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Living by the Rules

Rules and regulations are necessary in order to protect the rights of individual students and the institution, and to ensure a healthy living and learning environ- ment where the growth and development of all students is enhanced. The residence halls are an important place for learning how to be a responsible and contributing member of a community. You are expected to live within the standards of the community and encourage others to do the same.

Residence hall policies have been developed by both students and staff of The Boston Conservatory to support an environment characterized by mutual respect. For example, everyone has the right to reasonable hours of study and sleep, to the security of his or her property, and to his or her personal safety. Actions that infringe on those rights are a violation of residence hall regulations. In general, the regulations in the residence halls have been designed to protect the safety and well-being of all residents.

You are held responsible for following the regulations included in this guide, the Student Handbook, the housing contract, and other official publications produced by The Boston Conservatory. Students are subject to disciplinary action if these regulations are not upheld. Some regulations and policies may need to be changed from time to time, and you will be informed of these changes.

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