International students must hold ordinary passports and be registered for studies at the University in order to be able to live in the on-campus dormitory or hotel. Living arrangements and room assignments will have been made prior to student’s arrival at XAIU, in accord with wishes conveyed by your home campus.
Rooms are assigned by program management staff and must not be changed at will. Requests for room changes or reassignment must be approved by the International Center before such moves can be made.
Upon first entering your new
room students must check all equipment and facilities and immediately contact
management staff if there are problems. A checklist will be provided for your
convenience. This will be signed by both the student(s) occupying the room and
management staff to certify that the room and its’ equipment are in proper
working order. This list will be checked again prior to the occupant’s departure
from the University at the end of their program.
All room fixtures including furniture, beds, air-conditioner, TV set, refrigerator, hot-water bottle, magnetic oven, micro-oven and internet connection should be properly used. Removing parts, re-installation, transfer or damage other than normal use will be paid at full price.
Articles for daily use provided in the room such as hot pots, pots and pans, spoons, woks, refrigerator, etc. must be properly used. Any damage or loss will be paid at 2.5 times the original price.
Rooms must be kept clean and
tidy. Daubing, scribbling, painting on and nailing things into the walls are
strictly prohibited. Posters can be affixed with removable adhesives
Loud noise and music are not
allowed in the rooms at any time. Normal volumes for listening to TV and other
media are acceptable so long as these levels do not negatively affect other
residents. Quiet hours are between 11:00 PM and 6:00 AM. Management staff has
the right to remove any and all audio equipment after three failed
Smoking, drinking, fighting and unlawful activities are not permitted in the rooms. Violations will be dealt with on the case to case basis.
Visitors must leave before 22:30 or check in with valid documents. Overnight stay for unregistered guests is not permitted.
International students are not
permitted to live off campus unless other arrangements have been made and
approved by the International Center prior to the student arriving at XAIU. XAIU
Chinese students must return to their dormitories by 23:00. It is expected that
International students will observe reasonable curfew rules established by home
campus regulations. Off-campus visits exceeding 24 hours must be approved by the
International student’s group leader. If there is no designated official leader
for individual or small groups of students then the International Center must
approve off-campus absences of more than 24 hours in duration. International
Center management staff must be notified of extended absences (more than 24
hours in duration).
Use of unapproved electrical appliances and improper wiring is not permitted. This can create a serious safety hazard. No inflammable materials or explosives are to be stored in the rooms. Fire regulations will be strictly observed. Water, power, doors, windows and screens should be checked before leaving the room. Violations will be dealt with and/or penalized by law.
Proper care should be taken of
personal safety and belongings including documents and other items. Currency,
valuables and important documents should not be left in the room. Passports,
student ID’s and Visas should be with International students at all
Officials of the International
Center or management staff in charge should be allowed into student rooms for
reasonable business and maintenance reasons.
Students must leave the
University at the stipulated time and vacate the dormitory within three days at
the conclusion of their program. Students who quit their studies early or are
expelled must leave the University on the day as notified.
Students must go through proper
entry and exit formalities at the University in person. No other person should
be designated for the formalities without the permission of the
A written application is required and must be submitted to the International Center for approval if a student wishes to arrange off-campus accommodations. The address and other contact information must be provided to the International Center to obtain approval. Temporary domicile registration (Yellow page) must be submitted to the local publicity security office. Formalities for a change of address must be completed within a week and the new address and contact information must be provided should a student move to a different location.