Residence Hall Rules

ALL students at TAMUG are required to comply with rules found in the University Student Rules. The rules governing University Housing and Residence Halls are listed under Student Life Rules.  Please refer to the Office of Student Life webpage for the full listing of the University Student Rules

All students are required to attend a floor meeting facilitated by their Community Leader at the beginning of each semester. The powerpoint they use as a guide can be found HERE for your reference. 

 A few typically asked questions about Residence Life rules can be found below:

Can I paint my room?

Students are permitted to paint their residence hall room, provided the room is returned to the original paint color and condition at check-out, and approval is granted from Residence Life.  All painting is fully at cost to the student.  If a room is not returned to its original condition upon check-out, the student(s) will be fined.

Can I build a loft in my room?

No. Our furniture is designed in a way that students are able to loft their beds with the furniture that is already provided in the room. Do not bring your own lofting materials.

What is the alcohol rule?

Texas A&M University at Galveston is a dry campus and all alcohol along with any alcohol containers or containers that may have at one time contained or transported alcohol are strictly prohibited. This policy applies to anyone on-campus, including those over the age of 21.

Is smoking allowed?

Smoking and all tobacco product is strictly not allowed within any campus building.

What is the visitation procedure & rule?

Visitation hours for guests of the opposite gender are Sun-Th: 9am-Midnight and Fri-Sat: 9am-2:30am. Guests of the same-gender who intend to stay beyond these hours must register with the Office of Residence Life. In order to obtain an overnight visitor parking pass, all guests must first register with the Office of Residence Life.

Please refer to our links to the left regarding room and property damage, maintenance concerns, TV/Internet, other services, roommate concerns, and options for living-off campus.