Cleaning Your Space
For the health and safety of our residents, it is critical that a reasonable level of cleanliness be maintained in residential areas. Outlined below are resident and departmental responsibilities. Working together, we can maintain safe and comfortable living spaces.
- Residents in all buildings are responsible for keeping their living spaces clean and free of excessive moisture by following our Resident Responsibilities for Keeping Living Spaces Clean & Free of Excessive Moisture (listed below). For residents of apartments this includes cleaning bedrooms, bathrooms, and shared common spaces.
Services Provided by Student Housing
- Staff conduct health and safety inspections
- Community spaces in residence halls and residential colleges, including community bathrooms in traditional halls, are cleaned by custodial staff twice daily Sunday-Saturday.
- In-room bathrooms and sink areas in contemporary halls are cleaned every two weeks if residents have removed belongings from those areas and have given custodial staff permission to enter their rooms.
Resident Responsibilities for Keeping Living Spaces Clean & Free of Excessive Moisture
Our residents play a key role in keeping our buildings clean and free of excessive moisture. Therefore, it is essential that you fulfill the following responsibilities. You can print this list so that you have a checklist.