Living at Hopkins 2021-2022 - Homewood Student Affairs

 
Living at Hopkins 2021-2022
Welcome!
                                                                                                          September 2021

                                      Dear Residents,
                                      ON BEHALF OF THE COMMUNITY LIVING OFFICES, WE WOULD LIKE TO
                                      WELCOME YOU TO YOUR NEW HOME.
                                      During your stay in university housing, you will be a part of an inclusive community
                                      that celebrates and highlights the diversity of our student body. We are committed
                                      to providing you an enriching experience on campus that allows you to get to know
                                      your peers, the staff within the Offices of Community Living, and the student staff
                                      members in residence. We have learned a lot about community building practices
                                      during the COVID-19 pandemic, and will continue to utilize creative ways to connect
                                      you with your peers and campus resources that ensure your health and well-being
                                      and respect your comfort level with social gatherings. We encourage you to be
                                      open to and engage with these experiences. Our student and professional staff
                                      members are here to support you and provide a secure environment in which you
                                      can experience meaningful opportunities for engagement.
                                      Your commitment to keeping one another safe and comfortable will continue to be
                                      important once you arrive on campus. Please be advised that you will be required
                                      to comply with the student conduct code, all university policies and procedures,
                                      and public health guidance around COVID-19 including but not limited to being
                                      fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (unless granted an exception by the University),
                                      abiding by weekly testing requirements (once weekly for vaccinated students/twice
                                      weekly for unvaccinated students), quarantining and/or isolating as directed by the
                                      university, as well as masking and social distancing as directed by the university. As
                                      federal, state, and local guidelines change, the university may need to adjust our
                                      policies and protocols in response to the ever-evolving pandemic. Consequently,
                                      should you choose not to abide by the policies and procedures and any public
                                      health guidance, you will be held accountable through the student conduct process
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                                      for an appropriate outcome.
                                      We are committed to your success and strive to provide you with exceptional
                                      services, and quality facilities. This guidebook is designed to serve as a reference
                                      tool for you while you are living on campus. We must all do our part to keep each
                                      other safe and well. You can also use this guidebook to learn more about the
                                      programs, services, and facilities provided by the offices within Community Living.
                                      Once again, welcome to your new home and have a successful academic year!
                                      Sincerely,
                                      Roger Becks, Executive Director of Student Auxiliary Services
                                      Sarah Mansfield, Ed.D, Director of Housing Operations
                                      Jessica Kupper, Director of Residential Life
                                      Kerby Nelson, Director of Scheduling and Events
                                      Ian Magowan, Senior Manager of Dining Programs
                                                                                                              Revised 9/8/21

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          Table of Contents
          Welcome  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .2
          University Directory   .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .5
          Housing Operations  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 9-11
          Mail Services  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 17
          Amenities & Facilities  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 18-24
          Sustainability Practices   .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 25
          Community Standards of Residential Life  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 26
          Housing Policies  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 27
          Safety and Security  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 39
          Student Organizations  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 47
          Student Support Services  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .48

          Mission, Vision, & Core Values of
          Community Living
          Mission                                                        Core Values
          Our focus is to create an inclusive and                        LEADERSHIP              Our actions will inspire
          secure environment while providing                                                     others.
          exceptional programs, services, and
          quality facilities for our students and the                    INTEGRITY               Above all we will be
          community.                                                                             honest and open.
                                                                         RESPECT                 All members of our
          Vision                                                                                 community are treated
                                                                                                 fairly.
          Act with an unwavering commitment
                                                                         INCLUSIVITY             We celebrate and em-
          to st udent success , le adersh i p,
                                                                                                 power our unique dif-
          and meaningful opportunities for
                                                                                                 ferences.
          engagement.
                                                                         COMMUNITY               We encourage every-
                                                                                                 one’s contribution for
                                                                                                 collective growth.

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University
Directory
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          Community Living Offices
          Housing                                             Dining Programs  .  .  .  . 410-516-3383
          Assignments .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7960
                                                              Scheduling &
          Housing Facilities  .  .  .  . 410-516-7962         Event Services  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8209
          Off-Campus                                          Office of
          Housing  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7961     Residential Life  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8283

          For the most up-to-date Residential Life contact information and full staff contact
          list, visit: studentaffairs.jhu.edu/community-living/residential-life/contact-us-2.

          Maintenance Emergencies
          Housing Facilities  .  .  .  . 410-516-7962         Security  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7777
                                                                                                        (after hrs)

          Student Services Directory
          A Place to Talk                                     Digital Media
          (APTT)   .  .  .  .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8278    Center  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-3817
          Academic Advising                                   Homewood Emergency
          (Arts & Sciences)   .  .  .  . 410-516-8216         Response  .  .  .   .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7777
          Academic Advising                                   JHUnions  .  .  .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-4873
          (Engineering)  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7395
                                                              I.T. Services  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-0448
          Army ROTC  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7474
                                                              Johns Hopkins
          Athletic Center                                     Operator  .  .  .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8000
          (Varsity)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7490
                                                              LGBTQ Life  .  .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-2359
          Bookstore  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 410-662-5850
                                                              Milton S. Eisenhower
          Campus Ministries   .  .  .410-261-1880             Library   .  .  .  .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8335
          Campus Security Office                              New Student Orientation &
          (Non-emergency)  .  .  .  410-516-4600              1st Year Experience  .  . 410-376-5710
          Life Design  .  .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8056      News & Information  .  . 410-516-7160
          Center for                                          Office of Dean of
          Social Concern  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-4777          Student Life   .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8208
                                                              Office of Fraternity
          Counseling Center   .  .  . 410-516-8278            and Sorority Life  .  .  .  . 410-516-4873

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                                 Student Services Directory (cont.)
                                 Office of                                            Student Disability
                                 Multicultural Affairs  .  . 410-516-8730             Services  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-4720
                                 Office of the Registrar 410-516-8080                 Student
                                                                                      Employment  .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8414
                                 Psychiatric or
                                 Health Emergencies  .  .  . 410-516-7777             Student Outreach &
                                                                                      Support .  .  .  .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7857
                                 Recreational Center
                                 (Intramural)   .   .  .  .  .  . 410-516-5229        Student Health &
                                                                                      Wellness Center  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-8270
                                 Security Escort Service 410-516-4600
                                                                                      Technology Store &
                                 Security                                             Laptop Support  .  .  .  .  410-516-0448
                                 Emergencies  .   .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7777
                                                                                      Women &
                                 Student Accounts  .  .  . 410-516-8158               Gender Resources  .  .  . 410-516-8730
                                 Student Leadership
                                 & Involvement  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-4873

                                 Baltimore City Directory
                                 Ambulance Service  .  .  .  410-516-7777             Fire Department  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7777
                                 City Police   .  .   .  .  .  .  .  . 410-516-7777   MTA Bus Information  .  410-539-5000

                                 WHEN ON CAMPUS, CONTACT CAMPUS SECURITY OR YOUR RESIDENT
                                 ADVISOR BEFORE CALLING A CITY AGENCY IN AN EMERGENCY.
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                                 If you must call a city agency first, please inform your resident advisor or Campus
                                 Security (410-516-4600 during office hours, 410-516-7777 after hours) as soon as
                                 possible after contacting the city agency.

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Anti-Discrimination & Title IX
          Johns Hopkins University
          Anti-Discrimination Policies
          The University is committed to maintaining learning and working environments
          that are free from all forms of harassment and discrimination. Accordingly,
          harassment based on an individual’s race, color, national origin, immigration status,
          ethnicity, age, disability, religion, sex, gender, pregnancy, military status, veteran
          status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic
          information, or other legally protected characteristics is prohibited.
          The University will not tolerate any type of prohibited discrimination, including,
          but not limited to, sexual harassment (which includes sexual misconduct), other
          types of discriminatory harassment, or retaliation in the workplace or educational
          environment, whether committed by faculty, staff, or students, or by visitors to
          Hopkins while they are on campus and/or participating in our programs or activities.
          Each member of the community is responsible for fostering civility, for being
          familiar with applicable anti-discrimination policies, and for refraining from conduct
          that violates University anti-discrimination policies.

            QUESTIONS OR REPORTS                        OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL EQUITY
          REGARDING DISCRIMINATION                      Wyman Park Building
                                                        Suite 515
            Including under Title VI,                   3400 N. Charles Street
           Title IX, and Section 504,                   Baltimore, MD 21218
              may be raised to the:                     Phone: (410) 516-8075
                                                        TTY: (410) 516-6225

          Complaints of sex discrimination may also
          be emailed to: titleixcoordinator@jhu.edu
          Please refer to the links below for the important full text of, as well as
          responsibilities, resources, and procedures available under, the University’s various
          anti-discrimination policies and statements:
          SEXUAL MISCONDUCT POLICY & PROCEDURES:
          sexualassault.jhu.edu/policies-laws
          ANTI-HARASSMENT POLICY/POLICY AGAINST DISCRIMINATORY HARASSMENT:
          oie.jhu.edu/discrimination-and-harassment/
          OTHER EQUAL OPPORTUNITY POLICIES & STATEMENTS:
          oie.jhu.edu/policies-and-laws
          EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / TITLE IX NOTICE FOR STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF
          & APPLICANTS:
          oie.jhu.edu/policies-and-laws/jhu-policies/Equal_Opportunity_and_Title_IX_Notice

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  Housing
Operations
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Housing Operations
          Housing                                     MONDAY - FRIDAY
                                                      8:30AM - 5:00PM
          Operations                                  WOLMAN HALL, ROOM 103

          Housing Assignments                             410-516-7960 • housing@jhu.edu
          From the traditional Room Selection         Through your experiences in university
          Process (RSP) for rising sophomores to      housing, we hope you will have the
          the assignment process for incoming         opportunity to learn to appreciate
          students, the Assignments team works        and respect individual differences
          to assign students into University          and cultural diversity while fostering
          housing. The team also works closely        personal growth and developing a
          with Student Disability Services to house   greater understanding of your own
          students who require accommodations.        identity.

          Housing Facilities                              410-516-7962 • requests@jhu.edu
          MAINTENANCE &                               Non-emergency maintenance requests
          ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES                      can be entered through our website:
          A full staff of maintenance and             studentaffairs.jhu.edu/community-
          custodial employees are assigned to         living/university-housing/facilities-
          keep the residence halls clean and well     services/maintenancerequest
          maintained. Any maintenance problems        Maintenance work is prioritized so that
          in the residential halls should be          emergency and urgent work will be
          reported to the Housing Facilities Office   accomplished first; consequently, the wait
          at 410-516-7962. After office hours and     for minor repairs may be longer, especially
          on weekends, emergency maintenance          in the busy months of September and
          service is available by calling Security    October. It is important that you report
          at 410-516-7777. Emergencies include        problems as early in the day as possible
          flooding, fire, and security issues.        in order to maximize response time.

          J-Cards
          If you are having access problems with      REPLACEMENT FEES FOR LOST/
          your J-Card, contact Housing Facilities     UNRETURNED ITEMS
          at 410-516-7962. Lost J-Cards should         • $15 - Mail Key
          be reported to Housing Facilities from
          8:30am – 5:00pm, M–F and to Security         • $20 - JCard/Access card
          at 410-516-7777 after business hours.        • $125 - Lock Change for lost resident
          For replacement J-Cards, please contact        room keys
          J-Card Services (Wyman Park, Suite 171).
          Please call or visit Housing Facilities with any questions about your keys or JCard.

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                               Locked Out of Your Room?
                               Mon. – Fri.
                               8:30 am - 5 pm. . . Residential students should contact Housing Facilities at 410-516-7962 to
                                                   retrieve a key or temporary jCard
                               5 pm - 8 pm. . . . . . Residential students should contact Campus Safety & Security at 410-516-4600
                               8 pm - 2 am. . . . . . Residential students should contact the RA on duty (contact info is posted in the halls)
                               2 am - 8:30 am. . . Residential students should contact Campus Safety & Security at 410-516-4600
                               Sat. & Sun.
                               8 pm - 2 am. . . . . . Residential students should contact their RA or the RA on duty; if unsuccessful,
                                                      contact Campus Safety & Security at 410-516-4600
                               2 am - 8 pm. . . . . . Residential students should contact Campus Safety & Security at 410-516-4600

                               Any assistance from any University employee in regaining access (including Housing
                               Staff, Resident Advisors, and Security) will be maintained as record concerning the
                               occurrence. Should there be as many as three occurrences, subsequent lockouts will
                               result in a $20.00 excessive lock out fine for each additional incidence being charged
                               to your student account. This count is reset at the start of each academic year.

                               Maintenance Requests & Services
                               Call the Housing Facilities Office at                    housing/facilities-services/
                               410-516-7962 with any maintenance                        maintenancerequest
                               questions or problems. You can also
                               make non-emergency maintenance                           CALL SECURITY AT 410-516-7777 IF YOU
                               requests at our website: studentaffairs.                 HAVE AN AFTER-HOURS EMERGENCY
                               jhu.edu/community-living/university-
                                                                                        MAINTENANCE OR CUSTODIAL PROBLEM.

                               Decorating / Alterations
                               You must adhere to the following                         are available in the Housing Facilities
                               guidelines in decorating and caring for                  Office in Wolman Hall. Painter’s tape,
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                               your personal space.                                     pushpins, and tacks are permitted for
                                                                                        hanging on walls.
                               You may not install equipment, make
                               alterations, paint, or make repairs. You                 For fire safety reasons, nothing may be
                               may not change or add to the existing                    attached to room ceilings or doors with
                               shape of your room.                                      the exception of one small message
                                                                                        board on your door, which must be
                               Transparent tape, adhesives, 3M poster                   removed at move-out. Nothing can
                               strips or nails are not to be used on                    be draped from ceilings, i.e. lights,
                               walls. Hooks and wires for hanging                       tapestries, etc.
                               pictures from the molding in the room

                               Construction
                               At any time, construction may take                       resident’s charges at any time based
                               place in or around residential units.                    solely on that construction.
                               No adjustments will be made to any

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          Damage Charges
          The student is liable for damage to the        Un-attributable common area damage
          premises caused by an act or omission          will be calculated and deducted from a
          of the student and student’s guest(s).         fund created from a percentage of room
          Upon taking possession of the space,           rental payments. Should vandalism
          the student agrees to complete a               exceed the funds available, the room
          Room Condition Report which reflects           rate will be raised the following year to
          the condition of the room. A final             compensate; on the other hand, any
          inspection by a University staff member        funds remaining after all damage has
          will occur after closedown to make the         been paid will be invested in equipment
          final vandalism/damage assessment.             or improvement to the quality of the
          The student agrees to reimburse the            residential facilities.
          University for damages and defacement
          of space they occupy during the term of        Keep in mind that if there is excessive and
          their contract exclusive of normal wear.       repetitive common area damage caused
          The room must be left in “broom clean”         on a certain floor, residents of that floor
          condition; failure to do so will result in a   will be charged for that damage.
          custodial cleaning charge.
          No grades, transcripts or degrees shall be released until all the charges, including
          but not limited to damage charges, have been paid.

          Ethernet & WiFi
          Ethernet and wireless network access           or visit: it.johnshopkins.edu/services/
          costs are included in your housing room        network/resnet for more information.
          rate. Call IT Services at 410-516-4357

          Extermination Services
          Areas are monitored regularly, and             It is expected that residents observe
          exterminators are on campus Monday,            at least a minimal level of cleanliness.
          Tuesday and Thursday to handle specific        Non-refrigerated food should be stored
          requests. If your room requires service,       in hard plastic, airtight containers.
          contact Housing Facilities at 410-516-         Dirty dishes and glasses, as well as
          7962 immediately. Residents attempting         used pots and pans should be washed
          to rectify the problem themselves or           immediately. Clothing should be kept
          ignoring it without reporting it will cause    in drawers and closets and not on the
          further infestation in both their unit and     floor where pests can nest. Insects and
          the surrounding units. This could create       rodents will only stay where they are
          a serious health issue. In addition, any       being fed or housed. Your cooperation
          damage caused by unreported pests will         is essential if your unit is to remain pest-
          be the resident’s responsibility.              free. Remember to report any type of
                                                         pest activity!

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                               Housing Processes & Information
                               Student Status Requirement
                               University Housing is provided to               Students in concurrent programs whose
                               registered, full-time Krieger School of         status changes during the current
                               Arts & Sciences and Whiting School of           contract period are eligible to remain
                               Engineering undergraduate students              in University Housing through the end
                               of the University. When a student               of the contract period. However, they
                               graduates, withdraws, takes a leave of          will not be permitted to renew for the
                               absence, fails to register full time for the    following academic year.
                               semester, or is academically dismissed,
                                                                               Graduate Students are ineligible for
                               the individual will be required to vacate       University Housing.
                               University Housing immediately.

                               Residency Requirement
                               J H U h a s a t w o - ye a r re s i d e n c y   students residing in the residence halls
                               requirement for all new students                are required to enroll in a meal plan for
                               attending Johns Hopkins University. It          the entire academic year.
                               is the philosophy of the Housing and
                               Residential Life departments that living        Entering transfer students who have
                               on campus for the first two academic            completed one to three semesters of
                               years provides valuable support and             college must live in JHU housing for one
                               education for college students beyond           year. Entering transfer students who
                               the classroom. This policy requires that        have completed two years of college
                               first- and second-year students reside          (four semesters) have satisfied the
                               in University Housing or at home with a         JHU residency requirement and should
                               parent or legal guardian. All residential       arrange to reside off-campus.
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                               Housing Contracts
                               The housing contract for all first- and         agreement between the student and
                               second-year students is for the period          the University. It is in effect for the
                               beginning on Sunday, August 22, 2021,           entire contract term. Release from the
                               and ending at 12:00 pm on Wednesday,            contract is permitted only under the
                               May 18, 2022. Residents may not move in         conditions of academic withdrawal
                               before the assigned date or move out past       or dismissal, completion of academic
                               12:00 pm on Wednesday, May 18, 2022.            studies at JHU, or leave of absence from
                                                                               the University.
                               The room and board contract that
                               was signed and submitted is a binding
                               The following constitutes grounds for cancellation by Hopkins:
                                 • Default on terms of the contract or payment, in which case Hopkins will give
                                   the student written notice one week in advance stating the date of termination
                                   of the contract.

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          Housing Contracts (cont.)
          The following constitutes grounds for cancellation by Hopkins:
            • Withdrawal/leave of absence from the University for personal reasons verified
              by the appropriate Dean’s Office.
            • Academic suspension or dismissal verified by the appropriate Dean’s office.
            • An emergency or other condition that, in the judgment of Hopkins, requires
              the student to vacate the premises, in which case Hopkins will refund to the
              student the pro-rated rental payment for the unexpired term.
            • An approved study abroad verified by Academic Advising.
            • Students who wish to cancel a University Housing contract because all
              degree requirements have been met must provide a written statement on an
              official Housing Office Action Form indicating the date on which all degree
              requirements will be completed, and a vacate date 30 days prior to the
              student’s desired termination date. Graduation will be verified by the Registrar’s
              office. Contract cancellation due to graduation, will be effective no earlier than
              December 31 or May 31, whichever is applicable.
          For more information regarding the terms of your room and board agreement with
          the University, please read the Community Standards and Policies Brochure. Try
          to become familiar with the contents of both documents.

          University Housing Breaks & Close Downs
          THANKSGIVING BREAK & SPRING BREAK
          Students staying on campus will need         Thanksgiving Break: 10:00am on
          to indicate that on the break form that      Saturday, November 20, 2021 –
          is sent to students prior to the break.      12:00pm (noon) on Sunday, November
          Dining locations will be open in a limited   28, 2021
          capacity, and residential dining will be
          available to students on a meal plan.        Spring Break: 10:00am on Saturday,
          Monitored common area spaces will be         March 19, 2022 – 12:00pm (noon) on
          closed.                                      Sunday, March 27, 2022

          WINTER BREAK CLOSEDOWN
          All students must vacate their building by 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 22,
          2021 (or 24 hours after the last final, whichever occurs first), and may return for
          Intersession beginning at 12:00 p.m. (noon) on Sunday, January 2, 2022. Students
          may leave their belongings in their rooms, and take only what they need for winter
          break.

          MAY CLOSEDOWN
          All students must vacate university housing by 12:00pm (noon) Wednesday, May
          18, 2022 (or 24 hours after their last final, whichever comes first). No exceptions
          will be made to this closedown requirement.

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                               Gender Inclusive Housing
                               Housing and Residential Life affords students the opportunity to live in housing with
                               student(s) that are not of the same sex. Housing assignments and placements are created
                               with students of the same sex and, in general, that will continue.
                               The Gender Inclusive Housing (GIH) policy        they choose, regardless of biological sex
                               exists to meet the needs of all students         or gender identity, which will create a
                               by nurturing an atmosphere in which              gender inclusive unit. Incoming freshmen
                               students can be the most comfortable with        interested in Gender Inclusive Housing
                               those with whom they live. It is important       check off the GIH box on their housing
                               that the residential community maintains         questionnaire and search for other
                               an atmosphere that values diversity,             freshmen who chose the same option.
                               social justice, and promotes the dignity         All students, regardless of their preferred
                               of all people. Sophomore and upper-              housing style, are encouraged not to live
                               class students may live with whomever            with someone they may be dating.

                               Right of Entry
                               Hopkins personnel have the right to enter        for compliance with housing regulations.
                               the premises for inspection at any time          Residential Life staff may also enter if a
                               whenever necessary for purposes of               safety or policy violation is perceived to
                               repair, maintenance, wellness or safety          be occurring in the room and no one is
                               checks and breaks. The right of entry            answering the door. The signing of the
                               includes, but is not limited to, agents of the   housing contract only allows entry into the
                               University who enter the premises for the        assigned University Housing facility by the
                               purpose of inspection and treatment of           resident. All personnel entering a student
                               rodent and insect infestation or inspection      room are required to wear masks.

                               Health & Safety Checks /Confiscation
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                               Any University property not authorized to        inspections. If any items are confiscated,
                               be in a student’s room will be confiscated,      notification will be left providing
                               and the students who reside in the room          instructions regarding retrieval or disposal
                               will face disciplinary action. This includes     of said items. Any items not retrieved by
                               University and non-University signs.
                                                                                their deadline will be donated to charity.
                               Prohibited items may also be confiscated
                               if found during when maintenance is              Refer to the list of prohibited items on
                               being performed to the room or during            page 39.

                               Check-In & Check-Out
                               Only one room key per resident will be           Students who do not return their issued
                               issued at the time of check-in. Keys will        keys will be charged $125 for a lock
                               not be distributed to friends and family.        change and $15 for a mailbox key. If
                                                                                students are vacating before their
                               It is illegal to duplicate university keys and
                               duplication will result in a fine.               contract ends, Housing Facilities must
                                                                                be informed, keys must be returned, and
                               After-hours key drop boxes are located in
                               Wolman, AMR II, and Charles Commons.             a proper checkout must occur.

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          Late Fees
          STUDENTS WILL BE BILLED PRIOR TO               against any student’s account bill that
          THE BEGINNING OF EACH SEMESTER.                is not paid in accordance with the
          The University will assess a late fee          stipulations on the University student
          of 1¼ percent compounded monthly               invoice.

          Loss of Property / Renter’s Insurance
          The University cannot take                     rider or seek additional coverage to
          responsibility for students’ personal          cover the loss, damage, or theft of their
          property. Students are strongly advised        personal property. Laptop computers,
          to purchase or check with their family’s       cell phones, tablets, etc. are a common
          cu rrent homeowners ’ i nsu rance              target for theft.
          coverage about coverage for their
          personal property. Students and families       For more information about renters
          may be able to secure the appropriate          insurance, contact National Student
                                                         Services, Inc. at contactus@nssi.com

          Housing Cancellation Fee
          SOPHOMORE STUDENTS:                            UPPER-CLASS STUDENTS:
          If you are not returning to the University,    (Students that have fulfilled the two-year
          it is your responsibility to directly inform   residency requirement).
          the Housing Office by August 1st of            If you have secured a space in University
          your decision not to return. If you fail       Housing and decide to cancel your
          to notify Housing of your intent not to        housing contract to move off campus
          return to the University by August 1st,        you must notify Housing directly before
          you will be responsible for a $500.00          June 1st of the upcoming school year
          administrative fee.                            and all charges shall be waived except
                                                         for a $500.00 administrative fee. If
                                                         notification is received after June 1st
                                                         but before the earliest move-in date,
                                                         you will be responsible for two months
                                                         of the applicable room charges.

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                               Mail Services
                               Hours of Operations
                               Monday - Friday: 3pm - 8:30pm
                               Saturday: 11am - 4pm

                               Mail Services Locations
                               AMR II MAIL ROOM                            WOLMAN MAIL ROOM
                               Located on the main level,                  Located on the terrace level of
                               past Residential Life Office                Wolman Hall
                               Accepts mail and packages for AMR I, AMR    Accepts mail and packages for Wolman
                               II, and AMR III A & B residents.            residents as well as packages for Bradford
                                                                           residents.
                               CHARLES COMMONS MAIL ROOM
                                                                           UPS and USPS Shipping Service, fax service,
                               Located in the lobby of the                 postage stamps, boxes, and packaging
                               Charles Street building                     supplies are available in the Wolman Hall
                               Accepts mail and packages for Charles       mailroom. Payment options include check,
                               Commons residents as well as packages for   money order and J-Cash.
                               Homewood residents.

                               * All hours are subject to change during the summer, holidays, and intersession
                               periods. Residents will be notified of changes. *

                               Mailing Address Format
                               AMRS                                        HOMEWOOD APARTMENTS
                               Student’s Name (First & Last)               Student’s Name (First + Last)
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                               AMR II # _____                              3003 N. Charles St.
                               3510 N. Charles St.                         Apt. # _ _ _
                               Baltimore, MD 21218                         Baltimore, MD 21218
                               BRADFORD APARTMENTS                         WOLMAN HALL & MCCOY
                               Student’s Name (First & Last)               Student’s Name (First & Last)
                               3301 St Paul St.                            Wolman Hall # _____ (Mailbox #)
                               Apt.# _____                                 3339 N. Charles St.
                               Baltimore, MD 21218                         Baltimore, MD 21218
                               CHARLES COMMONS                             ROGERS HOUSE
                               Student’s Name (First & Last)               Student’s Name (First & Last)
                               Charles Commons # _____ (Mailbox #)         3506 Greenway
                               3301 N. Charles St.                         Apt. # _ _ _
                               Baltimore, MD 21218                         Baltimore, MD 21218

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          Mail Forwarding & Change of Address
          All University Housing residents are           Visit usps.com for more information.
          strongly encouraged to file an official
          United States Postal Service (USPS)            We would like to emphasize that you
          Change of Address form or Mail                 can make the Change of Address
          Forwarding Request at least two weeks          process faster and easier by notifying
          prior to vacating in order for their mail to   everyone (i.e. friends, family members,
          be forwarded in a timely and appropriate       business, organizations) who sends
          fashion. If a change of address or mail        you mail of your new address and the
          forwarding request is not submitted            date of your move, two weeks before
          directly to the USPS, any mail delivered       your move. Many bills and statements
          to our campus mailrooms after you have         have an area for making an address
          already vacated university housing may         change notification.
          be returned to sender.
          Remember: Change of Address forms cover first class mail for one year and periodicals
          and standard mail for only one month. After this time period, they will not be forwarded
          but discarded. Therefore, it is imperative that students contact mailers directly to
          change their addresses prior to vacating housing.

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          Amenities & Facilities
          We believe that through community living, students can develop important
          personal, social and interpersonal skills. Through your experiences in university
          housing, we hope you will have the opportunity to learn to appreciate and respect
          individual differences and cultural diversity while fostering personal growth and
          developing a greater understanding of your own identity.
          In this section, you will find helpful information regarding the amenities and
          facilities that are available in our residence halls. Should you have any questions,
          please do not hesitate to reach out to Housing Operations at (410) 516-7962 or
          requests@jhu.edu.

          Standard Furniture
          In each building, residents can expect to find the following:
            •   Twin XL mattress and frame (cannot be lofted in Rogers House)
            •   Desk with attached hutch and desk chair
            •   Trash can and recycling bin
            •   1 shower curtain (suites and apartments)
            •   Window blinds
          Below you will find the items specific to individual buildings:
          Charles Commons, McCoy, Rogers House, & Wolman: pedestal, wardrobe with
          drawers (Charles Commons will have a closet), chest of drawers
          AMR I, II, & III: stackable drawers or a 3-drawer chest, wardrobe
          Bradford & Homewood have furniture for the bedrooms and living rooms. Please
          note that efficiencies do not have separate living spaces.
            • Bedroom furniture: 1 desk lamp, 1 nightstand, 1 chest and mirror
            • Living room furniture: 1 sofa and/or loveseat/chair, end tables, table lamps,
              dinette table and chairs

          Bike Racks & Bike Rooms
          The McCoy Bike Room is available to McCoy and Wolman residents during the
          current academic year. The AMR II Bike Room is available to residents of AMR I,
          AMR II, and AMR III.
          Charles Commons and Rogers House residents have outdoor bike racks at both
          buildings for their use.
          Homewood residents can use the indoor bike rack located in the laundry room.

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                                   Card Access System & Security
                                   Residents will use their J-Card to gain      access to the building and to intervene
                                   admittance to the front door of the          in security related incidents.
                                   building and to access their wing.
                                                                                In AMR I, AMR II, and AMR III, a 24-hour
                                   I n Bradford, Charles Commons,               security officer is stationed in booths
                                   Homewood, McCoy Hall, Rogers House,          at the turnstiles outside of the AMRs
                                   and Wolman Hall, a 24-hour security          to deter unauthorized individuals from
                                   officer is stationed in the lobby to deter   gaining access to the building and to
                                   unauthorized individuals from gaining        intervene in security related incidents.

                                   Computer Rooms                               Exercise Rooms
                                   Students will have access to computer        All exercise rooms offer a variety of
                                   labs located on the terrace of Wolman        exercise machines. Residents will
                                   Hall and the 2nd floor of the Charles        have access every day from 6:00am –
                                   Street tower of Charles Commons.             2:00am.
                                   Please visit the Computer Resources
                                   page to view location and availability.      Locations: Wolman terrace, McCoy
                                                                                2nd floor, Charles Commons 3rd floor
                                   Most applications can also be accessed       of Charles Street tower, Rogers House
                                   remotely. Visit myJLab: studentaffairs.      basement, Homewood terrace, and 1st
                                   jhu.edu/computing/campus-resources/          floor of Bradford.
                                   myjlab for more information.
                                                                                Problems or trouble? Contact Housing
                                   The centrally-located Krieger Computer       Facilities at (410) 516-7962.
                                   Lab will be open normal hours for the
                                   upcoming academic year.
                                   For more information please visit:
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                                   campus-resources/

                                   Ethernet & Wi-Fi Service
                                   All of our buildings are equipped with wireless and wired internet connectivity.
                                   Problems or trouble? Call IT Services at 410-516-4357 for hook-up, free of charge.

                                   Gathering & Study Areas
                                   The Adler Room is available for use by       Community kitchens can be used for
                                   residents for cultural, educational, and     large-scale community programs by
                                   recreational programs, study, and group      University housing residents & student
                                   work.                                        groups. The kitchens are located on the
                                                                                first floor of Wolman Hall, terrace level
                                                                                of McCoy, and third floor of Charles
                                                                                Commons’ Charles Street tower.

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          Gathering & Study Areas (cont.)
          Game Rooms are available for use                 The Social Lounge is equipped with
          between the hours of 6:00am – 2:00am.            pool, ping-pong, and foosball tables
          These rooms are located on the McCoy             and a color TV with cable. Students have
          terrace, Wolman terrace, and the 3rd             access from 6:00am – 2:00am using
          floor of the Charles Street tower in             their JCard. The lounge is located in the
          Charles Commons.                                 basement of AMR II.
          Meeting & multipurpose rooms may                 TV rooms feature a color TV with cable,
          only be scheduled by registered student          a DVD player, and stereo sound. They
          organizations and RAs. Multipurpose              are located in AMR I, AMR III, McCoy,
          rooms are located in AMR I, Charles              and Wolman Hall.
          Commons, and Wolman Hall. Meeting
          rooms are located in AMR I, AMR III,             The Wolman Hall Theater may only
          Charles Commons, and Wolman Hall.                be scheduled by registered student
                                                           organizations and RAs in 4-hour time
          Study Lounges offer tables and chairs for        blocks.
          study groups are available from 6:00am -
          2:00am. The lounges are located on the           Reservable room times vary by building.
          Wolman terrace, floors 3-6 in McCoy, and         To reserve, submit your request through
          the basement of AMR II.                          your Hopkins Groups Student Group
                                                           Portal.

          Heating & Cooling (HVAC)
          Residents of AMR I & II and Rogers               Residents of Charles Commons, McCoy,
          House have permanently installed,                Wolman, Bradford, & Homewood can
          year-round window air conditioner                adjust the temperature to suit their
          units in each bedroom that should                comfort. Refer to directions posted
          not be relocated or unplugged from               on your unit. For energy conservation
          the grounded outlets. The specialty              purposes, the air conditioning systems
          appliance extension cords provided               can be set to 72 degrees or warmer
          should not be exchanged. Covers are              in the summer months and heating
          provided for off-season months.                  units can set to 76 degrees or cooler
                                                           in the winter months depending on the
          Residents of AMR III have a climate-             preference of the occupant.
          c o n t r o l l e d H VA C s y s t e m . T h e
          temperature is maintained at a constant          Contact Housing Facilities at 410-516-
          level year-round. Windows should                 7962 with any problems or questions
          be kept shut to maintain optimum                 you may have about your HVAC unit.
          temperature.

          Kitchenettes
          Each suite in Wolman, McCoy, and all 2-person suites in Charles Commons is
          equipped with a two-burner stove, sink, and compact refrigerator. While 4-person
          suites in Charles Commons will have a full-size refrigerator.

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                                   Laundry Rooms & Guidelines
                                   J-CARD OPERATED                              you will see a separate laundry cash
                                   Laundry facilities are available in each     balance. Laundry cash can only be used
                                   building. They will operate with limited     in the residence hall laundry rooms. If you
                                   capacity and a reduced number of             utilize all 18 cycles in one month, and still
                                   available machines. Laundry costs are        have more laundry to do, J-Cash can then
                                   included in the on-campus housing            be used to pay for laundry.
                                   fees and as such all residents will          To use your laundry cycles, simply go to
                                   automatically receive 18 cycles of laundry   the residence hall laundry room closest
                                   per month (1 wash or dry = 1 cycle). The     to you, select your laundry machine,
                                   18 cycles per month are valued at $27        and swipe your card! It’s that easy!
                                   ($1.50 per cycle) and on the 1st of each     Download the Speed Queen app to track
                                   month, the balance is reset to $27. In       the status of your washer/dryer.
                                   order to check your balance, simply log
                                   onto your account in SIS or download         Questions? Contact Housing Facilities
                                   the eAccounts app (where your mobile         at 410-516-7962.
                                   credential is set up). Please note that

                                   Music Rooms
                                   Residents have access to the music           Locations: AMR II basement, McCoy
                                   rooms using their JCards from 10:00am –      terrace, 3rd floor of the Charles Street
                                   1:00am. For questions regarding access       tower in Charles Commons.
                                   to the music rooms, please contact
                                   Housing Facilities at (410) 516-7962.

                                   Parking
                                   Most street parking in the area is           for either a city or campus permit,
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                                   metered or limited hourly parking only.      however, students residing in Bradford
                                   Students living in the residence halls are   and Homewood Apartments could apply
                                   strongly discouraged from bringing cars      for a city permit.
                                   to campus because they do not qualify

                                   Phone Access System
                                   Phones are available in some common lounges and hallways. These phones can also
                                   be used to contact Security for emergencies by pushing the red button.
                                   Emergency phones are found on each floor of Rogers House.

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          Security Foot Patrol
          THESE OFFICERS ALSO ASSIST STUDENTS WHEN THEY ARE LOCKED OUT OF THEIR
          APARTMENTS IF THE HOUSING OFFICE IS CLOSED AND AN RA IS NOT AVAILABLE.

          AMRS                             CHARLES COMMONS,                 BRADFORD
          Bu i ld i ng ex ter i ors a nd   MCCOY, ROGERS                    & HOMEWOOD
          common areas are patrolled       HOUSE & WOLMAN                   All University-owned
          by a uniformed campus            Bu i ld i ng ex ter i ors a nd   apartment buildings are
          security officer Monday -        common areas are patrolled       patrolled by a uniformed
          Friday, 3:00 pm to 7:00 am,      by a uniformed campus            campus security officer 24
          and 24 hours a day on the        security officer 24 hours a      hours a day, 7 days a week.
          weekends.                        day, 7 days a week.

          Student Radio Station                            Trunk Rooms
          Located on the McCoy terrace, the station is     To store luggage in a trunk room,
          used by students working for WJHU. Please        residents should visit Housing Facilities
          contact the radio station director to request    in Wolman Hall, room 103.
          JCard access to the radio station.
                                                           Locations: AMR II basement, Wolman
          Trash Disposal                                   terrace, and each floor of McCoy

          All residents on campus are responsible          Vending Machines
          for emptying their recycling and trash
          on a routine basis. Please tie all bags          Vending machines offer both snacks and
          shut before depositing them in the trash         beverages and are located throughout the
          rooms. The trash rooms and cans are              building.
          emptied daily.
                                                           For questions regarding vending
                                                           machines, please contact Dining Programs
                                                           at 410-516-3383 or dining@jhu.edu

          RA Room Locations
          AMR I                            MCCOY                            CHARLES COMMONS
          Royce 105, Sylvester 106,        East: RA 1E, RA 2E, RA 3E,       St. Paul Tower: 417, 517,
          Wilson 121, Wood 122,            RA 4E, RA 5E, RA 6E              617, 717, 817, 917, 1017
          Vincent 225, Willard 322                                          Charles Tower: 422, 622,
                                           West: RA TE, RA 1W, RA
                                           2W, RA 3W, RA 4W, RA 5W,         822, 1022, 1222
          AMR II
                                           RA 6W                            BRADFORD
          Adams 107, Baker 120,
          Clark 128, Gildersleeve 142,     WOLMAN                           208, 408, 608, 808
          Griffin 163, Hollander 180,
          Jennings 186, Lazear 196         East: 206, 306, 406, 506,        HOMEWOOD
                                           606, 706
          AMR III A                                                         301, 328, 401, 428, 501,
                                           West: 217, 317, 417, 517,
                                                                            528, 601, 628
          201, 306, 406                    617, 717
                                                                            ROGERS HOUSE
          AMR III B
                                                                            101
          301, 306, 401
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                                            Residence Hall Amenities
                                                           AMR I AMR II AMR III Wolman McCoy CC  Rogers
                                   24-Hour Security Officer x         x   x        x     x    x      x
                                   Air Conditioning         x         x   x        x     x    x      x
                                   ATM				x
                                   Bike Room                          x			               x
                                   Cable-Ready              x         x   x        x     x    x Lounges Only
                                   Common Kitchen           x         x   x        x     x    x      x
                                   Common Lounge on each Floor				                       x    x      x
                                   Composting               x         x   x        x     x    x      x
                                   Computer Room            x			x		x
                                   Ethernet/Wireless        x         x   x        x     x    x      x
                                   Exercise Room				 x                                   x    x      x
                                   Game Room		x		x                                       x    x      x
                                   Group Study Room         x         x		 x              x    x
                                   Ice Machine		x		x
                                   JCash Machine				x
                                   Kitchenette				x                                      x    x
                                   Laundry Room             x         x   x        x     x    x      x
                                   Mailroom		x		x		x
                                   Multipurpose Room        x			x		x
                                   Music Room		x			x                                          x
                                   Packaging Supplies/Shipping Services				                   x
                                   Print Station		                    x   x
                                   Reading Room             x					x
                                   Security Foot Patrol     x         x   x        x     x    x      x
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                                   Social Lounge/LR		x		x			x
                                   Study Lounge/Room		 x                  x        x     x    x
                                   Trunk Room                         x		          x     x    x      x
                                   TV Room                  x		 x                  x     x
                                   Vending Machines         x         x   x        x     x    x

                                   Apartment Amenities
                                   		Bradford		                   Homewood
                                   24-Hour Security Officer		 x		    x
                                   Air Conditioning		x		x
                                   Cable-Ready		x		x
                                   Ethernet/Wireless		x		x
                                   Exercise Room		x		x
                                   Furnished Apartments		x		x
                                   Laundry Room		x		x
                                   Security Foot Patrol		     x		    x

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          Sustainability Practices
          1. Recycling
          Housing buildings have single stream recycling which means all recycling can go
          in the same recycling bin.
          The following items should be placed in the green recycle bin:
            • Mixed office paper (including envelopes with clear windows, magazines, all
              color copy paper, newspapers, etc.)
            • Cardboard (including cereal and packaged food boxes)
            • Aluminum and steel cans, clean foil
            • #1 and #2 plastic bottles and jugs only (including drink bottles, laundry
              detergent bottles, etc.) All other plastics should be placed in the incinerate bin
          Food and beverage containers should be empty before recycling.

          2. Electronics
          Electronics can be recycled in the designated bins in the lobbies of each residence hall.
          Basically anything with a battery or cord can be e-cycled, including:
            • Computers
            • Laptops
            • Monitors
            • Printers
            • Cell phones
            • Batteries
            • Printer cartridges
            • Computer accessories
          Residents should wipe any personal Information from devices before recycling.
          LITHIUM BATTERIES MUST BE TAPED ON BOTH TERMINALS BEFORE RECYCLING.

          3. Academic Buildings
          In the academic buildings on campus we do separate paper and cardboard from the
          container recycling (metal & plastic) because more paper is generated in academic
          spaces and keeping it separate creates a cleaner recycling stream.
          Please separate your waste as follows:
            • Paper and cardboard in the blue bins        • Compost in the yellow bins
            • Metal and #1 & #2 plastic in the            • Trash in the grey bins
              green bins

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                                   4. Terracycle
                                   Additionally, there are TerraCycle bins located in the lobbies of all buildings for hard
                                   to recycle items, including:
                                     • Personal care products including cosmetic packaging like lipstick tubes, hair
                                       care packaging, and body lotion tubes
                                     • Oral care products including toothbrushes, floss containers, and toothpaste tubes
                                     • Energy bar wrappers, chip bags, and candy wrappers
                                     • Writing utensils including pens, markers, mechanical pencils, and highlighters

                                   5. Other Waste
                                   All other waste should be placed in the gray trash (incinerate) bin.
                                   Do your best to follow the guidelines and images on the waste bins signs but when
                                   in doubt, throw it out. Contamination in our recycling and compost bins can cause
                                   the loads to be rejected.
                                   Compost, trash, and recycling bins can also be found in lobbies, kitchens and
                                   common spaces throughout all of the residence halls and academic buildings.

                                   6. Sustainable Living Tips
                                   The 2021 Sustainable Living Guide is a collection of resources and recommendations
                                   intended to assist Johns Hopkins University community members achieve more
                                   environmentally conscious lifestyles.
                                   Recommendations include:
                                     • Turn off your laptop, monitor, printer, room lights, television, gaming system,
                                       etc. when not being used and when you leave your room.
                                     • Turn off the faucet while you brush your teeth, wash your face and hands,
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                                       shave, etc.
                                     • Purchase and use reusable products including water bottles, to-go mugs,
                                       utensil set, stainless steel straws, lunch bag, snack bag, produce bag, food
                                       wrap, and more. Stock your room with reusable plates, bowls, and utensils to
                                       eliminate the need for single-use items.
                                   To learn more, visit JHU Sustainability at sustainability.jhu.edu or follow us on
                                   Facebook and Instagram. @jhusustainability

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          7. Green Move-In & Move-Out
          Green living starts with Move-In.           As part of Housi ng Operations ’
          While many students refer to general        commitment to sustainability and giving
          university packing lists prior to move-     back to the community, a Green Move-
          in, these lists often include unnecessary   Out program provides an opportunity for
          items that are already made available       residents to donate all of their unwanted
          to students by their institutions. With     but usable clothing, shoes, housewares,
          this in mind, we’ve created a Green         books, toiletries and appliances as well
          Packing List for students to follow         as unopened, non-perishable food to
          when buying supplies, decor, clothes,       the local non-profits. Due to COVID-19,
          and personal items before arriving at       plans for a Green Move-Out are on hold.
          Hopkins. Using this list, in addition       Please check the Office of Sustainability
          to buying items second-hand and             website for updates.
          coordinating with your roommate(s), are
          impactful and cost-effective strategies     To learn more, visit JHU Sustainability
          to reduce your resource consumption         at: sustainability.jhu.edu/green-move-
          and environmental impact prior to and       in-move-out.
          during move-in.

          INTERACTIVE RESOURCES
          The Office of Sustainability’s Homewood     resource use, and mitigate harmful
          Sustainability GIS Map and StoryMap         environmental impacts. You can click
          are interactive tools designed to teach     and drag to explore the GIS map, and
          viewers about sustainability efforts        scroll through the more contextual
          made on the Homewood Campus                 StoryMap, while walking around campus
          to improve the natural and built            to learn about the features around you.
          environment, decrease energy and

          GETTING INVOLVED
          Students who are interested in getting      email sustainability@jhu.edu to learn
          more involved with sustainability           more about student groups, the Office
          initiatives across campus should visit      of Sustainability, and the Sustainability
          the Office of Sustainability website or     Leadership Council.

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 Standards
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Community Standards of
                                 Residential Life
          Description                                  Residential Conduct Process
          The safety and well-being of students        Students are responsible for adhering to
          is our primary concern, and we should        all policies within the Living at Hopkins
          all play a role in ensuring the well-being   Guidebook, the Student Conduct
          of all members of our community. The         Code, and other University policies and
          Office of Residential Life, in conjunction   procedures, including without limitation
          with the staff of Community Living,          those available on the University Policies
          Campus Safety & Security, and the            Website. For additional assistance,
          Office of Student Conduct, will offer        please contact a Residential Life staff
          resources and assistance in a myriad         member or the Office of Student
          of circumstances if a member of              Conduct. For updated information
          our community is in a hazardous or           regarding policies and procedures,
          compromising situation.                      please visit the links provided.
          Residents are expected to respect the        Students who are alleged to have
          rights of others by behaving in a fashion    vi o lated Resi denti al Po l i ci es or
          that is considerate of others; further,      University policies or procedures
          residents should take responsibility         (i.e. the respondent) will be afforded
          for their own actions. It is important       the process specified in the Student
          to be aware of and comply with the           Conduct Code: studentaffairs.jhu.
          relevant local, state, and federal laws      edu/policies-guidelines/student-
          as well as the Student Conduct Code          code. Conduct administrators within
          and other University policies and            Residential Life include but are not
          procedures governing student conduct.        limited to the Residence Directors,
          All residents are to cooperate with          Assistant/Associate Director, and the
          and respect Residential Life and other       Director of Residential Life.
          University staff members, as they are
          responsible for enforcing the policies       Sanctions &
          and procedures designed to allow             Corrective Measures
          residents to live, study, and socialize
          together in comfort and community.           The Office of Residential Life uses
                                                       progressive sanctioning and corrective
          Below are both the outline of the
                                                       actions for resolving violations of
          Residential Conduct Process and a non-
                                                       the Living at Hopkins Guidebook,
          exhaustive list of guidelines to follow
                                                       the Student Conduct Code, or other
          related to our Community Standards.
                                                       University policies and procedures.
          To be clear, all students are held to the
                                                       Please refer to the Student
          terms of the Student Conduct Code
                                                       Conduct Code for more information
          and residential students are held to
                                                       studentaffairs.jhu.edu/policies/student-
          those plus these additional elements
                                                       code.
          as they relate to being members of the
          university housing community.

          Record Keeping
          When a student accepts responsibility        as outlined in the Student Conduct
          or is found responsible for violating the    Code: studentaffairs.jhu.edu/policies-
          Student Conduct Code a disciplinary          guidelines/student-code.
          record is created and maintained

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          Description
          Within university housing, students and guests are expected to know, understand,
          and adhere to the following policies and expectations (listed here alphabetically)
          in addition to those outlined in the Student Conduct Code studentaffairs.jhu.edu/
          policies/student-code.
          Please note that in accordance with Student Conduct Code 19. Condoning, students who
          observe or are in the presence of a violation of university policy or law are expected
          to remove themselves from participation and encouraged to report the violation to
          University Staff.

          Alcohol & Other Drugs
          Residential Life, alongside the University, works to support individual students in
          their goals for healthy behavior change while cultivating a healthy environment
          where students can thrive and succeed. Residential Life staff facilitate programming
          and enforce policies around alcohol and other drugs/substances in the halls to
          create safe communities of care and respect. Residential students are also
          encouraged to take advantage of the many resources on campus related to
          substance use or misuse and general wellness, including but not limited to: Health
          and Wellness Center, Center for Health Education and Wellness (CHEW), the
          Counseling Center, the Chaplain’s Office, and various peer education and support
          groups on campus.

          Alcohol
          In accordance with the University’s Student Conduct Code, students who are
          under the legal age for possession/consumption of alcohol may not have alcohol
          in their residential space. The legal age for possession/consumption of alcohol is
          21. This means if any student is under 21 it is illegal for them to possess, consume,
          or purchase alcoholic beverages.
          Students who are under the age of 21:
            • May not host anyone, regardless of age or relationship, who is possessing,
              consuming, selling, providing, or distributing alcohol.
          Students age 21 or older:
            • May only possess and/or consume alcohol in a residence hall room or
              apartment in which all occupants are of legal drinking age.
          Regardless of age, the following are prohibited in residence halls and apartments:
            • High-risk drinking paraphernalia, including but not limited to beer pong tables,
              beer bongs/funnels, kegs, and all items associated with drinking games, with
              or without alcohol.
            • Manufacturing of alcohol.
            • Empty alcohol containers, including but not limited to: beer bottles/cans, wine
              bottles/boxes, and liquor bottles.
          Alcohol, high-risk drinking paraphernalia, and items previously containing alcohol
          may be confiscated and/or discarded.

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                                        Students who observe or are in the presence of a violation of the Alcohol policy,
                                        may be responsible for violating Student Conduct Code 19 Condoning, which
                                        expects that students who observe or are in the presence of a violation of
                                        university policy or law, are expected to remove themselves from participation
                                        and encouraged to report the violation.

                                        Drugs
                                        In accordance with the University’s          participation and encouraged to report
                                        Student Conduct Code, the possession,        the violation.
                                        use, or distribution of illegal drugs or
                                        drug paraphernalia as defined by local,      For incidents involving residential students
                                        state, and federal laws is prohibited at     and alcohol or other drugs, the Office of
                                        any time on University property.             Residential Life follows the progressive
                                                                                     sanctioning guidelines consistent with the
                                        Paraphernalia, drugs, and items              Homewood Undergraduate Alcohol Policies
                                        previously containing drugs may be           studentaffairs.jhu.edu/policies-guidelines/
                                        confiscated and/or discarded.                homewood-alcohol-policy-violations.
                                        Students who observe or are in the           Outcomes may include Parent or Family
                                        presence of a violation of the Drug          Notification, educational programming,
                                        Policy, may be responsible for violating     and other corrective measures. The
                                        Student Conduct Code 19 Condoning,           University and the Office of Residential
                                        which expects that students who              Life reserve the right, at its discretion,
                                        observe or are in the presence of a          to impose different or more stringent
                                        violation of university policy or law, are   outcomes depending on the facts and
                                        expected to remove themselves from           circumstances of a particular case.
                                        AMNESTY AND RESPONSIBLE ACTION PROTOCOL
                                        studentaffairs.jhu.edu/student-life/alcohol-amnesty-policy
                                        To encourage students to immediately seek necessary medical attention for
                                        themselves or others, the University may not impose disciplinary action of record for
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                                        a violation of student alcohol or drug possession or consumption against individual
                                        students or Recognized Student Groups/Organizations when they seek assistance
                                        from on-duty medical staff or law enforcement for a medical emergency or condition.
                                        To initiate the Amnesty & Responsible Action Protocol, you must:
                                          1. Call for help: In the moment of witnessing a medical emergency or personal
                                              crisis, you must take immediate action to call Campus Safety and Security
                                              (410-516-7777), 9-1-1, or if you’re on-campus, contact an RA-on-duty. You may
                                              also use any Blue Light on-campus.
                                          2. Stay: Remain with the individual(s) needing help until the on-duty emergency
                                              medical staff or law enforcement arrive.
                                          3. Cooperate: Provide information and assistance as needed from the emergency
                                              responders and University officials reporting to the needs of the individuals.
                                              Meet with the appropriate University staff following the incident and agree to
                                              the timely completion of any recommended educational alcohol or other drug
                                              corrective measure as assigned by a Conduct Administrator or Hearing Board.
                                        In order for amnesty to apply, a student or Recognized/Student Group/Organization
                                        must follow the above-mentioned steps. This amnesty does not preclude disciplinary
                                                                             action for other violations of applicable policies

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          Anti-Harassment Environment
          Residents and university staff alike,       If any student engages in an
          should take an active role to work          identity-related, bias-related, or
          together to foster a strong residential     hate crime incident (any action or
          and university community by making          situation involving verbal, mental,
          reasonable efforts to discourage other      or physical assault, and/or abuse,
          residents and community members             including harassment, intimidation,
          from engaging in inappropriate or           or other conduct that recklessly or
          abusive conduct. Said conduct or            intentionally endangers or threatens
          pattern of conduct could be related to      the health, safety, or welfare of another
          or stem from inappropriate or unwanted      community member) they will face
          behavior online (computer, email,           serious disciplinary action by the
          social media, messaging platforms,          Office of Residential Life, the Office of
          etc), on the phone (calls, texts, etc),     Institutional Equity, and/or the Office of
          verbal or written communication, or         the Dean of Student Life.
          third party interventions – any of which
          could create a hostile environment          For more information of the University’s
          for an individual or group. Reports         Ha rassment a nd Discri mi nation
          of behavior that alleges harassment,        complaint procedures, visit oie.jhu.edu/
          bullying, or other abusive behaviors will   discrimination-and-harassment/.
          be pursued with serious investigation
          and disciplinary action per University
          procedures.

          Appliance Restrictions
          Small appliances without a visible            • The use of portable comfort
          heating element are acceptable in               heaters is limited to specific types
          University Housing as long as the               and specific needs. All personal
          appliance has an automatic shutoff              comfort heaters must be approved
          function. The following items are               by Health Safety & Environment,
          restricted or prohibited:                       Housing, and Facilities to ensure fire
                                                          and electrical safety. Unauthorized
            • Refrigerators and freezers leased           heaters will be confiscated.
              or brought from home may not                Approved portable comfort heaters
              exceed 5 cubic feet or 1.5 amps.            must meet the criteria outlined in
                                                          the University’s Health, Safety
            • Microwaves must not exceed 1100             & Environment Policy HSE017
              watts.                                      hpo.johnshopkins.edu/hse/
            • Halogen lamps and other lamps               policies/156/10915/policy_10915.
              with plastic heads are prohibited in        pdf?_=0.395319822043.
              University Housing. If found, they
              will be confiscated and disposed of
              properly.
          UNAUTHORIZED OPEN ELEMENT SPACE HEATERS ARE PROHIBITED AND
          WILL BE CONFISCATED.
          Unauthorized air-conditioning units, window or portable, are prohibited and will
          be confiscated.

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