Leveraging the people and places of Boston for inspiration, students in the English Department's "Ethics in Documentary Film" course grapple with the challenges and questions raised by creative work.
Guest Visitation Policy
The Residence Hall Guest Visitation Policy is designed to balance the needs and interests of all members of the residence community while supporting residence hall safety, resident comfort, student development, academic achievement, and campus community. Regular visitation hours establish regular parameters within which students can visit with friends and family while maintaining a living environment conducive to privacy, sleep and study. After hours/overnight visitation hours recognize that late-night socializing is an important part of developing community, and that students frequently study into the early morning hours in groups in the residence halls. Finally, the College recognizes that hosting family and friends strengthens long-distance relationships. It is important to emphasize that as a Catholic College, Emmanuel does not condone sexual activity in the residence halls and strives to endow students with the tools, knowledge and resources to behave in a moral, ethical and respectful manner at all times. Further, Emmanuel is committed to supporting resident student rights to privacy, sleep and study. When roommates cannot agree, the right of the roommate to occupy her/his room has priority over the right of the roommate to have an afterhours/overnight guest. Students are expected to bring any problems or concerns to the Residence Life staff. Students who are uncooperative with their roommate, or who violate the guest policy can expect to have their guest privileges and residency reviewed and potentially revoked. In an effort to support first year students during their transition and to comply with the educational mandate set forth by Title IX Legislation, the Department of Residence Life and Housing engages first year students in conversations, workshops and on-line education on topics relevant to student safety, residence hall living, and academic success. Prior to hosting after hours/ overnight guests, resident students must complete this training. Students who complete this training may begin to host guests the Friday night after the first full week of classes.
Regular visitation is defined as: 8:00-Midnight, Sunday-Thursday
8:00 a.m.- 2:00 a.m., Friday and Saturday.
During Regular Visitation Hours Emmanuel students:
After Hours/Overnight Visitation
After hours/overnight visitation is defined as: Midnight-8:00 a.m. Sunday-Thursday
2:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday.
Emmanuel students who wish to stay after hours or as an overnight guest of another Emmanuel student:
Resident requirements for hosting non-Emmanuel guests
Quiet Hours begin at 11:00 p.m. on every floor on nights when there are classes the following day and are in effect until 8:00 a.m. the following morning. Quiet hours begin at 1:00 a.m. on every floor on nights when there are no classes scheduled the following day and are in effect until 9:00 a.m. the next morning. Quiet hours are strictly enforced. Courtesy Hours are in effect throughout the building 24 hours a day. Courtesy Hours entail the expectation that residents will lower their volume or that of their music or television at the request of another resident. During final examinations, 24-Hour Quiet Hours are in effect and remain so until the close of the residence halls. Specifics for the start of 24-Hour Quiet Hours will be publicized by the Office of Residence Life and Housing prior to the end of classes.
Businesses of any kind are not allowed to be operated out of the residence halls including such ventures as babysitting/child care services, sales, haircutting, etc. Residence hall room numbers should not be included in any advertisement for sales/solicitation. Bulletin boards should not be used. Advertisement and related materials of any kind should not be slipped under resident doors or left in common areas. Outside businesses are not allowed to hold promotional events or hand out samples and/or advertisements on campus without the permission of the Dean of Students.