Offensive Odors

An offensive odor is any odor or aroma of such intensity that it becomes apparent and interferes with others’ use and enjoyment of their rooms or common spaces. Any odor can become offensive when it is too strong. Some examples: perfume, air freshening spray, large amounts of dirty laundry, and personal hygiene. Housing staff will address offensive odors when complaints are received. Residents identified as being responsible for the offensive odor will be asked to eliminate the cause of the odor.

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