Policy Quiz August 2013

 
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My Name Is: _________________________________
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I live in _______________ Hall or Apartments.
Alcohol Policy: Students may use empty alcohol bottles for display, as long as they are not in windows.
Alcohol Policy: Alcohol may be consumed in the common area of the suite if everyone present is 21 years old or older.
Alcohol Policy: "Knowingly in the presence of alcohol" is a violation of the college's alcohol policy even if the student is off campus.
The following items are prohibited from the residence halls:
If a resident left their book in another resident's room, but the other resident is gone and the room is locked, you can allow the resident into his friend's room to get the book only.
A parent calls you and asks for details regarding a student conduct incident involving their son.
Can you discuss the incident?
Is the following situation a violation of the alcohol policy?
A 21 year old resident having a beer in his room with his 20 year old roommate present.
Is the following a violation of the alcohol policy?
A beer pong set-up (cups, ping pong balls) but no alcohol present.
Is the following a violation of alcohol policy?
A group of 21 year old residents of the Leadership House drinking in the living room of the house.
Is the following a violation of the alcohol policy?
A 19 year old resident returns to the building stumbling, having difficulty walking, and smelling of alcohol. The resident also has bloodshot eyes.
When confiscating and disposing of alcohol from a room, the following should be done:
On your rounds, you found a small bag of marijuana on the floor in the hallway. You should:
Check the following that are violations of the noise policy:
If a resident wants their 16 year old brother to visit for the weekend, they need special permission from the RHD.
You discover on your nightly rounds that someone has written "God Hates Fags" on one of the bulletin boards in your building.
You Should:
Rough-housing is not allowed in college residence halls. Rough-housing consists of wrestling, boxing, ball-playing, etc.
Why?
Is this a violation of residence hall/campus policy?
Students distributing flyers for off-campus businesses on bulletin boards, doors, etc.
A couple of students are having loud sex in a room on your floor. Several residents are complaining to you, and another group is standing in the hallway, laughing.
Is there a policy violation?
The following are policy violations:
You are on duty and you don't recognize a student coming into the building holding up a female resident who appears to be intoxicated and unable to walk on her own. What should you do? Check all that apply.
What steps should you take if you notice that a resident, who is normally very social and interacting with students, suddenly becomes reserved, spends most of his time alone, and isn't interacting anymore?
According to fire policy, what is the max number of students allowed in a double occupancy room at one time?
If you are serving on back-up duty on Friday night, are you required to be in the building after RA office hours are over?
If you are on back-up duty on a Friday night, are you required to be in the building during RA office hours?
You have a male occupied double room on your floor. One roommate is 21, and the other is 19.
Who can be drinking in the room if they are both present?
If the 21 year old and a friend are drinking in the same room, can the 19 year old be present without violating the alcohol policy?
You have a female resident suite on your floor. 3 of the residents are 21, and 3 are under 21.
Can the 3 residents who are 21 years old drink in the common room without violating alcohol policy?
If the 21 year old residents of the suite invite other legal-age students over to drink, is that a violation of alcohol policy if a 19 year old resident of the same suite is present in the common room, but not drinking?
In which of the following scenarios is it appropriate to key into a resident room by yourself?
What kind of behaviors may constitute sexual harassment?
Where is it appropriate for students to smoke/chew tobacco on campus?
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