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Written by Elizabeth Gertz
Cal's campus is reasonable in terms of strictness. Of course, they want you to make the best decisions at all times, but everyone is understanding of the fact that colleges have parties, and ultimately the University just wants students to be safe.
General rules apply. If you do damage something, as long as you pay for it, it will not be a big deal. Plagiarism and cheating are bad, and attendance is good. Getting bad grades places you on academic probation, and it also places you into mandatory study halls once a week. Not doing better can result in being kicked out. If you violate your parking rights, you will get ticketed. Pay off your tickets, return your overdue library books, and pay your fees or you will not be able to get your grades. That's really the only thing people ever seem to get in trouble for on campus.
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