Should a college or university have the right to suspend students who brag about breaking its rules on their Facebook pages?
- 1 month ago
I guess that might be good
- Ron AkiaLv 62 months ago
To brag about performing a violation on any of these sites is a confession of guilt.
- garryLv 52 months ago
yes , bad for a university if a student rags fb or any public medium .
- davidLv 42 months ago
Sure. Despite your tuition payment, your attendance at that school is also under proviso that you follow their rules. Think of it like the judge suspending your drivers license because you want to drive like an idiot. "But I paid the licensure fees at the DMV!"
You paid for the privilege to . . . .
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- brian 2010Lv 72 months ago
Yes they do. Anyone who does this on Facebook deserves to be suspended. Their reckless actions could easily endanger other students and faculty, as well as cause a lot of unneeded problems on campus. They are already in violation of the school's strict code of conduct.
- RonaldLv 72 months ago
You should leave a college or university you don't like. There is no need to defame it and pass negative comments about it on social media.
- DanielLv 72 months ago
Kinda Harsh but they should Issue Punishment but Idk about Suspending maybe Detention or something a Little Less Harsh
- keerokLv 72 months ago
It is not just their right. IT is in their rules. Being suspended is not enough. I say outright expulsion instead. Any student who is bold enough to foolishly leave evidence about their wrongdoing shouldn't be allowed to graduate in that school. It is a direct challenge to authority and a blatant show of stupidity.
- micksmixxxLv 72 months ago
- 2 months ago
This is against their policies for sure. That's why they have right to suspend such students by issuing a warning letter.