Eponinee wrote:edgarderby wrote:twn wrote:Current students... anyone know how strictly the following rule from the Fischer Handbook is enforced?? Curious b/c I will be in a long distance relationship and while the SO is not planning on visiting that frequently, it'd be nice to not have to worry about the 10 nights total rule.
Overnight guests are permitted but must comply with the following rules. Overnight guests may stay in a resident’s apartment a maximum of four consecutive nights. Overnight guests may stay a total of ten nights during the academic year. Overnight guests must register with the FOG rector by completing a Guest Form. Guest Forms can be picked up in the Community Center office and returned to the office when filled out. Residents are responsible for the conduct of their guests. Consult the Parking section for information about parking for guest vehicles.
My girlfriend stayed at my apartment 2-3 days a week the entire year.
Literally, there have been 50+ people parties throughout the night, and I've not heard of a single person getting in trouble ever. I have never heard of any rules being enforced ever, and for some (the don't leave your trash outside your door rule...ugh) I really wish they would.
Do you think I would be able to get away with switching out the little twin bed with a full or queen bed?
I wanted to live off campus mainly because I cannot deal with sleeping in a twin. I have a significant other also, who will be visiting me.
You would probably be able to get away with it (I saw someone switching out ALL their furniture during move-in). The room would be pretty cramped, though - you might not be able to fit all the other pieces of furniture in there if you did that (but then if you're storing the twin bed anyway, it wouldn't be too much more trouble to store the desk or dresser, too).