Individuals found tampering with life safety equipment including fire alarms, fire hoses, fire extinguishers, elevator emergency buttons, and sprinklers, will not only jeopardize their continuation with the Alive! program, but may also face felony charges.
In case of a fire alarm, remain calm and exit the building by the nearest available stairwell. DO NOT use the elevators.
Stay well away from the building (100 yards or more), until entry back into the building is cleared by fire, police, or building officials. If a fire alarm occurs in the Stephenson Complex, the designated meeting area is the lower Crimson Lot behind Stephenson South Hall.
Stephenson North, East and South Halls have quiet hours 7 days a week from 10:00 p.m. to 9:00 a.m. Program participants and their guests must comply with requests to be quiet when asked.
WSU student code of conduct
WSU’s student code of conduct (Standards of Conduct for Students) applies to students from the time of application for admission, including during the Alive! program. The Standards are available on the website for WSU’s Office of Student Conduct.
Greek organization recruitment policy
Participants of the Alive! program are prohibited from visiting any Greek chapter house while the Alive! program is in session. Under no circumstance should an Alive! student participant be present at a Greek chapter house or event during the program. This is a violation of Greek Recruitment and could result in the individual and the chapter being held accountable by the Greek governing bodies and by the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life.