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In order to enhance the atmosphere of our college, as well as to improve our general efficiency, our students are asked to maintain neat and orderly dormitories. The goal of building good habits of neatness is supported by a program of regular inspections. All dormitory rooms are to be cleaned thoroughly once a week, kept tidy at all times, and ready for a random room check.
The gathering of the student body in the Dining Hall at meal time affords an excellent opportunity for Christian fellowship. Attention should be given to personal appearance, observance of the rules of etiquette, and the maintenance of pleasant and appropriate conversation. On campus students are expected to eat their meals in the Dining Hall. Sack lunches may be obtained if a meal is to be missed because of regular employment or assignments. A refrigerator is provided in the Residence Halls for your convenience to store personal food items.
Volleyball is played on Monday, Friday and Saturday. Basketball is played on Tuesday and Thursday. Student Council also provides other activities during the school year.
However, in order to “live above reproach” and to avoid the spiritual and physical dangers, students are not allowed to be involved in activities that do not tend toward spiritual growth or an “excellent spirit.” See: Forbidden Activities
Music—since it is our desire to develop Christ-like character, the music we seek should fit the biblical framework given to us. Music has a deep influence on our Christian walk; therefore, we do not permit our students to listen to music which violates the Christian principles of harmony, decency, virtue, and edification. See: Forbidden Activities
Class Organizations—the student class organizations—freshman, sophomore, junior and senior—meet periodically for class business, fellowship and spiritual activities.
Student Council—this four-member committee is composed of one member from each of the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes. A staff member advises the Student Council in its organization of student functions, banquets, and Get-Acquainted Days activities.
Yearbook (Impressions) Staff—is approved annually by the Administrative Committee. The tenure of office is from the day elected until the last day of school. The executive committee of the Impressions staff is composed of the sponsor, chief editor, assistant editor, and two yearbook designers who must carry a grade point average of 3.0 or better.