BREAKING: UF Housing curfew to be implemented to on-campus students
Guess we can’t have fun anymore
Leaked documents exclusively obtained by The Tab reveal plans for a UF housing curfew that impliment a new guest sign-in and curfew system for students who live on campus.
The documents contained an outline of a plan the The Department of Housing will put into effect before the semester ends.
The UF housing curfew states on-campus students are to be home by 11:00 PM on weekdays, and 1:00 AM on weekends. Students who wish to stay overnight at another residence hall will have to fill out a guest approval form or alert dorm security they will not be returning home at least 24 hours beforehand.
The new guest policy requires day guests to be signed in by a resident and be escorted out when they wish to leave.
Overnight guests must alert the resident two days in advance and submit a form to the UF Public Safety Office for approval.
Freshman April Lofo who lives in Beaty told us: “This UF housing curfew is so stupid. Now whenever my friends come, I have to get out of bed, take the elevator, and actually bring them upstairs myself. Why am I actually being forced to do this? I’m pissed.”
This will make coming home plastered from Mid a little bit harder (especially when trying to fake sober) and your walk of shame a little more awkward.
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