Residence Life

Gryphon Duty

Duty Schedule:

Gryphon Duty Phone Numbers by Residence Hall:

Brodhead - 484-515-4459
Campus Square - 484-515-4346
Centennial I - 484-515-4317
Centennial II - 484-515-4300
Dravo - 484-515-5174
Drinker - 484-515-4826
House 104 - 610-438-7727
McClintic Marshall (M&M) - 484-515-4818
Park House - 610-438-7727
Richards - 484-515-4946
Sayre Park - 484-515-5269
Taylor - 484-515-4466
Trembley Park - 484-515-4771
Umoja House - 610-438-7727
Warren Square - 484-515-4720


Residents are responsible for their own keys and for their access to their room. However, there are times when our residents may become locked out of their room or apartment within the residence hall. Listed below are the steps that a student should follow when they become locked out of their room or apartment:

  1. Find a roommate so that he/she can let you in to retrieve your key.
  2. Locate a residence life staff member (Gryphon) in your building.
  3. During business hours (8:00 am - 5:00 pm) go to the Office of Access Control Services. The Office of Access Control Services can be located at 42 University Drive, which is up the hill from Price Hall, immediately below Richards Residence Hall and immediately across Taylor Street from the Hawk’s Nest. Upon presenting and ID, you will be given a temporary key to your room. You will have one working day's grace period to return the temporary key.
  4. Between the hours of 4:45 pm and 8:00 am Monday-Friday and weekends, call the Gryphon on duty cell phone for your building/area. Gryphon on duty cell phone numbers are posted on the staff office doors. If you do not know the Gryphon on duty cell phone number for your building/area, ask your Gryphon or Assistant Director.

* Access Control provides lockout services for FREE. If you need to have a Gryphon assist in lockout services there is a fee: 1st lockout: FREE; 2nd lockout: $25.00; 3 or more lockouts: $35.00 and referral to Office of Student Conduct. Charges are cumulative and will appear on the student's bursar bill.

For personal safety and property protection, students are strongly urged to keep their doors locked whenever they are absent from their room.