My contract ends on April 30th, 2016
My contract ends 24 hours after my last scheduled exam or academic commitment in April, or the last day of exams in April, whichever comes first.
My contract ends on whichever day in April that I choose to move out.
Talk to their roommate first to attempt to solve the problem. If the problem is not resolved they should contact their Resident Assistant or the Residence Office to help them to resolve the issue.
They should write notes to their roommates, explaining their concerns.
They should ignore their roommates and try to deal with their issues alone.
A warning without further discipline.
Nothing. Smoking is allowed in Residence.
A $200 fine for a first offense, followed by a $300 fine for a second offense, eviction for the 3rd offense
A warning followed by a $100 fine
Call the RA who will contact the student making the noise and ask them to lower their volume.
Contact the Residence office to report the disturbance.
Inform the Residence Commissionaire, who will help find a positive solution to the problem.
All of the above.
Each student in the apartment will receive a $100 fine
Each student in the apartment will be required to attend a fire safety information session. If they don't attend the session they will receive a fine
The students will get a warning from the office, and will be required to remove the bag from the smoke detector
The students will be immediately evicted from residence
The student will be given the opportunity to remove the illegal drugs from the residence room. They will be required to attend a drug awareness session and submit an essay to the residence office about what they learned.
The bedroom will be searched. If drugs are found, they will be confiscated and disposed of by Campus Security. The student will receive a $200 fine, and will be required to attend a drug awareness session
The student will be immediately evicted from residence
The student's bedroom will be searched without prior notice, the Regina City Police will be contacted, and if drugs are found, the student will be immediately evicted from Residence
3 a.m. every night
2 a.m. every night
3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday and 1 a.m. on Sunday to Thursday
2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday and 12 a.m. on Sunday to Thursday
Monday- Thursday 12AM-7AM Friday and Saturday 2AM-9AM
Sunday- Thursday 11PM-7AM Friday and Saturday 1AM-8AM
Monday-Friday 11PM-7AM Saturday and Sunday 2AM-8AM
Yes, they can allow their relatives to use their keys, but not their friends
Yes, but only if the person they give their keys to is also a resident
No, only the student that is assigned to the Residence keys can be in possession of their Residence keys
Yes, but only if the person they give their keys to is responsible.
The RCC is a group of staff members who regularly discuss residence community issues
The RCC is a council of past residents who advise the office on policy decisions
The RCC is a volunteer organization that is open to all students living in the University of Regina Residences.
By Downloading the "Residence Services" App, free from the App store. The app pushes notifications about events to students, and contains a wide variety of information about Residence programs and services.
By looking for posters advertising each program. Posters can be found on the bulletin boards displayed in each Residence building.
By asking a Resident Assistant or inquiring at the Residence office.
All of the above.