The protocols below are in line with University of Houston COVID-19 Guidelines and are mandatory for all on-campus residents. Additional information can be found at https://uh.edu/covid-19/.
Note: As with all the guidance and protocols related to COVID-19, the University will adjust its guidance as necessary to reflect new information and findings.
Are guests allowed in the residential halls?Student Housing and Residential Life are observing three levels of operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under Normal Operations or Adjusted Operations, guests are allowed in residential common spaces. These spaces are identified as residential lobbies, study lounges, community kitchens, and computer labs.
Can I have a guest in my room if I am not sick?
Guests are not allowed in residential rooms, apartments or suites.
Who is considered a guest in a residential hall?
- Guest(s) are defined as anyone not assigned by SHRL to the space in which they are present.
- Guest(s) must always be accompanied by a resident host.
- Given the level of social distancing Student Housing and Residential Life reserves the right to further limit guests within the residential spaces.
What are the resident’s responsibilities for their guests?
- Only one guest per resident will be allowed in the residential hall.
- Guest(s) must always register with the service desk upon entering the community.
- Prior to entering the building, guests will need to confirm with a resident host that they are not diagnosed with COVID disease and/or do not have COVID-19 symptoms.
- The resident host is responsible for the conduct of their guest and must accompany them at all times
- The right of your roommates/suitemates to use the room and have their privacy takes precedence over the privilege of visitation
- Visitors of the opposite sex must use only the restroom facilities on a floor of the same sex (Moody Towers only).
Can I have guests or visitors in my room if I choose to isolate/self-quarantine on campus?
No. Guests and visitors are not permitted if you choose to isolate/self-quarantine on campus.