WWC Playroom Expectations
♦ No food or drink permitted.
♦ Each mom must introduce child to & pick child up from playroom
personally and monitor play throughout child's time in playroom.
♦ Each mom is responsible for monitoring their child's play in any of the
♦ Playroom floor must be picked up & toys put away each night so that
housekeeping can clean properly.
♦ No bike riding inside at any time.
♦ Children's bikes can be kept in own room or in Prentis 101 or outside.
No bikes permitted in any other indoor spaces.
♦ Only indoor toys permitted in the playroom. Understand that
belongings kept in this space may be used by others on the floor. No
personal belongings other than children's toys permitted in the space.
Please keep in mind age-appropriateness before introducing toys to the
♦ All belongings in playroom must be kept clean, in safe working
condition and labeled with child's name. Anything dirty or broken will
be removed. All belongings must be removed from the space upon
departure from the College.
♦ Electronic equipment should only be operated by moms, never by
♦ The community shares responsibility for the College-provided
equipment & spaces. Misuse of the playroom may result in community
fines and/or loss of the space.
♦ Each playroom closet is divided equally among the rooms and labeled.
You can only keep toy/play items that fit within your assigned space in
the playroom; all other items must live in your room. Closets should
only be accessed by moms.
♦ No additional furniture may be added to the space without prior
approval from the ResLife Director.
♦ Windows should be kept closed when the A/C or heat is running.
WWC Seasonal Storage Expectations
♦ Only things needed throughout the semester permitted. If
needed less than twice a year, use long term storage in Prentis
♦ Everything must be clearly labeled with resident name.
♦ All items should be in closed containers - no plastic bags,
grocery bags, etc.
♦ No furniture or empty boxes permitted. Those must go to
long term storage. There is no storage of college-issued
furniture at any time in any storage room.
♦ We ask that each resident keep no more than 6 items in this
room at any time.
♦ All belongings must be removed from storage (& every other
community spaces) at the time of your departure from the
♦ Seasonal storage is unlocked at all times so that any resident
can access their belongings as needed - please do not store
precious items in this space.
♦ All residents are expected to respect each other's belongings.
Adding/removing items from storage should always be done
by the resident, never by children.
♦ The room should be kept tidy and orderly at all times.
♦ Use of any storage space is at the resident's own risk. The
College is not responsible for any loss or damage.
WWC Kitchen Expectations
♦ Cabinet, drawer, shelving space is divided between all assignable rooms on the floor
and labeled accordingly. The College-issued room number labels must remain in place
at all times – they should never be removed or altered.
♦ If a particular room is unoccupied, the floor members can decide how that space will
be used but if someone moves into the room, that space must be cleared immediately.
♦ It is at each floor members’ discretion how they use their allocated space or if they
want to share or gift any of their unused allocated cabinet space to another floor
♦ In Prentis: The shelving unit with plastic bins is College-issued. Each shelf & bin is
labeled by room and meant for use as cabinet overflow.
♦ One shelf is assigned to an entire room with no bin present to offset the limited
♦ Unoccupied room bins can be divvied up in the same manner as described above but
must be emptied immediately upon arrival of a new community member.
♦ The bins are College property and must remain in the space. Missing or damaged bins
will be treated the same as other college property and are the responsibility of the
♦ Fridges should be assigned during first floor meetings of the semester with the same
premise as above. Each resident is assigned equal space regardless of how they use it.
♦ All personal belongings must be kept in assigned cabinets and fridge/freezer space.
No personal belongings should be accumulated/stored on the countertops. Counter
space is for the use of all residents in food prep/serving; accumulation of pantry
items on the counter prevents usage by other floor members.
♦ Residents should be aware of their allotted space when shopping and not buy more
than they can reasonably store. Overflow from the allotted cabinet/bin space must be
kept in the resident’s room. It is up to the resident to determine how they prefer to
use their allotted cabinet space (i.e. for food, cookware, serveware, etc.).
♦ Each resident is permitted to keep one small appliance (within Blue Book/ResLife
policies) on the counter at all times. The appliance must be kept in clean, working
order, and must be kept in its most contained state against the back wall of the
counter (so as to maintain as much useable counter space as possible). All other
appliances must be kept in the resident’s allotted cabinet/shelf space or in the
resident’s room. If this becomes too cluttered for a floor, all residents will be asked to
remove all personal appliances from the countertops.
♦ No additional furniture can be brought into the space – this includes storage drawers,
storage cabinets, shelving, kids tables, etc. The accumulation of these items poses fire
and egress issues as well as equitable usage dilemmas for community members. If you
want these items, they must be kept in your room.
♦ Each resident must put away their belongings at minimum each night before retiring.
This includes countertops, stove/microwave, sink, floor, & laundry areas. This
permits housekeeping to clean properly.
♦ Windows should be kept closed when the A/C or heat is running.
WWC Computer Room Expectations
♦ No food or drink permitted at any time.
♦ The College-issued equipment and furniture is
meant for the use of WWC students. Academic
work takes precedence over personal work.
♦ No children permitted without a supervising adult.
Use of College computers by children must be
monitored at all times.
♦ You must clean up after yourself after each use.
Personal belongings must be picked up each night
so that housekeeping can clean properly.
♦ No personal belongings should be stored in the
space at any time.
♦ The community shares responsibility for the
College-provided equipment & spaces. Misuse of
the room may result in community fines and/or
loss of the space.
♦ No additional furniture may be added to the space
without prior approval from the ResLife Director.
♦ Windows should be kept closed when the A/C or
heat is running.