Outside Housing Partners

Outside Housing Partners

Contact Information

Student Housing & Residence Life      

Operational Hours:  

Monday-Friday 4:00am-8:00pm in the Housing Office Suite 145 and 9:00am-4:30pm in Bollinger 40. After hours and weekend coverage is done by on call staff assignments. Contact your assigned RHC or RA with any questions.  

Public Safety Department                            

  • Bollinger 46 
  • Department phone #: (717) 728-2364           
  • Public Safety is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They can assist you with lock outs, parking passes, ID’s, and any safety related questions or concerns.  They also assist with after-hours maintenance emergencies.              


Facilities Department/Maintenance  

**After 3:00PM on weekdays or on weekends, please reach out to Public Safety for emergency maintenance concerns and make your RHC aware.  


Operational Hours:  

  • Monday-Thursday 9:30am-3:30pm 
  • Friday 9:00am- 3:000pm
  • Saturday and Sunday- CLOSED

Business Office  

Operational Hours:

  • Monday-Thursday 8:00am- 5:00pm
  • Friday 8:00am-3:00pm


Housing Handbook

Code of Conduct

Guest Registration form and Brief Policy Overview

Guest Policy & Visitors

Residents are permitted to have two guests in their residence only if there are no objections from those residing within the unit. If a student does not want visitors to stay in the residence, other arrangements should be made. If there are any questions, please contact your Resident Assistant or the Department of Student Housing and Residence Life.


A guest is any person who is not a full-time resident of the specific apartment or suite. All guests must be a minimum of 18 years old. 

Guest Overnight Visitation

The following apply to Guests/Hosts for Overnight Visits:

  • Overnight visits are permitted only on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.
  • Cannot arrive on campus before 5:00pm on Fridays and must leave campus no later than 10:00pm on Mondays.
  • Must be registered using the online form and in person at the Public Safety Department Office before entering a residence hall.
  • All guests may not enter a residence prior to 9:00 a.m. and must be registered by 10:59 p.m.
  • Must show a valid picture ID and vehicle information.

General Rules

  • Guests may not stay more than two consecutive nights. 
  • Registration of overnight guests is necessary so the College can identify those individuals staying on campus, in the event of an emergency. 
  • All guests and visitors must comply with Central Penn policies while on campus. It is the host’s responsibility to inform their guest(s) of Central Penn’s policies. As a host, the student will be held personally responsible for any violation of College policy committed by his/her guest(s), regardless of severity. For safety and security purposes, each unit will not exceed 4 guests at a time.

Accountability for Guests

Working with a housing staff member, residents within a unit should create an agreement which identifies behaviors that they will find acceptable from guests and overnight guests in an effort to make everyone comfortable. These agreements will need to be in alignment with College policies and cannot infringe upon the rights of others. Roommates are expected to resolve problems created by their visitors and respect other roommates’ right to privacy, quiet, and feelings of safety. If these rights are infringed upon, the guest(s) must leave, as the other roommates’ rights take precedence.

In the event guests are unescorted by a host student, they will be asked to leave campus. All overnight guests must have a valid form of photo ID while on campus. All guests/visitors to campus are subject to the laws, rules, and regulations governing behavior in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and at Central Penn College. Student and/or guests shall not engage in any criminal or illegal activity, or any activity creating a nuisance or disturbance, affecting other persons or violating College policies, including, but not limited to: loud parties, music, televisions, radio or other sound equipment, engaging in loud talk, or acting in any way that disturbs others. Any guest involved in activities deemed threatening reckless, hazardous, criminal, disorderly, or threatening or activities that contradict the policies of the College shall be immediately evicted from the property. The host student agrees to cooperate in the peaceful eviction of such a guest.

All actions of an invited guest are deemed to be the actions of the resident, and the resident may be held responsible up to and including being found in default of their lease agreement.

Knight and Day Café and Will’s Place:

Both the Knight and Day Café and Will’s place are located on the first floor of the ATEC building. You do not need to have a meal plan to purchase food items from either of these locations. Wills place is 24hr vending and the schedule for Knight and Day Café are posted below.  

  • Saturday and Sunday- 11:00AM-4:00PM 
  • Monday-Friday: 7:30AM-10:30AM, 11:00AM-2:00PM, 3:30PM-6:30PM 

Health Center

The College Pantry

Pick Up Instructions

  • 1. Submit your Food Pantry request.
  • 2. After your request has been received, your order will be filled by a member of Residence Life.
  • 3. When your order is filled and ready for pick up, you will recieve an email to pick up your order from the Office of Residence Life in Bollinger 40.
  • 4. Come to Bollinger 40 with your CPC ID/ State Issued ID to pick up your items.

All requests are kept confidential. The Office of Residence Life fills each order by student ID number, which is then matched to the student ID when brought for pick up.

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