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Self-Control



The Belmont community is committed to self-control and to individuals’ accountability for the effects their behaviors have on themselves and others. This recognition of personal responsibility prepares all individuals to develop intellectually, spiritually, socially, emotionally and physically.

As members of the Belmont community, students can expect reasonable actions will be taken to ensure that their experience is free from behaviors that compromise this commitment. Such behaviors include, but are not limited to:, smoking, sexual conduct, failure to comply with university officials, infringing on others use or enjoyment of university property or activities, violations of university policies regarding alcohol and drugs and/or acts that elevate individual desires or impulses to the detriment of others.



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