Living in a residence hall at University of Jamestown is a part of the educational experience of the student and is therefore a required experience for entering students during their first, second and third academic years at University of Jamestown.
The residence halls, through participation by the residents, provide educational, cultural and recreational programs that become an integral part of the holistic education of a student. The residents themselves, however, bear the responsibility for developing and maintaining a community atmosphere. The residence halls also contribute to the development of skills in interpersonal relationships through the opportunity to live with others of differing backgrounds, ideas and values. Housing is made available to students of University of Jamestown without regard to race, color, religion, country of national origin, sexual orientation or handicap. The following provisions become a part of every contract for the use of residence facilities of University of Jamestown (hereinafter the “University”), whether that contract is in writing or not. All residents are required to abide, and are bound by, these provisions.Full Document:Rights and Responsibilities
University of Jamestown reserves the right to make changes and update Rights and Responsibilities at anytime without prior notification.