Below is information from the student handbook: http://www.smumn.edu/Resources/pdf/Undergrad/OnlineHandbook17-18.pdf
Guests are welcome to visit campus, but cannot reside on campus for more than three consecutive nights per month when the university is in session. No guests are allowed the last two weeks of the semester or when the university is not in session. Students housing overnight guests must make advance arrangements with the hall staff. This includes family members, athletic recruits and prospective students with the exception of pre-approved admissions group trips. COMMUNITY EXPECTATIONS When hosting a guest of the opposite sex, arrangements must be made for them to stay overnight with a host of the same sex. A maximum of two guests are allowed in any one room at any one time. Guests must obey university and residence life policies. Students are responsible for the action of their guests at all times. If violations of policy do occur, guests and visitors will be removed from the hall and future admittance to the hall may be restricted (sanctions may occur due to your guest’s behavior). Siblings, sons or daughters of the opposite sex who are 12 years old or younger may stay overnight with their student. Siblings, sons or daughters of the opposite sex who are 13 years old or older cannot stay overnight with their student. The student must make arrangements for their sibling/son/daughter to stay overnight with a host of the same sex. The Student Host is Responsible for the Following:. Obtaining a visitor form and parking permit from the Campus Safety Office. Informing the guest of campus policies and regulations. Handling the consequences of a violation of policy by the guest. Making restitution for damage incurred to university property by the guest. All guest should be escorted by the host at all times, carry a state or federal I.D., and comply with residence hall and university policies.