Office of Student Affairs
P.O. Box 5
Hampden Sydney, VA 23943
Hampden-Sydney first held classes on November 10, 1775.
Appendix G: Housing Regulations
Residence hall life is one of the most valuable experiences of a student's college years. It is in this environment of close association that he should learn to balance properly the opposing claims of individual freedom and the rights of others. One of the goals of the College is to develop men sensitive to the rights of others. Thus, you should be open to the requests of others to stop behavior that infringes on their rights. Even more desirable is the development of a sense of self-discipline so that you are intuitively aware that certain acts (e.g., loud playing of a stereo) are ruled out because you know that they are bothersome to others.
A student may have his privilege to live on campus withdrawn for a specified period for any infraction of regulations which indicates unsatisfactory citizenship in the residence hall or fraternity house. In this event, the student may be removed from his campus housing, with no refund of residence hall rent or change in his boarding contract allowed. He may have to live off campus if he is to remain enrolled in the College or he may be banned from his place of residence for specific hours of each day. In the event that he withdraws from the College, there shall be no refund. Written application for permission to live on campus again must be submitted to and approved by the Associate Dean of Students.
Disregard of the following standards, as well as other rules, may subject individuals and entire halls or sections of residence halls to disciplinary action. The entire Code of Student Conduct applies.
Fraternity house managers must live in their respective houses for the academic year.