A presentation given by Dave Chappell on the Community Living Survey to the DOS, Rectors, Vice-Rectors and members of the Student Government
The need for a guest policy was assessed through the Community Living Survey, of which one of the questions asked: “Are you ok with strangers staying with students on campus”. 68% responded in the affirmative. This result was submitted to the school administration.
Common sense and common courtesy apply when having guests visit the campus or student residences, whether the guests are Yale-NUS students or not. Students may have guests for brief visits, including one overnight guest per room, but for no longer than a few days. Students may not have guests stay on a regular basis, i.e., every weekend. Hosts are responsible for their guest(s) and should accompany them at all times. Hosts may be held responsible for violations of the guest policy as well as any guest who violates residential or college regulations. Whenever a student has a concern about the presence of a guest in the suite, they should approach the host whom the guest is visiting to express their concerns and to seek to resolve the issues. Such matters can further be addressed by Residential Life staff, including Dean’s Fellows, Vice Rectors, and Rectors.
A breakdown of the results of the Community Living Survey as compiled by Seow Yongzhi
Current Polling Data
How satisfied are you with Yale-NUS’s guest policy?
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Past Polling Data
Are you ok with strangers staying with students on campus?
Student Government Motion
We will advocate a check-in system for visitors who are staying on campus temporarily.
Total Number of Votes