Are guests allowed in my residence hall room?
Residents are permitted to have one Purdue West Lafayette student guest in their residential living community. A residential living community is defined as any space beyond a swipe access point/key controlled door that grants access to floor hallways and lounges, stairwells, and individual student rooms/apartments. Within individual student rooms/apartments, residents are permitted to have one Purdue West Lafayette student guest per occupant of that room/apartment.
For example, if the space has one assigned resident that allows one guest for total of two people. Two assigned residents allow for one guest each, which is a total of four people. Three assigned residents with one guest each is a total of six people. Resident roommates of the room must agree on any visitors. The guest hours and escort policy for the residence halls remain the same. For more information on how University Residences is protecting Purdue, please click here.