barrelofmonkeys wrote:paglababa wrote:SFrost wrote:Arboreal wrote:Hey bros, checking in. Anyone know how "dormitorial" life in D'Ag is likely to be?
No curfew. Private bedrooms. No restrictive social rules. Co-ed. Guests allowed (opposite sex/same sex/whatever you're into). Alcohol allowed to my knowledge.
Doesn't sound much like dorm life.
How stringent is the whole signing in over night guests? Can it be spontaneous?
I think we're going to have to take the question to current students to get an idea of how it actually plays out in practice, but the policy is below. ETA: scooped above on practiceNYU wrote:Visitors must be announced from the Front Desk or present a Guest Pass. Residents may have overnight guests but, in fairness to your neighbors and any apartmentmates, you must follow some established rules. You must be in attendance at all times when you have a guest. You may have overnight guests for a total of no more than seven nights per 30-day period. (A particular guest may be a guest in Law School housing for no more than seven nights per 30 day period.) The resident/licensee will need to obtain a Guest Pass for each guest, each visit; you can do this simply by stopping by the office in Mercer Residence or D'Agostino Hall. You will need written permission from your apartmentmate(s) if you are having more than one guest at a time or if your guest is staying more than three consecutive nights; both require authorization from the administration.
Yea I was familiar with the policy (which seemed super lame). But if policy is lax as mentioned above, then I don't think living in the dorms is a bad deal... that is, besides the all consuming, price to space ratio.