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Residence Life

Health & Safety Inspections

Around midterms each semester, the Residence Life Staff in each building will be inspecting each room to identify and address any health, safety, sanitation, and maintenance issues that may be present. There are several reasons for the health and safety room inspection program:

Each Resident Assistant will be providing additional information about the inspection process and provide residents with a check list of things they should do to prepare for the room inspection. In addition, each RA will be holding floor/community meetings in advance of the inspection to answer questions and communicate information about the health and safety inspection program.

The Department of Residence Life understands your concerns about privacy, but believe the inspection program is a necessary measure that will prove to be beneficial to all students living in the residence halls now and in the future.

The following is a sample checklist of preparations that you would need to take prior to the inspection program. IMPORTANTThis is only a sample checklist; the actual one will be made available shortly before the inspection program.

It is okay for your room to look a little bit "lived in," but it is expected that some effort will have been made to clean the room and to ensure that no health or safety concerns exist. Staff will be doing a quick visual check of your room that should only last a minute or two.

Information about the inspection policy and standards, as well as other important Residence Life policies, is available in the Loyola Student Handbook.


Residence Life · Division of Student Development
1032 West Sheridan Road · Chicago, IL 60660

Phone: 773.508.3300 · res-life@luc.edu

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