The University of Adelaide Village
Rules of Conduct
The University of Adelaide Village is specifically designed to provide students with the opportunity to live independently in quality accommodation within a safe, secure and supportive environment conducive to academic success.
In the interest of maintaining such an environment residents are asked to read, understand and commit to adhering to standard Rules of Conduct as outlined in the Residents Handbook issued to each student during the check in process.
Some of these rules are listed below:
The University of Adelaide Village permits responsible consumption of alcohol.
Alcohol may be consumed within the privacy of your own residence providing each Resident or visitor is over 18 years of age and legally permitted to drink alcohol in Australia.
Alcohol may not be brought into The University of Adelaide Village between the hours of 10pm and 9am daily.
Alcohol may not be consumed in common areas of The University of Adelaide Village.
Management reserves the right to restrict visitors of Residents from gaining access into The University of Adelaide Village should they be assessed as being intoxicated by our administration or security Staff.
Students are required to maintain a consistently high level of hygiene and general cleanliness within your Townhouse/Apartment throughout the entire term of your Agreement.
Regular attention to removing wall marks, vacuuming carpets, mopping tiled floors, cleaning toilets, showers and the oven after use is recommended to avoid significant cleaning expenses upon the natural termination of your Agreement.
Condition inspections of your residence will be conducted three times a year by our Administration Staff and each time a Resident completes their contract and vacates.
It is important to note that all Residents sharing the residence will be considered jointly responsible for maintaining an acceptable level of cleanliness and hygiene within common areas of the residence.
Residents are required to report all damage to walls, floors, furniture and fixtures in bedrooms, bathrooms and common areas of their designated residence.
Whilst Residents will be responsible for all maintenance, repair or replacement costs, reporting damage immediately is likely to reduce your liability.
Independent tradespeople may not be introduced to The University of Adelaide Village as building warranties may apply in some circumstances.
It is important to note that all Residents sharing the residence will be considered jointly responsible for damage to furniture and fixtures in the kitchen, living room, bedrooms, hallways, corridors and other common areas of the residence.
Residents are required to consider the general comfort and convenience of other Residents of The Village at all times.
If a Resident is asked to reduce noise by another Resident or a University Staff member, they must do so immediately. The Resident must not use the residence or permit the residence to be used for any illegal purpose or create a nuisance or interfere with the reasonable peace, comfort or privacy of neighbours.
Residents are reminded that The University of Adelaide Village is a University managed accommodation facility developed to provide quality and comfortable accommodation in a sophisticated environment, conducive to academic success.
As such, parties within residences, on bedroom balconies, roof decks or in common areas of the facility are not permitted.
The maximum number of people in a residence at any time should not exceed 10 people.
The management of The University of Adelaide Village reserve the right to remove visitors (unregistered occupants of the residence in question) in the event of this policy being breached.
Smoking is not permitted in residences. This includes bedroom balconies and the roof deck in Townhouse/Apartments. Smoking is not permitted in the Recreation Room, Laundry or Main Lobby facilities of the Apartment Building.
Residents are permitted to smoke responsibly in external common areas of The University of Adelaide Village.
Please ensure that all cigarettes are effectively extinguished and disposed of in the ashtrays provided throughout the complex.
Disposing of cigarette butts in gardens or on pathways throughout the external common areas of The University of Adelaide Village is not permitted.
Residents or their visitors, identified breaching this policy will be fined an on the spot cleaning fee.
A Resident of the facility must accompany visitors to The University of Adelaide Village at all times. Residents are not permitted to sign in more than three visitors at any time.
Visitors are required to make contact with a Resident via Reception from the intercom system at the main entrance door to The University of Adelaide Village before entering the complex.
The Resident is then required to sign in the visitor at the Administration Office where a visitor's pass will be issued.
When in the facility and accompanied by a Resident visitors are permitted to use the Recreation Room and other facilities available within the complex. Residents are reminded that they are responsible for the behaviour and actions of their visitors at all times.
Short Term Stay Visitors
In the event of a member of the family coming to visit for a weekend or short vacation visitors can apply for a Short Term Stay pass for a maximum on seven nights from the Administration Office.
A minimum of 48 hours notice is required for the application to be reviewed and approved. The application for a Short Term Stay pass will require the signature of all other share mates in a Townhouse/Apartment.
The University of Adelaide Village will provide a single 'roll away' fold up bed, complete with linen for the duration of the Short Term Stay at a cost of $80 per night.
The Resident is required to sign in the visitor at the Administration Office.
When in the facility and accompanied by a Resident, visitors are permitted to use the Recreation Room and other facilities available within the complex.
Residents are reminded that they are responsible for the behaviour and actions of their visitors at all times. Residents are not permitted to apply for more than one Short Term Visitor at any time.