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Super Strict Rules From Life On A Christian College Campus

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College is a time for experimentation, but your chances of trying new things are pretty limited if you attend a Christian college. Christian colleges have been around for a while and are schools centered around a particular faith, regardless of how absurd the tenets of said faith actually are. While the curriculum is often similar to what you would find at a regular institution of higher education, the lifestyle of students is more closely monitored by the administration. Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, FL, and Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA, are probably the best-known Christian colleges in the United States, although there are many more. Pensacola Christian College horror stories and stories of life at Liberty often involve intense rules.

Things like contact between men and women, drug use, and certain movies and television shows are often banned. Students may be reprimanded for watching the wrong movie, attending the wrong social event, or simply engaging in a romantic relationship. The goal is to keep students living holy, chaste lives. If you've ever wondered what a Christian college is like, or are considering attending one yourself, read up on some of the rules and regulations at the nation's strictest Christian campuses. 

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    At Pensacola College, Men And Women Are Separated At All Times – So Are Their Cars

    It’s unsurprising Christian schools want to promote chastity, and many have stringent rules regarding male/female interaction. Pensacola College takes this about 100 steps further. There, men and women cannot be alone together in any secluded locations. In addition, any type of male/female touching is forbidden, both on and off campus. Men and women also have separate parking areas. Men are not allowed in the women’s parking lot and vice versa.

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    Pensacola College Has Separate Elevators For Men And Women To Avoid Any And All Love In An Elevator

    Pensacola College is extremely concerned about interaction between male and female students, so much so that men and women have designated elevators. According to the school’s website, due to the congested nature of the campus, the school feels it’s best to separate men and women altogether when it comes to riding elevators. This is likely because accidental touching may occur in crowded spaces. In each building on campus, there are designated male and female elevators and stairways.

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    The Internet Is Off Limits, And Your Personal Computer Is Not Private At Pensacola

    Internet is completely off limits at Pensacola College. While personal computers are allowed, don’t expect your information to be private if you enroll in the school. The school reserves the right to check files on personal laptops at any time if they suspect students have been accessing illicit or banned material via a computer.

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    Students Are Banned From Raunchy Media – Both On And Off Campus

    Pensacola Christian College bans students from most forms of media not found in the school or library or aired at school-sanctioned events. Students are banned from watching television or movies containing violence, sexual themes, suggestive dress, profanity, or rock music. Students are not permitted to see or rent movies while on campus. Video games are also mostly forbidden. Students can only play video games below an E-10 rating.

    What makes these rules particularly intense is that they go beyond the campus. Even while they are at home, there are strict rules regarding what media students can consume. While they’re certainly free to rent and see movies off campus, they can only see movies rated G or PG. Television programs with a D, S, L, or V rating are also out of the question.

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