Take a Tour of the Rome Center
The Rome campus offers its students
- Five classrooms, including an area that is used as an architecture studio at times
- A dining room
- A chapel
- Library study space
- Computer room
- Newly renovated dorm rooms (singles, doubles, triples, quadruple rooms)
The library and university computers are available to students for studying purposes only and should retain an atmosphere of studious quiet.
- WIFI is available to all students
- Intermittent outages are not uncommon, especially if there is a loss of power in the neighborhood. Nonetheless, any problems with internet access should be reported to the Residence Director.
- Printers are located in the section of the library closest to the chapel.
There is a security guard/receptionist on-duty 24/7. Rome campus IDs are necessary for entry.
Residents and guests may not use the fourth-floor terrace after dark. They may not enter the garden areas where works are underway. Under no circumstance are students allowed on the roofs.
Residents and guests are expected to use the elevator sparingly; it should not be used to merely go up or down one or two floors unless there are heavy items or a disability involved.
Common Areas and University Property
A common area is defined as any space and/or area outside a student room. This includes, but is not limited to, stairwells, hallways, restrooms, lounges, elevators, entrance areas, recreation areas and study rooms. Community members share responsibility for ensuring that common areas are properly utilized.
Public area furniture may not be removed from the designated place. Dining room dishes, pitchers, glasses, and silverware may not be removed from the dining room without the express permission of the staff.
Damage charges resulting from the misuse or abuse of common areas will be assessed to all residents. If the individuals responsible for the damage are identified, then only those persons will be charged.