need to comply with all federal, state and local laws. Participants are
also expected to comply
with rules and regulations of Lewis University as set forth
in the student handbook.
Abandoned Personal Property
Personal property left on
the premises by a participant is tagged indicating where the property
was found and then held for 30 days at the Conference Services
Participants will not be allowed to make alterations,
changes, repairs, remodeling, and/or painting of the premises
or any University equipment. Participants are not allowed to change
any locks or move any furniture from its usual location.
No outside antennas are permitted.
Chaperones for Minors
24-hour a day chaperones are required by
contract with the group or organization meeting on Lewis
University's campus. The chaperones are responsible for the security and behavior
of the minors in their charge. An adult must live in the residence
hall assigned to the minors, and must accompany them to their
meals and be available at all times.
Damages or Loss of University Property
of room and hall conditions will be maintained and updated by
the Conference Services Office and damages, except normal wear
and tear, will become the responsibility of the sponsoring organization.
In every case, these charges will be specifically itemized and
Fireworks, Firearms and Weapons
The possession of fireworks,
firearms, weapons or candles is prohibited.
NO gambling is permitted on the campus of Lewis
Loss or Damage to Organization Property
University is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged
property of the Conference
Group, it's participants or their guests.
Pets are not permitted in University residence
halls. Anyone found with an animal (excepting disability
companions) will be asked to board it an appropriate kennel and the
will be assessed a $50.00 cleaning and extermination fee.
Right of Entry
Duly authorized agents and representatives
of the University have the right to enter housing space for
the purpose of inspection and maintenance. The University is not
for loss or damage to personal property, including damages
caused by employees in the performance of their duties.
Window Ledges and Safety
For safety reasons, no one is
permitted to be outside on the window ledge for any reason.
Additionally, no objects are permitted outside on the window ledge
laundry bottles etc.)
Alcohol is not permitted in the residence halls, halls of buildings or public areas on campus. Alcohol is only permitted at pre-determined times and pre-determined areas by participants of legal drinking age.
The Smoke-free Illinois Act prohibits smoking in virtually all public places and workplaces, including offices, theaters, museums, libraries, educational institutions, schools, commercial establishments, enclosed shopping centers and retail stores, restaurants, bars, private clubs and gaming facilities. Please see designated smoking areas throughout the campus.