Southeast Missouri will allow some pets on campus in fall
Apr. 07, 2018
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — Some Southeast Missouri State University students will be able to bring their dogs, cats and small caged animals to campus starting in the fall.
The university in Cape Girardeau announced a one-year pilot program Friday.
University vice president Debbie Below says the school has been considering a pet-friendly community because prospective students often ask if they can bring their animals.
The pet-friendly rooms, which will accommodate 92 students, will be on select floors of Myers Hall.
Students must fill out a request form and pay a $200 non-refundable registration fee.
Approved dogs must be at least 1-year-old and cats must be 6 months old and have already lived with the student's family. They must be able to stay in a dorm room alone and will not be allowed in classes.