Wasn’t really sure where to post this one…
I have a family member (female) attending a secular school and her roommate’s boyfriend keeps dropping in un-invited. No sleepovers (as least not yet) but on a weekend away she came back and found him in the room getting changed after having taken a shower in that room. I am totally appalled, and will be composing a letter for her to give to the residence hall administrator to deal with this issue. (Ideally getting a single room fur the duration of the semester until she can find a good roommate.)
I would like advice from those who have dealt with situations like these in the past and how they approached it. Also, if anyone can send me a link or sample letter stating a persons rights even at a secular university so as to be more persuasive and not just appeal to morality (even know this is what the heart of the issue strikes at.) Does the Cardinal Newman Society publish resources to deal with situations like these? Any specific websites I should check out?
I am not familiar with her student handbook rules, but given the general leniency found in most secular schools these days I presume things like having visitors of the opposite sex visit until late at night is probably ‘ok’.