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4 College Sophomore

Administration: We have an honor code that is taken very seriously. Follow it, and you will have no problems. Punishments are fair and given when necessary.

1 College Sophomore

Administration: Basically a haven for drug dealing. Lots of dealers grow their stuff in the woods around campus. Nearly all of the RAs partake in drug usage. The Honor Code is essentially a joke. People can skip half of their classes and still pass with no problem or consequences, so there's no sense in being a good student.

3 College Freshman

Administration: There are resource officers on call at any time. They don't really care if people visit you but are welcome to reports.

5 College Sophomore

Administration: The Honor Code is very strictly enforced here. We have to sign a contract freshman year stating that we will follow the honor code. It's actually wonderful. I've been able to leave my wallet, keys, laptop, phone etc in public places for hours and I return and everything is untouched. No one ever locks their doors, and everyone is very trusting.

4 College Sophomore

Administration: It's college, where does strictness belong on a college campus? Sure, there is no underage drinking and no drugs allowed, but as long as you're not putting yourself in danger, or others in danger, you're fine. (Although I do think they need more drug and alcohol patrols, because students get away with it a lot!) They lock the academic buildings at midnight, but you can stay in them all night (at least, that's what I've been told: I did stay in our science building till 3 A.M. once, studying) as long as you turn off the lights when you leave. Mind, you can't get back in after they lock them, so make sure you have all your belongings with you before leaving. Although, if it's not too late, you can always ask security to open a door, they're very kind.
There are some places that are off limits, but they have their reasons. I honestly don't believe Wells has any type of dress code, they're not strict... as long as you're wearing something! But professors would prefer if you wore nice clothing to their classes. Speaking of professors, I hear some will lock the door on late students: it's always best to be on time.
Apart from the professors dos and don'ts, always have your school ID on you, else you're not allowed in the dinning hall.


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