CAMPUS LIFE

Separation of Single Male and Female Students

All approved housing units shall provide appropriate separation of single male and female students. AsanSka reserves the exclusive right to determine how its policy of separating the sexes should be implemented in each boarding complex.

APARTMENT LIVING STANDARDS
  • A clean and well-cared for appearance should be maintained at all times.
  • Clothing is inappropriate when it is sleeveless, strapless, backless, or revealing.
  • It should not have slits above the knee or be formfitting.
  • Dresses and skirts must be knee-length or longer (even with leggings worn).

Unprescribed boarding attire (trousers, slacks, jeans, blouse, T-Shirts or skirts) should not be worn on campus at any time. Prescribed campus attire should not be patched, faded, frayed or torn. Students are required to wear prescribed boarding attire after school hours. Hairstyles should be clean and neat, avoiding extreme styles and unnatural colours. Caps or hats should not be worn in buildings. Excessive ear piercings (more than one pair) and all other piercings are inappropriate. Shoes should be worn in all public campus areas. Flip-flops and other casual footwear are inappropriate on campus.

A clean and well-cared-for appearance should be maintained.

  • Trousers, slacks, and jeans should not be patched, faded, frayed or torn and must be ankle length.
  • Hairstyles should be clean and neat, avoiding extreme styles or colours, and trimmed above the collar leaving the ear uncovered (professional look).
  • Caps or hats should not be worn on College premises.
  • Sideburns should not extend below the earlobe or onto the cheek and mustaches are unacceptable for students (Men should maintain a clean cut professional look always).
  • Men and boys are expected to be clean shaven; beards are not acceptable. Earrings and other body piercings are unacceptable. Shoes should be worn in all public campus areas. Flip-flops and other casual footwear are inappropriate on campus.

Drug paraphernalia is illegal and should be referred to the police. Alcohol containers are not appropriate and should be removed from the room. Residents using alcohol or drugs must also be referred to the student Honour Office. ACDT has zero tolerance for the use of drugs and alcohol and employees found to violate this rule will be subject to immediate dismissal and police action when found to possess drugs.

Firearms, knives, ammunition, explosives, or any devices capable of inflicting injury or damaging property are prohibited on- and off-campus apartments. These devices include but are not limited to martial arts weapons, BB guns, slingshots, pellet guns, paint-ball guns, wrist rockets, swords, hunting knives, 7 bows. Replicas of firearms or dangerous and destructive weapons are also prohibited. It is recommended that they be left at home. Any questions regarding this policy may be directed to the Housing and Student Living Director (Head of Student Life).

Because overnight guests often cause interruption and inconvenience to others, all such guest should be cleared with the Apartment Manager and agreed upon by the roommates. No overnight guests of the opposite sex are permitted at any time. Each tenant shall be responsible for any damage, beyond reasonable wear and tear, to the property or the apartment complex caused by the tenant, members of the tenant’s family, or guests of the tenant. Approved visiting hours for all students on campus (Boarding) is Saturday and Sunday from 2pm-4pm. Guests are encouraged to strictly adhere to these rules to avoid the embarrassment of being turned away at the security post.

All AsanSka students are to be in their own apartments by 8:30 pm every night of the week except Friday, when the curfew is 9:30 pm. When attending school functions that end later than established curfew hours, such as plays and concerts, students should be in their room within 30 minutes after the event is over.

Literature, books, magazines, posters, and pictures: all such materials must be within the standards of good taste and decency as suggested in the “For Strength of Youth” pamphlet, and in keeping with a high standard of personal righteousness.

No pets of any kind are allowed in approved housing.

Dart boards, Ouija boards, fireworks of any kind, illicit drugs, gambling, open flames (the use of matches, candles, incense, etc), electrical appliance (heaters, kettles, stoves, rice cookers, TV’s, Radio, hair dryers, blowers), pets, or animals, vulgarity, or any rude and unusual disturbance are not consistent with AsanSka standards.

Quiet Hours are from 10:00 pm until 8:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday and all day on Sunday. Quiet hours are designed to help students have adequate time for proper study and sleep. Each resident is expected to refrain from disturbing activities such as loud conversation and laughter or loud playing of music. Residents do not have the right at any time to be excessively loud that it is an unfair disturbance to other residents.

For the well-being, safety, and security of everyone, each student and manager has assumed the obligation to “encourage others in their commitment to comply with the Honour Code”. This includes referral to the Student Honour Office for unchaste conduct, Word of Wisdom violations, disobeying the law, disruptive behaviour, etc.

In keeping with the ideals of AsanSka and the spirit of the Honour Code, “R”,”NC-17”, and “X” rated viewing is not allowed. In addition, Internet access, music, television, or any form of entertainment, including inappropriate or suggestive concerts, movies, and videocassettes, which are vulgar, immoral, inappropriate, suggestive, or pornographic in any way-no matter what the rating-violating the spirit of the Honour Code and Conduct are not acceptable.