College Sophomore 2013-02-28T14:44:14Z
Louisiana Tech police take their jobs verys seriously. Parking is the number one offence for students. Parking is somewhat limited at Louisiana Tech and if you park in a handicap spot, or in the wrong zone you will get a ticket. Noise complaints are also taken very seriously. The campus police can give you fines or holds on your account (making you unable to register for classes on time). Alcohol is also a serious offense on campus, considering Louisiana Tech is a dry campus. Having alchol found in your possesion on campus can get you kicked off campus.
College Junior 2013-01-28T02:40:04Z
When living in a dorm, Tech can be REALLY strict. The RA's do random dorm checks to make sure you don't have anyone of the opposite sex in your room after hours and to make sure you don't have any alcohol or drugs. Tech is a alcohol free university, no matter what age you are. The on campus apartments get much more lax with the rules though. You aren't really supposed to have people of the opposite sex spend the night or have alcohol, but as long as you don't advertise it, the RA's usually let it slide.
College Sophomore 2012-12-13T02:56:58Z
They will give you a ticket if you park in the wrong place. You must have your parking sticker. They let you get by with noise but not too much. Attendence is important and they will get on to you. Cheating is not tolerated and neither are phones in class.
College Sophomore 2012-11-11T02:31:21Z
I don't know much about campus policies. But during orientation, we Freshmen were told by upper classmen that police are pretty quick to catch onto any funny business. They're especially strict about driving under the influence around campus. If there are parties with lots of alcohol or drugs, they're quick to bust it if it gets out of hand, or if it takes place on campus.
College Junior 2012-09-29T20:13:58Z
The Tech Police are always aware of what goes on around campus. Because the campus is small, they can just drive around without alerting students in a way where they feel they are always being watched. Problems only occur when people report it in, so the campus is pretty safe. The only thing that concerns me is how some students, like myself, walk in the middle of the night to go from class to home or vice versa, and act like the student is not there. It seems like the police aren't so much concerned about the safety of students. Students break the rules at times, but like I've said before, nothing happens unless it's reported.
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