College Freshman 2013-11-14T21:03:37Z
They keep people from doing bad stuff the security is nice and helpful but spend most of their time making sure doors are locked.
College Sophomore 2013-03-16T23:19:39Z
The student life policy is meant to guide students toward a Moral Standard that the institution openly believes in. The policy keeps students out of trouble and focused on school and building a community of healthy relationships. The policy is not extremely strict or specific, and when students are delinquent, the punishments are historically very forgiving.
College Sophomore 2013-03-07T23:46:11Z
From my perspective, campus strictness is definately loose regarding social life. Of course, drinking, drugs, and alchohol or other abuse are prohibited on campus, as are sexual relations, which I see as a very good thing. Because of these things, there are floor hours, meaning that you have to be quiet on the dorm floors during certain hours and students of the oposite gender are not permitted on the floors during those hours. These restrictions are by no means socially restricting, as plenty of more savory social activities can be performed without restirction, including nerf wars and others. Security is also quite accomidating of "student life" activities as long as they are notified beforehand.
College Senior 2013-02-13T06:11:01Z
Because George Fox is a private Christian school, they constantly try to live by these standards. With that said, being a student here means that you will have to sign a life contract that states you will not engage in drinking, sex, drugs, or anything related while attending. To enforce this rule, George Fox has a time scheduled for when guys can enter/ evacuate a female dormitory or vice versa. In addition, we have RAs, students in authority of a living area, who come to check on their assigned housing locations to make sure that students are abiding by these rules. Their pretty strict on these times and I wish they weren't.
College Sophomore 2013-01-03T00:15:43Z
At Fox, you are required to sign a lifestyle agreement. No drinking, drug use, or various other offenses. George Fox is very strict about their students sticking to the agreement. Breaking the rules is sometimes punished with expulsion. If there is someone of the opposite gender in your dorm, you are required to have the lights on, the door open, and be sitting up. The punishment for breaking this rule is a fine of some sort, I believe.
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