Sorry it’s not working! “Students with roommate concerns should first speak with their Resident Assistant, who will work with them to mediate roommate conflicts. If the mediation process is not successful, students should then speak with their Resident Director, who will evaluate the situation to determine if a room change is necessary and, if so, assist students with that process.” bit.ly/BCHousingProb
I wouldn’t advise it. Discovery would lead to removal and fines (bit.ly/ResRules) Why not come visit our lovely therapy dogs when they come back to the library in December? Dates and doggos will be posted!
Yuck! Probably the oddly-named silverfish. I advise placing a work order through the Agora Portal. “My Services” tab → “Facilities Work Request.”
If the cat is a service animal or is required for a medical need, contact Residential Life (firstname.lastname@example.org or 2-3060) and Disability Services (email@example.com 0r 2- 3470). The Animal Policy is here: bit.ly/BCAnimalPol.
According to Res Life, BC doesn’t provide them, but you can email them a suggestion at firstname.lastname@example.org. Best of luck, I think it could make for a nicer living situation!
No, RAs are not permitted to have romantic relationships with the residents of their res, according to Jake Cusick, Housing Assignment Specialist at ResLife. So I guess you have to let this one pass. Crushes do fade in time.