The strictness on campus always involves the dorms and parking. With parking on campus, tickets can be awarded for just about anything from speeding to parking in the wrong spots. Because parking is limited, students tend to park in public spaces as a last resort and ultimately get tickets. That same strictness rolls over into the dorms, where visitation hours are implemented. The visitation hours seem almost parent-like if not prison-like. The worst implementer of these visitation hours is Conrad Hall where visitation hours are only until 12:30 a.m. The problem is that most students need to stay up until 2 to 3 a.m. to study with classmates. Luckily, that is the worst, and it gets far better in the other dormitories, especially in Stetson Hall.
Another issue of strictness is the alcohol policy. The policy states that you can only have so much of certain alcoholic beverages. This is limited to only beer, wine, and wine coolers. Be careful if you are underage because you can get in trouble if you are in the mere presence of drinking.