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I totally agree, I have been attending fgcu and have not seen a great deal of drug problems on campus.
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Written by Victoria Rice
At Florida Gulf Coast University, if people want to do drugs, they can find them as long as they know where to go. The school, on the other hand, does have a zero-tolerance policy on drugs. The dorms have strict rules about underage drinking. Mostly, the drug scene is popular amongst the guys and takes place off campus. People do like to get high, but most people are heavy drinkers, many being kicked out of clubs for drinking. You are bound to find a stoner or an alcoholic somewhere on campus.
If someone wants to do drugs and have the "college experience," there are "parties" on and off campus where you just have to know people who do them and know where to go. While you don't have to party or do drugs to enjoy your time at FGCU, the University has the reputation of being a "party school." But like any other college or university, there will be parties, drinking, and drug use—just like in the real world.
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