According to the 1963 publication of "Red Tape," female students were expected to abide by strict rules concerning closing hours of dormitory halls. Students were not allowed to leave the dormitory prior to 6:30 am unless special permission was granted by the House Director. Female students were strongly "urged no to be outside her dormitory after dark" unless accompanied by another female student.
Strict hours for "men guests" in female residence halls are listed in "Red Tape," a guidebook published by the Women's Student Government. "Men guests" could only be entertained in parlors and recreation rooms of female dormitories and were restricted from bedrooms. Hours for male visitors began at noon and ended at the hostesses curfew. All female students were instructed to use "good judgement" when entertaining male guests in the lounges and were cautioned that there should be "lady-like conduct at all times."
Rules concerning balconies of residence halls are detailed in "Red Tape," a guidebook for women. Residents of Drayer, Adams, and Stellar halls were allowed to sunbathe on the balconies while non-residents were limited to the balconies of Drayer and Adams. Yelling from sun porches was not permitted and female students were prohibited from holding conversations with men through residence hall windows from the balconies as well as fire escapes.