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Housing and Conference Services is committed to providing a safe, secure environment in which students can live and learn. Residence is a unique and interconnected community and as such there are additional, contextual expectations for Residence Students.
McMaster University is committed to the inclusion and reasonable accommodation of students with disabilities. This includes the presence of Service Animals within aspects of University life, including residences. If you require the assistance of a service animal in residence please read the following document outlining the policies surrounding this.
A no guest policy is in place for the duration of Welcome Week. After Welcome Week, the normal guest policy will take effect and students can host one guest in their residence room.
Read over our first-year guiding principles to get a better understanding of what the expectations are being a student at McMaster. These are the principles that will be expected of you throughout your time as a McMaster student.
Be aware of your expectations for responsible alcohol use in Residence. McMaster University is committed to the health, safety and well-being of students, employees and guests. The intention of the McMaster University Alcohol Policy is to ensure the responsible management of alcoholic beverages being served on campus or during sanctioned university events.
Welcome Week is an exciting time at McMaster, we want to give our first-year students the best welcome to their new home. In order to keep welcome week events fun and safe, we have created regulations set out to make sure these events are safe and secure.