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Written by So Hyeun Cho
Drugs and alcohol are not socially acceptable at BJU. Even though they have rules prohibiting alcohol and drug use, some students get caught with it anyway. The majority of students does not care and is never attracted to drug use in the first place, so there is usually no peer pressure on campus. Students who are caught using any drug on or off campus will be expelled from school for at least one year. These students will be placed on the "black list," meaning they are not allowed to visit the campus or students at BJU.
The school may seem boring, but by staying sober, BJU students attend classes on time and get to know themselves better. College is the prime time for students to grow as people and not waste time, money, or health. If prospective students want to grow academically and spiritually, they should definitely consider BJU.
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