When you are out on a warm Friday or Saturday night this spring, there are some important things you should know to protect your rights and prevent you from getting into trouble with P-Safe or MPD.
WSA members have worked closely with P-Safe, the Dean of Students office, and ResLife, to develop a document that contains key information regarding student rights and responsibilities in relation to the Code of Non-Academic Conduct. It also contains some important tips on what to do when interacting with officers and reasons why MPD might come to campus.
Some helpful excerpts:
-Loud noise complaints from city residents where University residences impact private homes not affiliated with Wesleyan.
-Large gatherings of students that may impede the normal flow of traffic or that could lead to situations that are difficult to manage.
-Students walking with open containers on city streets or sidewalks. This includes sidewalks and streets that are primarily populated by Wesleyan owned residences.
Click here to read this short, easily digestible document and be in the know.