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The Lord, through modern revelation, requires of His people in this the dispensation of the Fullness of Times obedience and steadfast support of the properly instituted governments in all lands. (D&C 58:21?22; 98:4?6; and 134) The twelfth Article of Faith affirms this position, We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in... Read more Read more


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The word of wisdom is a covenant, conformity to which assures both strength of body and a special spiritual endowment. (Mormon Doctrine, p. 167) President Stephen L. Richards, a counselor in the first presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, noted that: The Word of Wisdom is spiritual. It is true that... Read more Read more


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I live and will continue to live the standard of Christian living as taught by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints both on and off campus. This includes Sunday activities consistent with Latter-day Saint ideals, graciousness and consideration for others, and observing high principles of honor, integrity, and morality. For LDS students, this... Read more Read more


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The Residential Living Standards are based upon the premise that not all learning occurs in the classroom. Much can be learned in our sanctuaries of worship, on the streets and in the shops of our communities, and in our residences. We must recognize that apartment living is not the same as family living; therefore, conduct... Read more Read more


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Each member of the university community has not only an individual obligation to sustain and preserve the Honor Code but a shared responsibility to help others do likewise. This responsibility extends beyond the physical boundaries of campus and is intended to maintain a total living environment conducive to the presence of the Spirit of the... Read more Read more


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Wilmington College policy requires that the computer equipment and facilities owned or leased by the College and supplied for student use NOT be used in any of the following manners or for any of the following purposes: For any activity that violates any Federal, State or local laws. For any activity that threatens the safety,... Read more Read more


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Registering a Student Organization The purpose of chartering an organization with Campus Council is to identify student organizations on campus and to ensure that the purposes and programs of those organizations are consistent with College policies. Student organizations that wish to be officially acknowledged by the College, use College facilities and services, use the College’s... Read more Read more


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Alma’s computer resources provide a vital service to all segments of the College. In using the system, therefore, we ask that you do so conscientiously. The individual and the College have fundamental rights and responsibilities to foster the mission of the educational community. Alma College recognizes the ownership rights of user’s own intellectual work and... Read more Read more


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Access to and use of computer system accounts at Presbyterian College is limited to the faculty, staff, and students of the College. Others may be granted access for good cause from time to time at the discretion of the Director of Administrative Services. Acceptable uses of PC Read more


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Social and Extracurricular Activities It is the policy of the College that social events, as well as extracurricular and club activities of long duration, be scheduled on Friday and Saturday nights only (excluding Formal Rush). The intent of this policy is to preclude interference with classroom and other academic preparation. Read more



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