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The mission of the Office of Student Life is to provide an environment which enhances student learning and individual growth by facilitating relationships and programs intended to develop characteristics desirable in an LSC-educated person. These characteristics include a commitment to civic responsibility, an appreciation for diversity, critical-thinking skills, an appreciation for life-long learning and the ability to develop healthy, productive relationships. This learning should occur within a secure living environment that encourages risk-taking, cooperation and responsible decision-making.
The Department of Student Life is committed to:
- Facilitating an environment which allows students to be academically successful
- Providing leadership opportunities for residents and other opportunities for involvement
- Providing inclusive programming which enhances classroom learning and challenges students intellectually, spiritually, physically and socially
- Creating communities which are free of harassment and are based on respect and an appreciation of differences
- Providing activities which allow students to build relationships with each other and lead to tight-knit communities
- Providing an environment in which students do not have to suffer the second-hand effects of alcohol and other substance abuse
- Creating a disciplined community which is fair and just
- Maintaining facilities which are secure, healthy and clean
- Creating opportunities for students to demonstrate civic responsibility to the LSC community and the community at large
- Creating opportunities for students to have fun
- Working collaboratively with Public Safety, Dining Services, Student Affairs, faculty and other departments on campus to provide an environment which maximizes student potential for personal and academic success
The Department of Student Life is committed to creating and sustaining a community that is characterized by sensitivity, acceptance and celebration of differences. We believe that communities are strengthened and enriched by the presence of diversity. To that end, we wish to create an environment which is welcoming to people of diverse ethnicity, ability, age, religion, gender and sexual orientation. We are committed to promoting such an environment through our interactions, programs and outreach to students.
We urge you to take this opportunity to learn more about those who are different from you. A willingness to learn about diversity results in increased awareness, strengthened friendships, rich experiences and greater insight. There is perhaps no greater place to explore new horizons than an institution of higher learning.
We are committed to confronting situations of intolerance that seek to destroy the spirit of acceptance and respect. Such acts are irreconcilable with the mission of our college. We urge you to do the same. We must each take responsibility to create a community where all members feel as if they matter and are respected and appreciated.
A residence hall at Lyndon State College achieves community when:
- The residents within the community can identify each other by name and know something about each other
- The residents establish and foster working relationships with common goals
- The residents celebrate individual differences while forming a shared identity and common language
- The residents exhibit their mutual trust by looking out for the well-being of others
- Residents support each others intellectual and personal development
- The residents make sacrifices for the good of the community
The Office of Student Life at LSC expects to foster successful residence hall communities. To that end we will work toward:
- Residents and RAs who know each others names and some pertinent information about each individual
- Have residents who wish to stay involved in and return to that community
- Have residents who take pride in identifying with that community
- Have residents who take responsibility for their actions
- Respect the sanctity of the residence hall itself
- Establish a common goal to improve the life in the residence hall
- Have residents and leaders who work together in consensus
- Discover and respond to the needs of their residents
- Sustain the qualities necessary for academic success
- Grant opportunities for growth to all of their residence hall members
- Pledge to understand and celebrate the diversity inherent in the community
Lyndon State Colleges Housing Policy complies with the Vermont State Colleges Housing Policy Number 304, approved September 24, 1983, by the Board of Trustees.
It is a condition of admission to Lyndon State College, to the extent that campus housing is available, that unmarried students, students not in a civil union, or whose legal domiciles are not within commuting distance are required to live on campus for two academic years (space permitting). Those accepted as sophomores are required to live on campus for one academic year. Once a housing contract has been signed, the agreement with the college is binding for a full academic year. The Director of Student Life or designee may authorize exceptions due to extraordinary circumstances. In practice, exceptions are granted in the following circumstances:
- Students who are age 24 or older
- Students who have achieved junior standing (according to credit hours)
- Students who are graduates of approved high schools (see list below) and will be commuting from their legal residence in that school district
- Students who have custody of their children
- Students who can document a medical reason for exception (physical or mental health, with documentation from a physician or mental health professional)
- Students who can document a compelling fiscal reason for exception (the Director of Financial Aid makes a recommendation based upon a significant change in financial circumstances since the signing of the contract or an assessment that the student is among the very small percentage of our most fiscally challenged students)
- Limited other cases merit special consideration, but these are very rare
The Director of Student Life, sometimes in consultation with the Associate Dean of Student Affairs, hears requests for exception. The Associate Dean serves as an appeal for students who are displeased with the Directors decision. After the opening of a semester, any student who moves out of college housing without the permission of the Director of Student Life or designee shall be financially responsible for the full term of the residence hall contract.
High schools acceptable for commuting students:
- North: North Country Union High School, Lake Region Union High School, Lyndon Institute
- South: St. Johnsbury Academy, Blue Mountain Union High School, Oxbow Union High School
- West: Danville High School, Cabot High School, Hazen Union High School, Twinfield Union High School, Craftsbury Academy
- East: Concord High School
- New Hampshire schools: Littleton High School, Woodsville High School, Lisbon High School, White Mountains Regional High School, White Mountains School, Haverhill High School
- Border Schools: Union 32, Montpelier High School, Spaulding High School
Residence halls are:
- Service House (Gray)
- Rita Bole Complex
Student Life Policies, Procedures and Regulations
Lyndon State College strongly opposes the illegal and inappropriate use of alcohol. Violations of alcohol policy and regulations will result in judicial action which may result in sanctions up to and including dismissal from the college. The Lyndon State College Alcohol Policy is congruent with Vermont state law, local regulations, and the mission of the college and is promulgated to assure the appropriate distribution and consumption of alcoholic beverages on the campus. The administration and interpretation of the Alcohol Policy ultimately rests with the President or designee, who, in this instance, is the Associate Dean of Student Affairs and the Director of Student Life.
- 1.0 Basic regulations:
- 1.1 Consumption of alcoholic beverages on college property is a privilege accorded under specified conditions to individuals of legal age according to Vermont Law, in areas defined as private domicile (i.e., individual student rooms and the President’s house). Reasonable use shall not include kegs, cases, or BYOB parties.
- 1.2 Recognizing that not all individuals may choose to consume alcoholic beverages and recognizing the social emphasis of all events, any functions providing an alcoholic beverage must also provide two nonalcoholic beverages.
- 1.3 The sponsoring individual or organization must furnish information concerning the program, facility arrangements, food service needs, and the type and amount of beverages to be served, as directed on the Alcohol Permit and Event Registration Form. Forms are available from the Associate Dean of Student Affairs.
- 1.4 All recognized organizations and sponsors of registered social events are prohibited from providing alcohol to minors. Consistent with, and related to this restriction, the serving of kegs, beer balls, and alcohol/punch drink may only be done by a licensed caterer (ARAMARK). See 3.0 below for an explanation of the approved process.
- 1.5 Any event which includes alcohol as part of its program should focus upon the social nature of the event in its promotional campaign and not emphasize the sale or availability of alcoholic beverages at said event.
- 1.6 The safe occupancy level of the approved space must be determined and steps taken to insure compliance with the Fire and Safety Code of LSC and the State of Vermont.
- 1.7 No alcohol maybe carried into or consumed in non residence hall areas, including outdoor areas and at intercollegiate athletic/intramural events, with the exception of approved designated areas (sec 1.1), without the submission and approval of the Alcohol Permit and Event Registration Form.
- 1.8 Scheduled events must remain within the approved designated area.
- 1.9 A charge of no less than $100 will be billed to the organization sponsoring an event if the facility used is not properly cleaned within eight hours after the function has ended.
- 2.0 Residence Halls:
- 2.1 Students who are age 21 or older may possess or consume alcohol in their residence hall rooms or in rooms where at least one resident is age 21 or older. In rooms where all residents are under age 21, alcohol may not be possessed or consumed. In no instance may the number of open alcohol containers in a room exceed the number of individuals who are age 21 or older and are in the room. An excessive number of empty containers being present in a room could lead to the presumption that those of legal age provided alcohol to individuals present who are under age 21. In residence halls which are designated as alcohol-free, and on floors of residence halls which are so designated, no alcohol maybe possessed or consumed.
- 2.2 No physical evidence of alcohol possession may be displayed or used as decorations which are visible in the window of a residence hall room.
- 2.3 Only a reasonable quantity of alcohol may be present in a legal drinker’s residence hall room. No kegs, half-kegs, quarter-kegs, beer balls, cases or other quantities in excess of what may be reasonably and safely consumed may be present.
- 3.0 Campus-Wide, Licensed Events:
- 3.1 The sponsoring organization must complete and have approved the Alcohol Permit and Event Registration Form at least seven (7) days prior to the event, if scheduled in a licensed facility. For events not scheduled in a licensed facility, a minimum of fifteen (15) days advanced notice is required. These forms are available from the Associate Dean of Student Affairs Office. Completion of the form indicates an understanding of the Alcohol Policy and a responsibility to fulfill the regulations therein.
- 3.2 The sponsoring organization or individuals must assume financial responsibility for all associated costs (e.g., security, damages, etc.).
- 4.0 Responsibility and Liability
For any party or other event, the persons who sign the required application or registration forms are responsible for the safe conduct of the event. Staff persons involved in clearance procedures are responsible for ensuring that the event is conducted in a safe and acceptable fashion and for monitoring the event for the general safety of the participants. Situations determined to be in noncompliance with regulations of the Alcohol Policy may be immediately suspended by appropriate college staff. Responsibility for any adverse consequences that may occur as the result of a party or other event may implicate any person or group involved with that event, in particular those planning and monitoring its outcome. Any violation of this policy shall be reported to the appropriate dean.
All students, with the exception of graduating seniors, must vacate their rooms within 24 hours after their last exam or at the designated time of hall closing, whichever comes first. Room keys must be turned in when the room is vacated or a $25 charge per key will result. (The key must be returned to the designated hall staff member.)
If a room/suite is left unclean or unsanitary each occupant will be billed for cleaning ($50 minimum).
Lyndon State College recognizes that residence hall students have a right to expect reasonable and appropriate privacy while residing in their rooms. The College also recognizes the necessity and importance of residence hall students respecting the moral standards and individual rights of roommates and suite-mates, especially as related to sensitive topics, such as sexual activity.
Under no circumstances may students live in a room other than the one to which they were assigned.
The College does not condone cohabitation of residence hall students and at no time should a student have an overnight guest against the expressed discontent of a roommate(s).
Guests are allowed to stay no more than three days within a seven-day period. No guest may stay anywhere on campus for more than three days at a time. All guests must wait seven days after their registered date of departure before they can re-register. Residents are fully responsible for guests and their behavior. Hosts will be held responsible for policy violations committed by their guests. Guests must: 1) Obtain a guest registration form from the Residence Hall Director or Resident Assistant; 2) Have the roommate(s) sign the guest registration form; 3) Complete the guest registration form and have it signed by the residence hall director or resident assistant. Any policy violation committed by guest will result in disciplinary action for the host.
If a student feels aggrieved on this matter, the following should occur:
- Students should tell roommates that they dont wish a third party in the room or that they feel uncomfortable with the sexual behavior in the room. If this fails, the roommate should make his/her hall director or resident assistant aware of the problem.
- If the behavior continues, the residence staff member will then call both parties together to mediate the problem. At this time the roommate contract will be referred to, to assist in the mediation process.
- If mediation fails, the Director of Student Life will be notified for further mediation or judicial action. If the Director of Student Life is unavailable the Associate Dean of Student Affairs may be notified.
- Under no circumstances should a student feel that he/she is expected to tolerate roommate activities that are contrary to the reasonable standards of conduct expected of Lyndon State College students.
Cooking is allowed only in kitchen facilities. The use of electrical appliances that do not comply with applicable fire codes and regulations is prohibited. Outdoor grills (other than those owned by ARAMARK) can only be used if the grill is a minimum of 100 feet away from the buildings. Gas grills are prohibited, and no grill shall be stored in a student room or within 100 feet of any residence hall.
Students are responsible for keeping all residence hall kitchen facilities clean. The housekeeping staff does not wash dishes for you. Suites may be fined daily for failure to properly maintain their suite kitchenette area. Students may not use suite kitchenette areas to store empty bottles/cans of any kind. For a list of items that are not allowed on campus please click Frequently Asked Questions.
Custodial service is provided in the public common areas and bathrooms with the exception of the Rita Bole residence hall. Residents are expected to clean their rooms and must provide their own cleaning supplies. Vacuum cleaners are available from the hall staff. Personal items are not to be left in bathrooms and common areas. Students will be warned; however, disciplinary action will result if students continue to leave personal items in common areas.
Students are required to pay for damages to or theft of items from a room or a public or social area and its furnishings, including door locks/handles, as assessed by the Director of Student Life or the hall directors. All damages or theft occurring in residence areas will be divided equally among the occupants for the academic year, unless the Director of Student Life or hall directors are notified of the individual(s) specifically responsible and such liability can be verified or substantiated. All damage or theft which can be attributed to given individuals will be billed directly to them. Any student who wishes to appeal a damage charge must do so within five days of receiving notification of damage and subsequent charges. This appeal should be sent to the attention of the Director of Student Life in Rita Bole 304.
Students are responsible for the actions of their guests. Any damage done by a guest on campus will be the responsibility of the registered host. For a complete explanation of the guest policy, please see cohabitation/guest policy.
Furnishings supplied by the College may not be removed from a residence hall room or lounge area. Any student removing such items may be charged for the full replacement cost and be liable for disciplinary action, including a daily fine, in accordance with College and residence hall regulations.
Tampering with the cable TV system may result in a loss of service to the general residence hall community and is illegal according to Vermont law. Students found guilty of tampering with the cable TV system are subject to a fine and judicial action as appropriate.
Lyndon State College condemns the illegal and inappropriate use of drugs. Violations of the drug policy will result in judicial action which may result in sanctions up to and including dismissal from the college. The possession of stimulants, narcotics, hallucinogens or any controlled or regulated drugs (except on a physicians or dentists prescription), is prohibited; as is the selling, bartering, exchanging or giving away of such drugs to any person not intended to possess them. Offenses involving the use and/or possession of drugs will subject a student to disciplinary action by the college, and possible civil litigation or criminal prosecution. The college will cooperate with local, state and federal authorities in the elimination of illicit drug trafficking.
The possession of firearms, fireworks, explosives, knives or other weapons of any kind and replicas or facsimiles thereof (including paint and bb guns) is prohibited on campus or in residence halls as they pose a substantial danger to the safety of all students. Please be advised that knives with a blade in excess of 3 are not permitted on campus. This also includes but is not limited to switchblades and butterfly knives with blades of any length. The term weapon also includes items that may be legal but which could be used in an illegal manner or which someone could perceive as placing them in danger of immediate harm (e.g., box cutter, pipe, etc.)
- Policy Statement - It is the policy of the Vermont State Colleges (VSC) that no member of the VSC community may participate or be involved in hazing. A student or employee will be subject to disciplinary action for: (1) engaging in hazing; (2) soliciting, directing, aiding or abetting, or attempting to aid or abet another person engaged in hazing; and (3) knowingly failing to take reasonable measures within the scope of the persons authority to prevent hazing. It is not a valid defense against charges of hazing that the student against whom the hazing was directed consented to or acquiesced in the hazing activity.
- Definition - Hazing means any act committed by a person, whether individually or in concert with others, against a student in connection with pledging, being initiated into, affiliating with, holding office in, or maintaining membership in any organization which is affiliated with the Vermont State Colleges or any member College thereof; and which is intended to have the effect of, or should reasonably be expected to have the effect of, humiliating, intimidating or demeaning the student or endangering the mental or physical health of a student. Hazing also includes soliciting, directing, aiding, or otherwise participating actively or passively in the above acts. Hazing occurs regardless of the consent or willingness of a person to participate in the activity. Hazing may occur on or off the campus of a member College of the Vermont State Colleges. Hazing shall not include any activity or conduct that furthers legitimate curricular, extracurricular, or military training program goals, provided that:
- the goals are approved by the member College; and
- the activity or conduct furthers the goals in a manner that is appropriate, contemplated by the member College, and normal and customary for similar programs at other educational institutions.
- Organization means an athletic team, association, corporation, order, society, corps, cooperative, club, or other similar group, whose members primarily are students at a member College, and which is affiliated with the College.
- Keys are assigned by residence hall staff members.
- If you lose your key, report it immediately to the hall director. Replacements are charged at a rate of $25 per key.
- Students must return keys to a residence staff member when checking out of a room. Failure to return an original room or suite key when leaving at the end of the semester or academic year will result in a $25 fine per key.
- It is against college regulations to have a residence hall key duplicated. It is also against college policy to loan your keys to anyone else. Tampering with locks and doors may result in a judicial hearing and a possible fine. Estimated cost of replacing a residence hall room lock is $200.
Laundry facilities are available in each set of residence halls. All machines are coin operated. Change machines may also be found at various places around campus.
Students are expected to have their room keys and ID cards with them at all times. Residential Life Staff members should be contacted to open doors only under unusual circumstances. An excessive number of requests to have a students room unlocked will result in disciplinary action.
This service is handled by Public Safety.
Courtesy hours are in effect 24 hours a day on-campus. Courtesy hours require that all residents no matter what time of day consider the impact that noise levels from their room have on other residents.
Students should remember that the LSC residence halls are within close proximity of all academic buildings. Students should not play music outside of their windows or place speakers in their window. Violations of this policy will result in disciplinary action and/or confiscation of equipment.
Residents are expected to respect the rights of others with regard to noise levels. Violation of individual rights or established quiet hours will result in disciplinary action.
Quiet hours are maintained Sunday through Thursday from 10:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. and Friday and Saturday from 1:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Quiet hours must also be maintained outside of all residence halls. Students who are repeatedly warned about loud stereo systems will have them confiscated. Use of sub-woofers and amplifiers is prohibited if excessive volume results.
Additionally, courtesy hours are in effect 24 hours a day. Bayley residence hall has a 24 hours quiet policy.
Pets (except for fish in aquariums that are not larger than 10 gallons) cannot be in residence halls under any circumstances. Students violating this rule will face disciplinary action.
All requests for room changes should be directed to the Office of Student Life or your Resident Hall Director. Changing rooms without proper permission is a violation of campus policy.
Students are not allowed to paint their rooms or suites. Duct tape damages painted surfaces and is not allowed in the residence halls. Students are not permitted to use staples, tacks, screws or nails in their rooms. We encourage the use of blue painters tape to post any items on residence hall walls.
The state Fire Marshall’s office requires that no more than 10 people be in a double room at any time. No more than 5 people are allowed in a single room at any time.
In order to ensure the safety of all residents, the rules listed below are strictly enforced. The following are not allowed:
- Storage of bicycles, motorcycles, furniture, skis or other items in residence hall corridors, stairwells, lounges or entry ways
- Throwing or dropping items from windows or down stairwells of any residence hall
- Waterbeds and personal beds
- Installation of outside antennas or other exterior devices on roofs or from windows Access to roofs or window ledges
LSC community members are prohibited from skateboarding, snowboarding, biking, or in-line skating on campus unless they are using a skateboard, snowboard, bike, or in-line skates as a form of transportation from one location to another. Trick riding on curbs, benches and buildings is strictly prohibited. These actions present a safety hazard and are very disruptive to others. Recreational riding is permitted in parking lots around campus (away from vehicles).
There is a no smoking policy in all residence halls.
- 1.0 Purpose: Vermont law required that Lyndon State College have a smoking policy that either prohibits smoking or restricts smoking to designated smoking areas. This policy prohibits smoking on the Lyndon State College campus except in specifically designated areas. 2.0 Statement of Policy
- 2.0 Smoking at Lyndon State College is restricted to designated campus parking lots only.
- 3.0 Responsibilities: All students, faculty, staff, and visitors are expected to abide by this policy. Violations will be reported to the Public Safety Department. Noncompliance with this policy may result in disciplinary action under the student code of conduct or the appropriate collective bargaining agreement/employee handbook.
During snow emergencies, student-owned vehicles must be moved to designated areas so snow can be plowed. Notices declaring a snow emergency will be sent to you via LSC e-mail.
Students are not permitted to use their rooms for any commercial purposes. Soliciting in the residence halls, campus buildings or the grounds is prohibited, unless approved in writing by the Associate Dean of Student Affairs.
The college is not able to store items for the summer. Students must remove all personal belongings from their rooms at the end of the academic year. During vacation and intercession periods, students should remove all valuables from their rooms. The college is not liable or responsible for losses.
Residence halls are closed for designated periods during the academic year. Between the fall and spring semesters students are not permitted to stay over. All appliances are to be unplugged, and the residential life staff inspects all rooms. There are three one-week breaks during the academic year when students may formally request to stay on campus for academic or other college-related reasons. This request should be submitted at least one week prior to break.
Students who stay for extra nights prior to the opening of the residence halls for the semester or during breaks will be assessed a $50.00 charge per night and will face further judicial action.
The residential community saves energy by:
- Turning off lights when leaving a room, even for a short while.
- Turning off faucets completely.
- Reporting any leaking faucets to the residence hall staff.
- Using energy efficient light bulbs when available.
- Reporting excessive heat to the residence hall staff and keeping all windows closed during the winter.
The following are strictly prohibited:
- Unapproved cooking or heating appliances in individual room or suite areas
- Extension cords running under rugs and/or overloading of electrical outlets
- Tampering with any electrical or lighting fixtures
- Plugging in car batteries or heaters through windows or doors of residence halls
- Extension cords that are not UL rated, and heavy duty cords that are not three-wire grounded will not be allowed. (a UL-rated multiple outlet center with an on/off switch and pilot light with circuit breaker protection is recommended)
The following are strictly prohibited:
- Storage or use of flammable fluids in building
- Misuse of fire equipment
- Any open or enclosed flames and incense or candles
- Large fabric ceiling hangings that are not flat against the ceiling
- Wall hangings that are not flat against the wall
- Fire crackers
- Using wiring conduit to hang items from
- No more than 15 people in a triple, no more than 10 people in a double and no more than 5 people in a single at one time
The following list represents items that are acceptable in residence halls (They must be U.L. approved; no cooking appliances are allowed in the suite area).
- desk lamp dvd/vcr player
- small television
- blue painters tape (only adhesive allowed on residence hall walls)
- small microwave
- electric blanket
- electric shaver
- electric iron
- clock/clock radio
- small stereo
- floor lamp
- personal computer
- small refrigerator (6 cubic feet)
- coffee pot (not submersible)
Under no circumstances are the following items allowed in residence halls. Students are expected to use good judgment in the assessment of the safety of the items they bring to school (this is not an exhaustive list).
- toaster/toaster ovens
- flammable decorations
- hot plates
- electric fry pans
- decorative lighting
- electric corn poppers
- immersion coils
- space heaters
- halogen lights
- incense candles (including wickless)
- lava lamps
- homemade lofts and cinder blocks
- live trees or boughs
- neon lights/signs
- duct tape
- plastic self-adhesive hooks
- lamps with insufficient shade material to protect from heat
- water balloons
- water guns
- paint ball guns
- sling shots
While the college recognizes students’ rights to privacy in their rooms and personal effects, students should be on notice that there are times when authorized college representatives may, without specific consent, enter their rooms unannounced and/or check for conditions or articles causing concerns, even in closed spaces. Room entry may occur for purposes of housekeeping, repairs and maintenance, or when there is reasonable basis for legitimate concern about the health, welfare or safety of any of those who occupy the room or other persons or when there is reasonable basis to believe that there may be a violation of college policies, rules or regulations. An inspection or search of closed spaces may occur when there is a reasonable basis, either existing beforehand or resulting from room entry, to justify the inspection or search because of legitimate concern about the health, welfare or safety of any of those who occupy the room or about other persons.
Examples of such reasonable basis may include but are not limited to: a leak that requires inspection of a closed space such as a cabinet or drawer, a standard safety check during break periods or the discovery upon room entry of evidence of violation of the law or school rules, including rules on drugs, alcohol or weapons. There are numerous other situations that could constitute reasonable basis to justify an inspection or search.
The Student Life and Maintenance departments of Lyndon State College may conduct fire inspections once a semester. The inspection will be done without notice and students’ rooms may be entered without the occupants being present. If a student is notified of an infraction, he/she will have 48 hours to correct the problem or face judicial sanctions.
On a periodic basis, the State Fire Marshal’s office inspects the residence halls. Again, if a student is notified of an infraction, he/she will have 48 hours or less to correct the problem or face sanctions by the college or the state.
A staff member may not open a student’s room if another student has requested the door be unlocked to retrieve borrowed items (such as books, records, class assignments, etc.). The staff has a responsibility to protect the privacy of the resident(s) of a particular room.
These charges are assessed to students separate from the judicial process. They are listed here for informational purposes:
- Housekeeping violation - $50 minimum
- Lost ID replacement charge - $25
- Lost keys/keys not returned - $25 per key
- Maintenance Problems: See your residence hall staff member.
- Emergency: If your residence hall staff member is unavailable, contact the Residential Life Office, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, at Ext. 6419. On weekends, evenings and holidays, contact Public Safety by dialing “6452” and wait for a telephone or radio response.
- Fire Emergency: If a fire occurs, set off an internal alarm (red pull box) and leave the building immediately. Call Public Safety at ext. 6452 from another building.
- Medical Emergency: Contact Lyndon Rescue at 911. For other medical problems, make an appointment with Health Services at ext. 6440.
- Absences-Student | Student Affairs | RBC 304 | x6418
- Academic Dean | Donna Dalton | RBC 304 | x6406
- Academic Support | Debra Bailin | LAC | x6210
- Project Excel | Judy Little | LAC | x6210
- Activities | CAB Office | Vail 215C | 6363
- Admissions | Bernie Hartshorn | Vail 308 | x6499
- Arnold/Bayley | RHD Office | Bay. 502 | x6324
- Athletics | Chris Ummer | Gym 104 | x6224
- Bills & Fees | Student Services | Vail 348 | x6396
- Bookstore Manager | Vail 204 | x6466
- Facilities (scheduling) | Donna Wheeler | Vail 330 | x6498
- Career Service | Linda Wacholder | Vail 318 | x6441
- Class Cancellations | Academic Dean’s Office | RBC 304 | x6767
- Change of Major | Student Services | Vail 348 | x6396
- Change of Advisor | Student Services | Vail 348 | x6396
- Commuter Concerns | Associate Dean of SA | RBC 304 | x6418
- Counseling | Counseling Services | Brown House | x6440
- Degree Audit | Evelyn Franz | Vail 352 | x6495
- Disabilities services | Learning Specialist | Vail 328 | x6210
- Drop-Add Procedures | Student Services | Vail 348 | x6396
- Emergency Service | Ambulance | 911
- Emergency Service | Fire | 911
- Emergency Service | Public Safety | Vail 340 | x1111
- FAX (Students) | Bookstore | Vail 204 | x8967
- Financial Aid | Tanya Bradley | Vail 374 | x6216
- Food Service | Steven Smith | Dining Hall | x6266
- Health Services | Physician and P.A. | Brown House | x6440
- Housing | Student Life | RBC 304 | x6418
- I.D. Cards | George Hacking | Vail 340 | x6432
- Info. technology | Help Desk | Library 213 | x6456
- Information | Switchboard | Vail 332 | x0
- Insurance-student | Student Services | Vail 348 | x6463
- Intramural Programs | Sue Henry | Gym 102 | x6242
- Keys | Tom Archer | Maintenance | x6454
- Library Information | Library | x6450
- Library Circulation | Donna Edwards | Library | x6447
- Lost & Found | Public Safety Vail 340 | x6452
- Mailroom | Rhonda Trucott | Vail 109 | x6473
- NEBHE Eligibility | Admissions Office | Vail 308 | x6413
- Registrar | Vail 373 | x6492
- Newspaper (LSC) | Critic Office | Vail 104 | x6215
- Parking Permits/Fines | George Hacking Vail 340 | x6432
- Payroll-student | Paulsha George | Vail 369 | x6461
- Cynthia Robertson | RBC 304 | x6218
- Public Safety | George Hacking | Vail 340 | x6432
- Poland/Rogers | RHD Office| RBC A212 | 427-1740
- Pool Info | Sue Henry | Gym 102 | x6242
- Pool Schedule | x6769
- President’s Office | Carol Moore | Vail 368 | x6404
- Registration | Student Services | Vail 348 | x6494
- Rita Bole | RHD Office | RBC A212 | 427-1740
- Student Activities | RBC 304 | x6418
- Students’ Rights | Jonathan Davis, Assoc. Dean SA | x6418
- Dean of Academic and Student Affairs | RBC 304 | x6418
- Student Government Senate president Vail 215A | x6483
- Study Abroad Options | Debra Bailin | Vail 324 | x6210
- TDD Number for Hearing Impaired | 802-626-6273
- Training Room | Peter Guilfoyle | G13/G15 | x6362
- Transcripts | Sherri Wood | Vail 348 | x4853
- Transfers Heather Ring | Vail 350 | x6409
- Vehicle Reservations | Tom Archer | Maintenance | x6454
- Veteran’s Affairs | Sherri Wood | Vail 348 | x4853
- Weather Phone Recorded Message | x6421
- Wheelock/SERVICE House | RHD Office | Wheelock 103 | x6330
- Whitelaw/Crevecoeur | RHD Office | Whitelaw 601 | x6326
- Withdrawals | Sherri Wood | Vail 348 | x4853
- Work study Eligibility | Jennifer Aubin | Vail 348 | x6217
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The Student Code of Conduct promotes the necessary order, safety and security of the Lyndon State College community. The mission of Lyndon State College’s judicial system is to function as an educational process. The goals of the judicial system are:
- To promote a campus environment that supports the overall educational mission of the college.
- To protect the college community from disruption and harm.
- To encourage appropriate standards of individual and group behavior.
- To foster ethical standards and civic virtues.
The judicial system fulfills its mission by providing programs and services that:
- Develop, disseminate, interpret and enforce campus regulations.
- Help students to model appropriate behavior.
- Intervene effectively when behavior violates the Code of Conduct.
- Offer educational and leadership opportunities for students who participate in the operation of the judicial system.
The Associate Dean of Student Affairs’ office shall maintain disciplinary records, tracking system, and a log, which shall include, but not be limited to, the student’s name and related identifying information; applicable Code of Conduct section(s); parties involved; description of the incident, sanction, restrictions and any other data deemed relevant. Disciplinary records and related information shall be made available to members of hearing boards, appeals committees and appropriate college personnel who have legitimate professional and educational interest; this includes student members of the appeals committees and other appropriate college personnel, as necessary. If a student has been found guilty of a second alcohol/drug policy violation, parents will be notified of the violation. Additionally, if a first offense is serious enough, i.e., results in hospitalization, injury to others or self, parents may also be notified.
Students may arrange to review their own disciplinary records and related information by contacting the Student Affairs office. For a complete statement of student rights pertaining to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), please contact the Associate Dean of Student Affairs office or the Student Service office.