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Written by Colin Piacentine
The campus strictness is pretty light. In recent years, the residence life office has taken new initiatives to crack down, but there haven't been too many issues. You will get your fair share of college fun. Plagiarism and illegal parking are two of the big things to beware of. The first will get you kicked out of school, and the second can rack up hundreds of dollars onto your tuition bill. But when it comes to partying, the most important thing to avoid on campus is being loud. It seems that the only times students really get into trouble is if they are blasting music. Other than that, things are pretty lenient. Even then, it depends on the RA. There are always a few that are out to get people, but everyone on campus learns who they are and how to avoid them. Otherwise, most RAs will just ask you to keep it down.
Visitation between guys and girls rooms is never a problem. The freshmen dorms do have visitation hours, but it's rare that anyone except freshmen want to be hanging out in there anyway. Most freshmen head off campus or to the apartments. No other dorms or apartments have strict visitation rules.
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