XV. Additional Policies and Practices
a. Abandoned Items: Residential Life, Housing and food Services is not held responsible for items left in common areas around the Ponderosa Village
b. Emergency contact: We reserve the right to notify the emergency contact on file when deemed necessary; for example, in cases of medical emergency.
c. Insurance: The University does not accept liability for loss, theft or damage to any personal property, including during times you are away from your apartment. Any thefts should be reported immediately to your Community Assistant and the university police. We recommend that you buy Renter's insurance for your personal property and engrave a personal identification number on your valuables.
d. Children: it is Municipal Code from the city of Reno that it is unlawful for any person who is a parent or guardian, or for any person who has been entrusted by a parent or guardian, to fail to supervise and attend a child or children under the age of ten years. Therefore Children under the mentioned age must be supervised at all times in areas such as, club house, tot lot, quad area, etc.