Unauthorized Entry or Exit

No student shall enter or remain in a private room, office, or restricted area under control of another student, faculty member, or University official except by permission or invitation of the resident student, faculty member, or appropriate University official. Further, any unauthorized student entering a University-operated building or room that has been closed or locked shall be guilty of trespassing. Individuals who are not University of Mary Washington students but who commit any of the above infractions may be prosecuted and prohibited from returning to the campus.

Examples of potential violations of this policy include entry into a building that a student is not authorized to enter; entry into a building that a student is authorized to enter but via an unauthorized means of ingress, such as a window or emergency exit; entry into an assigned living space without the explicit or implicit permission of at least one of the students assigned to that living space; or unauthorized exit (e.g., exiting a building using an unauthorized means of egress, such as a window or an emergency exit).