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Written by Amanda Cuevas
Strictness is fairly low with some exceptions. When some students are a bit more rowdy than others, to the point where other students are disturbed, there seems to be no one to tell them to lower it down. Smoking and drinking are allowed if students are of age. Fighting is something that will land a student in trouble; the police are on campus, so they can be dispatched easily and will reach the site of the disturbance quickly.
Academically, though, there are two things the campus will not tolerate: cheating and plagiarizing. It is something that should go without saying, but when students do it, they are met with zero tolerance. These are two things that students cannot escape with only a light sentence. Many times it will result in failure of the course and can go as far as having a meeting with the dean and being expelled. Something that many professors are strict on is attendance and punctuality. Some professors will dock points, even letter grades, if students miss a certain number of classes (usually more than three or four, though sometimes only two). Others will randomly take attendance, and if a student is absent, points will be docked. Some even count being more than 15 minutes late as an absence. Attendance is important, so make sure to look at the syllabus and see how that certain teacher grades it (or doesn't).
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