that person were living in the room, but not actually being assigned as a resident of that room. Examples of this may include, but are not limited to, keeping clothing and other personal belongings in the room, sleeping overnight in the room on a regular basis and using the bathroom and shower facilities as if they were living in that room.
D. Subletting: per housing assignment policies and contracts, subletting is strictly prohibited.