You should follow the pass chart to know when you need an Epass, when you need the Student Life Office approval for Special Considerations, when you need a chaperone, and whether you or a chaperone may complete an Epass.
On campus students are prohibited from spending time with an expelled student unless special permission has been obtained from the Deans.
Submission of the Epass serves as an approved pass unless a Special Consideration is needed. Incorrectly submitted Epasses will result in disciplinary action.
If information on a Epass changes, either before or after leaving, students must contact a Dean or a Dorm Supervisor for approval. Students who do something other than what was approved on the Epass will bear the consequences.
One Epass should be completed for the group. Everyone’s name who is participating in the event must appear on the Epass–including older students, off campus, and married students.
- The Student Life Office is willing to help you with pass questions. It is your responsibility to provide correct and complete pass information and to make sure that invitations and permissions (if needed) have been submitted. Epasses that do not have the proper parental permissions or necessary invitations will not be approved.
Special Considerations (Parental Permissions, Host Invitations, Deans Approvals)
The Special Condiderations area of the Epass contains potential activities that require special permissions or invitations to complete your Epass. Please check all of the applicable boxes. You will receive an approval email from the Student Life Office when all of the permissions have been received.
- Parental Permissions and Invites must be submitted to the Student Life Office two days in advance of the activity.
- Invitations are submitted by the host of the residence where the activity will take place. Hosts may complete the online Host Invitation form or call in the invite (920-206-2304).
- See a dorm supervisor or the On Call Supervisor if you need a pass requireing Special Considerations after office hours.
- Weekend Epasses requiring invitations or special exceptions (i.e. returning after dorm lock return) are to be submitted to the Student Life Office by Thursday noon. Late Epasses may be denied or penalized.
- You do not need an invitation to go to a Faculty or Staff home if you return the same day by dorm lock - you will still need to have an Epass [AC 5/10].
Students on Disciplinary Probation
You are allowed one Epass per week. Approval for these Epasses may be secured only from the Student Life Office.
Passes for activities on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings between 7 and 9 p.m. will not be approved.
You may not attend away sporting events.
Sign-Out Privilege for Juniors (59+ credits) and Seniors
- You may use the sign-out sheet in your dorm [SL 5/10].
- The sign-out sheet
- Can be used in place of the Epass.
- Cannot be used when a invitation is involved.
- Is for returning by dorm lock.
- May not be used for overnight stays.
- Can be used for mixed groups – you might need a chaperone.
- If you are part of a group requiring an Epass, your name must appear in the Epass.
- Older students need invitations and Epasses to visit in a home.
Check the dating section for more Epass details.
Off Campus Students in Mixed Groups [SL 10/11]
- There must be an odd numbered gender in the group.
- The group must consist of off campus students only. If an on campus student is in the group, then an approved chaperone must accompany the group.