|•||You must not violate any federal, state, or local laws.|
|•||You must respect the rights of others. Physical or verbal assault of another person, including, without limitation, fighting, bullying, or hazing, is prohibited. Any type of harassment, including sexual harassment, is prohibited.|
|•||You are expected to be honest. Any type of deceitful behavior, including, without limitation, lying, cheating, plagiarism, or theft, is unacceptable at the Advanced Studies Program.|
|•||You are expected to be completely free of illegal drugs and alcohol while enrolled at the Advanced Studies Program. Possession, supply, consumption, or sale of alcohol or any illegal substance, including tobacco, is prohibited.|
|•||You must not be in the presence of alcohol or any illegal substance while on the grounds of St. Paul’s School. Being in the presence of the use or possession of alcohol or any illegal substance is prohibited. In addition, if alcohol or an illegal substance is found in your room and no person acknowledges possession of the substance, you and any other resident(s) of the room will be responsible for possession of the substance.|
|•||You must not abuse medication or deliberately circumvent the School’s medication management policy.|
|•||Your behavior must not endanger the health or safety of yourself or others. Unacceptable behavior includes, without limitation, tampering with alarms or fire safety equipment, smoking in a building, burning incense or candles, or the use of fire in any School building in an area not specifically designed for that purpose. Also, the unauthorized use or possession of weapons, firearms, explosives, or dangerous combustibles on the St. Paul’s School grounds is not permitted under any circumstances.|
|•||You must be present in your house at check-in and remain in the house afterwards. You must not leave the house after check-in or before 6 a.m. the next day.|
|•||You are expected to use all forms of technology in an appropriate and respectful manner. Use or misuse of computers or computer websites, voicemail, electronic messaging systems, electronic mail, the School’s Internet or Intranet sites (personal, at home, or at School), which do – or could – impact the welfare of any member of the School community or the reputation or functioning of St. Paul’s School will not be tolerated.|
|•||Your behavior must never jeopardize the welfare or good name of the School. You should be aware that certain activities even outside of program hours or off School property may result in the loss of program privileges and other disciplinary action up to and including suspension or dismissal.|
|•||While off School grounds, you are expected to behave in a manner consistent with the program’s rules and regulations. Disciplinary procedures may be applied when the program discovers that violations of rules or regulations have occurred while away on a weekend or off School grounds during approved times.|
|•||No automobiles or motorcycles. Students may ride only with approved drivers (see Permission/Release Form).|
|•||Evening study hours are strictly enforced.|
|•||When students visit other dormitories, non-residents of that dorm are only allowed in the public common room area.|
|•||No pets of any kind are allowed in the dorms.|
|•||The use of live animals or fish for class projects is also prohibited, without specific permission from the ASP director.|
|Day||Leaving Campus||Visitors on Campus|
|Wednesday Afternoons||Leave after lunch (lunch begins at 12:45 p.m.)
Return no later than 6 p.m.
|Between 1:30 and 6 p.m.|
|Saturday Afternoons||Leave after lunch (lunch begins at 12:45 p.m.)
Return no later than 6 p.m.
|Between 1:30 and 7:30 p.m.|
|Sundays||Leave any time after 7 a.m.
Return no later than 7 p.m.
|Between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.|
|1.||Sign out in the house sign-out book and check off your name when you return.|
|2.||Do not hitchhike to or from town. You may ride only with faculty, interns, your parents, other approved drivers, or in taxis. Bikers should use caution and not ride on sidewalks in Concord.|