Residential Life requires students to be in "Good Academic and Social Standing" to be eligible for certain housing privileges. This pertains primarily to students looking to live in a Theme House, suite (Gebbie and Keefe), or on-campus apartment. It also pertains to your eligibility to live Off-Campus. Eligibility depends largely on the individual and that person's particular circumstances.
Generally good Academic Standing refers to anyone who is not currently suspended or on probation or in danger of being withdrawn, suspended, or placed on probation. Good Social Standing is reflected in your student conduct record kept with the Dean of Students Office and the Office of Residential Life. One or two low-level infractions would generally not effect your eligibility. However, high level incidents, commonly handled through the Dean of Students Office, or a consistent history of smaller infractions may have an impact.
To reiterate, Good Standing is difficult define to in general terms. Eligibility is determined by the Office of Residential Life and the Dean of Students Office. The College reserves the right to limit an individuals eligibility if they believe it in the best interest of the student, the College, and/or the community.