Student Handbook 1969
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Honor System -- Plagiarism -- Responsibilities under the Honor System -- Academic Effects of Honor System Violations -- Due Process -- Academic Freedom -- Rights and Freedoms on Campus -- Academic Requirements -- Deviation from Normal Academic Patterns -- Attendance -- Academic Grades -- Units and Grades -- Grade Point Average Tabulation -- Academic Discipline -- Readmission -- Specific Academic Requirements -- College Forum -- Career Service -- Foreign Study -- Social Rules and Regulations -- Drugs -- Alcoholic Beverages -- Gambling -- Firearms and Weapons -- Vandalism, Theft and Assault -- College Keys -- Sexual Misconduct -- Unauthorized Presence in a Closed Building -- Disciplinary Action Pending -- Disciplinary Procedure -- Appeal Procedure -- Disciplinary Penalties -- Other Policies and Regulations -- Fire Drills -- Guest Policy -- The College Guest Suites -- Motor Vehicle Regulations -- Use of College Motor Vehicles -- Housing Requirements -- Solicitations -- Dress Regulations -- Public Lounges -- Family Visitation in the Students Room -- Residence Hall Visitation Policy -- Housekeeping Rules -- Residence Hall Social Rules -- The "Porter System" -- Student Finances -- Health Service -- College Libraries -- Changes in College Regulations and Policies -- Appendix.
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