Conference Week 2022 – Code of Conduct
Expected Conduct at Conference Week 2022 July 24-30, 2022, Colorado Springs, CO
- We desire to maintain our witness for Christ. Part of this witness is our ability to live as a community that recognizes the responsibility to think of others. Please be considerate and kind to all in your interactions, including the Conference Week team and the college/university staff.
- Local rules of the school and facility are binding on all who attend Conference Week unless changed by the Host Committee or the General Council. This includes physical distancing guidelines and mask requirements if in effect.
- Any questions or complaints concerning the program, facilities, meals, lodging, or anything concerning Conference Week 2022 should be addressed to the Conference Week team via the provided channels in your welcome packet. College/University staff will only address concerns with the Conference Week team.
- All socializing between males and females (except husband and wife) shall be limited to public areas or personal rooms (except during quiet hours) in which the doors are completely open.
- Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. each night of Conference. During quiet hours, no excessive noise will be permitted. No talking will be allowed in hallways, and no music (such as instrumental, vocal, or from a device) will be permitted except when used with personal headphones. Quiet talking will be permitted in lounges or in personal rooms with the doors closed (same gender only and spouses).
- A Disciplinary Council shall be established before Conference convenes. The Disciplinary Council shall deal with infractions of these expected conduct guidelines. Discipline will match the warranted offense and could include being asked to leave the event with no refund.
- All unmarried minors (under 18 years old) will need to have their own parent(s) or a sponsor over 25 years of age, attend the Conference. ALL MINORS will be assigned to rooms on the same floor of the same dorm as their sponsors.
- Parents or sponsors assume full responsibility for the conduct and discipline of the young people whose sponsorship they accept.