These expectations are effective July 21, 2020, and apply to all students. The intent is to keep students, faculty, and staff who must be on campus safer. Our community’s health and safety depend on compliance with these standards.
As scientific understanding of the virus increases, it is likely that guidance from public health authorities and directives from the government will change. Please note the following expectations:
College campuses present unique considerations, and Lafayette may deem it necessary to continue restrictions longer than mandated by authorities. Changes to these expectations will be shared via email and updated on this website (conduct.lafayette.edu).
These rules apply on and off campus. Students are expected to behave with care for the community by not hosting or attending large events or failing to follow physical distancing guidelines.
All members of the community must comply with local, state, and federal guidelines and published procedures.
Violations of these rules will result in consequences up to and including removal from College housing and/or suspension from the College. Because violations create a significant health and safety risk for our community, an expedited process will be in place, and an immediate, interim suspension may be imposed while conduct is adjudicated.
*Due to the layout of the 512 March St. apartment building, which is a single building with multiple units and common spaces, residents will be expected to adhere to the guest policy articulated on the Residence Life website.
Last updated 10/17/20