Once a resident has constructed their loft or bunks, the resident should contact their Residence Life Coordinator to confirm the loft is constructed properly and with the required equipment. This should occur before the resident sleeps in the loft.
The resident is responsible for correcting all deficiencies noted by the Residence Life Coordinator and will have 24 hours (unless otherwise noted by the Residence Life Coordinator) to bring the construction up to standards or deconstruct the loft or bunk. A second inspection is required after corrections are made.
All lofts or bunks must be taken down prior to the resident checking out of the room. Any loft/bunk that remains in the building after check-out will be de-lofted at a cost of $25.00, charged to the residents account.
The resident will also be charged for any damages to the room or its furnishings resulting from the loft construction or usage.
Cumberland University does not assume any responsibility for the construction or use of lofts in the residence halls. Using loft/bunk kits not provided by the University or using cinder blocks to raise a bed is prohibited.