College Junior 2013-11-17T23:12:11Z
SCSU takes campus safety very seriously. Their are Public Safety officers around to offer assistance to students. There is also a policy where students will not get in trouble if they seek out medical assistance for someone under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This is a program to make sure people get the assistance they need in times of emergency such as if someone suffers from an accidental alchohol poisoning or drug overdose, all though these incidences are rare on campus.
College Freshman 2013-11-05T20:25:47Z
sometimes they are a little to strict on students.
College Senior 2013-07-16T14:58:16Z
Policies are there and you see most of them being followed, but I feel that they are not really enforced. Students know about them, but do they really follow them? At times there doesn't seem to be any follow through from the administration or "public safety" on campus. Seem to be more worried about giving out parking tickets.
College Junior 2013-07-12T00:09:05Z
Severe Punishments – SCSU has strict enforcements of rules. First-time offenders have to attend a program that teaches them about alcohol and substance abuse. They are placed on academic probation. Parents are notified. Second and third time offenders may lose their on campus housing and have a hold placed on their class registration. In severe cases St. Cloud police are called to campus, the offender is suspended from SCSU and is arrested. The offender is then transported to the Stearns country jail! Follow the rules SCSU has and you will not have any problems!
College Junior 2013-06-29T23:11:37Z
Public Safety can be quite a bother, though underage drinking and drugs are not too enforced; there has to be absolute solid proof of any substance, which doesn't happen often, so many parties and get-togethers that involve the substance don't get caught/punished. However, the are strict abut some of the dumbest things. Once, my friends and I were having a snowball fight on a huge pile of snow, and they made us stop! I understand that there is a liability thing, but we students are in college; we are adults who know how far we can push ourselves.
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