College Freshman 2013-12-10T19:10:57Z
I've only had one run in with campo, and it went really well. As long as you're honest with them (you'll get in more trouble if you lie- trust me) and polite, you should be fine.
College Freshman 2013-12-06T00:19:54Z
Campo will write you up even if you're in the same room with people who have been drinking. You can get written up even if you're not drinking and in a room with a 21 year old who is. However, this doesn't really matter because getting written up is pretty arbitrary and inconsequential. You get about a million warnings before there is actual negative consequence. Just the functioning of the bureaucracy, giving the officers something to do.
College Sophomore 2013-08-13T19:56:28Z
There are a lot of rules that have almost no explanation as well as severe punishments for breaking the smallest of rules
College Senior 2013-05-18T19:39:36Z
This place is pretty lenient unless you f*** up big time. They're understanding about things, and if you're being reasonable and compliant, then they're pretty easy going. But if you rub them the wrong way, you can get tossed around a little. But the easiest examples are the events they allow, the senior wine tour, quad olympics (basically lots of day drinking out in public for a day). You can have a good time and keep a lid on it, and you'll be just fine. Basically if something goes wrong, you work with them and they'll work with you.
College Sophomore 2013-05-12T08:32:18Z
The administration, especially Dean Streeter, who is a massive prude, is tough on first year students who commit small infractions like possession of alcohol etc. They like to put on a show here, but it's almost impossible to get kicked out. I knew a kid who got caught with 4 ounces of weed in his room as well as a scale and he didn't get kicked out. You can virtually get an unlimited amount of possession charges and never come close to social probation, much less expulsion.
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