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Atlantic Union College, a Seventh-day Adventist institution, exists to help young people prepare for fruitful lives within the Church and in the wider society around it by providing them with an education in a Christian setting. We cherish the differences among us, and we work toward a harmonious blend of diversity in the total life of the campus. All students of the College are expected to conduct themselves at all times in a mature and responsible manner. Please refer to the Student Handbook for a full listing of Student Policies.

Campus Buildings Curfew{expander}

Campus curfews are in place to ensure the safety of everyone in the College community.  Students are expected to comply with residence hall and building curfews as published or announced throughout the academic year.

Unless otherwise listed all buildings are locked at 10:00 p.m. on weekdays (2:00 p.m. on Fridays, except for the cafeteria). Failure to abide by building curfews will result in disciplinary action.

Information Technology{expander}

At AUC the Information Technology (IT) department is responsible for all computer networks, computer labs, ID services, and telecommunications.  Please contact the IT, located on the second floor of Haskell Hall at ext. 2380, with any questions. 

Student IT Policies

Legal Issues{expander}

Atlantic Union College takes seriously the safety and well-being of students, College personnel, and College property.  In addition to College disciplinary action, the following is a partial list of violations that may lead to legal ramifications:

  • Duplication of College keys, tampering with the locks on college property or breaking into or entering any building on campus in an unauthorized manner.
  • Vandalism and/or destruction of property.
  • Unauthorized access to any computer files or accounts.
  • Tampering with fire safety equipment.
  • Unauthorized use of telephone access code numbers.
  • Theft or misuse of I.D.
  • Harassing an individual or group verbally, by letter, email or telephone.
  • Violation of any criminal law, even if a civil authority grants a suspended sentence or probation.
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