- Sunday-Thursday: 8 p.m.-8 a.m.
- Friday-Saturday: 12 a.m.-10 a.m.
- Courtesy Hours: 24 hours a day
- Final Exam Period: 24 hours a day
It is your right, as well as your responsibility, to let offenders know if their activity is too loud and interrupts your studying, or sleep. Stereos, radios, TVs, musical instruments and conversations must be kept to reasonable levels that will not interfere with the study or sleep of other residents. Hall Councils have the option to establish more-restrictive quiet hours for their buildings. Those hours will not be less restrictive than those listed here. In the event that a hall declines to establish more restrictive quiet hours, the hours listed above will be in effect. These hours recognize the rights of all students to have an environment which supports academic success. Any amplified sound or other noise reaching beyond the limits of an individual room is considered an infringement on others' personal space and may be addressed through the disciplinary process. Quiet Hours and a 24-Hour Courtesy Policy are practiced to support this philosophy. If you encounter a noise problem, bring it to the attention of the offender. If the problem persists, contact your RA or the RA on duty. Periodically, Hall Council-sanctioned activities (indoor or outdoor) may receive exception from the quiet-hours guidelines with prior approval from University Housing staff.