Housing Policies

All Mote Hall and Residence Hall residents are required to participate in the Full Meal Plan. All apartment residents are required to participate in an Apartment Meal Plan. The Food Court is located in the Student Center, and is within 10 minutes of any complex. The Food Court provides 17 meals a week, including a brunch on Saturday and Sunday, but are open throughout the day weekdays for use with your debit meal card. It is closed on all holidays and college vacations.

 

Options for roommate assignment include private living (Mote Hall and apartments), semi-private living (two-bedroom apartment only), or roommate living (Residence Hall and apartments). All Residence Hall assignments are double occupancy. Fill out your application request carefully and pay special attention to the backside of the application where you can provide crucial information to assist with roommate assignment. You can always choose your own roommate, but if you do not, and you request roommate living, one will be assigned to you based on the information you provide on your application.

 

Roommate assignment is a difficult process, so if your roommate does not work out, CWC will work with you to provide an alternate assignment. We only ask that you work hard at resolving any conflicts first before utilizing a roommate change request. Contact the Housing Manager for any information on roommate or room changes and the Housing Manager will work with you and your roommate to either resolve the situation or make the necessary changes.

 

Central Wyoming College has a variety of policies to address behavior which is contrary to the Housing community standards. Each student is informed of the entire policy structure when they are checked into Housing, but please note that CWC is a non-alcohol campus, regardless of age. Disciplinary action will be taken against any resident or guest who violates this or any other substance abuse policy. Also, while the complexes are co-ed, all room/apartment assignments are done single sex. No co-habitation is allowed unless married. Visitation is also somewhat controlled; requiring guests to register with the Housing Office and still requires no co-habitation. Contact a Resident Assistant for more information.

Quiet hours exist in all complexes. They are 10 p.m. to 10 a.m., Sunday through Thursday and Midnight to 10 a.m., Friday and Saturday. During these times it is expected that all noise will be kept at a minimum.

 

To comply with fire codes and to further enhance the safety of all residents, smoking and any open flame (including incense) are not allowed in ANY complex within Housing. Smoking is allowed outside facilities, but great care is encouraged to maintain the safety of the entire complex and proper disposal of cigarette ends is required.

 

SEX OFFENDERS AND FELONS

Central Wyoming College does not permit persons who are required to register as sex offenders or major offenders under the laws of any state or nation to reside in any College-owned or leased residence hall, apartment or other housing facility ("College housing").  Any person requesting to live in College housing must disclose any such registration requirement.  Failure to disclose will result in involuntary removal from College housing and forfeiture of any deposit or fees paid for housing.  
 
The College reserves the right on a case-by-case basis to deny the request of any person to reside in College housing or to involuntarily remove any person already admitted to College housing due to the conviction of any felony or misdemeanor offense which, in the judgment of the College, indicates that the person who has been convicted of such an offense has the potential to disrupt the normal functioning of College housing, engage in conduct that may endanger the health or safety of any person residing in College housing, including self, or otherwise negatively impact the residential community.
 
The College reserves the right on a case-by-case basis to deny the request of any person to reside in College housing or to involuntarily remove any person already admitted to College housing due to disciplinary infractions brought against the person by any other educational institution of which the College is made aware when such disciplinary infractions indicate a propensity for the person to engage in disruptive or dangerous activities, alcohol or drug possession, defiance of housing or other staff or any other reason considered, in the opinion of the College, to be significant enough to endanger the health or safety of any person residing in College housing, including self, or otherwise negatively impact the residential community.
 
The decision of whether or not to deny the request for College housing or remove any person already admitted to College housing and the seriousness of the felony or misdemeanor offense or educational institution disciplinary infraction upon which such decision is based is at the sole discretion of the College and is not subject to appeal.

 

Consistent with its mission to value diversity and to treat all individuals with dignity and respect, Central Wyoming College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its educational program services or activities. The college makes reasonable accommodations to serve students with special needs and offers services to students who have the ability to benefit.
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