Summer Engineering Academy students
are expected to:
all classes and study sessions on time and prepared to work.
all assignments given by Summer Engineering Academy instructors.
to the class expectations established by each instructor.
all SEA recreational activities, unless excused by the Program Director.
in the residence hall by 12:00 a.m. each night of the program.
to the policies and procedures established by the University of Pittsburgh Residence
*Failure to follow these
expectations may result in a students' dismissal from the Summer Engineering
Academy or the University of Pittsburgh.
University Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Procedures contains
information about the regulations and standards that have been established for
Pitt students by the University, as well as a description of your
responsibilities and rights as a Pitt student.
Key regulations/standards from this document are listed below. Please refer to the Student Code of
Conduct and Judicial Procedures for more detailed information:
In accordance with Pennsylvania state
law, you must be 21-years-old or older to possess, consume, or transport
alcoholic beverages in University housing buildings. All alcoholic beverages
must be registered with the desk attendant, and the amount registered per
person per week is strictly regulated.
Residents are responsible for their
actions and the actions of their visitors should any damages or injuries result
during or after the consumption of alcoholic beverages in University housing.
See the Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Procedures
for the complete alcohol policy.
Upon check-in, please accurately
complete a “Room Condition Report” form.
are financially responsible for damages you cause to University property. If a
reasonable investigation cannot attribute damage to one or more individuals,
financial responsibility may be assigned to your entire living unit.
students have the right to be free from harassment and discrimination based
upon but not limited to factors such as sexual orientation, color, race,
ethnicity, national origin, religion, handicap, marital status, age, or veteran
status. Individuals and groups can be targets of harassment, and it can occur
via telephone, mail, e-mail, or face-to-face.
of harassment should immediately report the incident to their resident
director, the Division of Student Affairs (412-648-1006), or the Office of
Affirmative Action (412-648-7860).
following are not permitted in, on, or about, the students’ University housing
Students are required to observe Quiet
Hours in residence halls as follows and are expected to maintain a level of
reasonable quietness at all other times:
entire campus of the University of Pittsburgh is smoke free, including
residence halls and apartments.
Student use, possession, distribution,
or sale of narcotics, dangerous drugs, hallucinogens, or controlled substances
is prohibited in all University buildings. Also, student possession of drug
paraphernalia that can be linked to drug activity is prohibited. See the Student Code of Conduct and Judicial Procedures
for the complete substance and drug abuse policy.
A visitor or guest is any person who
is present at a campus residence hall by invitation of a resident student. Due to
the rigorous schedule of the Summer Engineering Academy, visitors are strongly
All visits are subject to the
following conditions, which are outlined in the Student Code of Conduct and
roommate’s approval is required, which is granted through the roommate
contract. All resident students will have the opportunity to establish
and regulate visitation through their roommate contract.
residents and visitors/guests must present proper photo identification to gain
building entry. Proper identification for visitors/guests includes state
issued identification as well as identification cards from other schools.
Desk Attendant will sign in and sign out visitors/guests.
visitors/guests must be escorted by the resident who signed them in while in
are limited to five (5) visitors/guests at any one time.
resident may not entertain children under five (5) years of age unless
accompanied by a parent, without acquiring permission from Residence Life. If
visitation is granted, the period of visitation may not exceed two (2) hours.
At no time are children under the age of five (5) permitted to stay in the
residence halls overnight.
resident may not entertain a person under the age of sixteen (16), unless
accompanied by a parent. If the parent is not present, permission of Residence
Life must be acquired through the issuance of a guest pass. Guest passes may be
acquired through Panther Central at the following times: 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m.,
3:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., and 9:00 p.m. They may also be procured in advance by
contacting the Resident Director in the building during their posted office