Spring Break 2014
All campus residences (halls, apartments, and The Commons) close for Spring Break
Friday, February 28th at 6:00 p.m.
and re-open Sunday, March 9th at 10:00 a.m.
Important to note:
- Meal service ends with lunch on February 28 and begins with dinner on March 9.
- Campus dining (Wertz dining hall, Jack's Place, and Cafe 1812) is closed during the entire break; in other words, there is no meal plan service during this time.
- Campus Residences function with limited operation (Buildings & Grounds, Custodial, and Residential Life.)
- The Office of Safety & Security is fully operational 24/7.
Closing Your Residence For Break
All residents (halls, apartments, and Commons) are responsible for completing the following (however, the last resident to leave MUST confirm completion):
- Store all open and perishable food in sealed plastic or metal containers.
- Clean your residence and empty your trash.
- Unplug all electrical items except refrigerators and fish tanks. In other words, there should be nothing other than a refrigerator and fish tank plugged into any outlet in a residence. Power strips must also be unplugged from the wall outlets. The College does not take responsibility for plants or fish left over any break.
- Turn off all lights.
- Close and lock all windows.
- Pull the window shade(s) down halfway.
- Lock your door. Be sure you have your ID and room key.
- Move your vehicle to a student parking lot if you plan to leave it on campus during the break.
All housing (except those who are registered to remain on campus) is checked by staff to insure that proper check-out procedures have been followed. Failure to follow closing procedures will result in an Improper Closing fine of $15 (minimum).
Staying on Campus For Break
- Resident students who will be on campus for any/all of break must submit an on-line registration for by 12:00 p.m. on Friday February 28. Failure to register for break housing will be considered an Improper Closing and will result in a $15 fine.
- Break housing residents are permitted to have only break housing residents as guests in their rooms and buildings; they may not have any overnight guests.
- With the exception of the guest policy stated above, All College and Residential Life policies apply to students who remain on campus during break. Please review these policies on the Res Life webpage: http://www.lycoming.edu/residentialLife.
The deadline to register for Spring Break Housing has passed.
If you need to be on campus for any/all of spring break you MUST contact the Office of Residential Life via e-mail at email@example.com .