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Sex, Drugs and Rock N’Roll : How Student Life is Different at Religious Colleges . Jessica Amburgey HIED 632 May 26, 2012. Secular vs. Religious Colleges. Co-ed residence halls Promiscuity Alcohol consumption. Single sex residence halls Promotion of abstinence

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sex drugs and rock n roll how student life is different at religious colleges

Sex, Drugs and Rock N’Roll:How Student Life is Different at Religious Colleges

Jessica Amburgey

HIED 632

May 26, 2012

secular vs religious colleges
Secular vs. Religious Colleges
  • Co-ed residence halls
  • Promiscuity
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Single sex residence halls
  • Promotion of abstinence
  • Alcohol and drugs regulated
what s the difference
What’s the difference?

Students choose a religious college

Administrators more proactive

Faith guides institutional policy

Positive peer pressure

modern issues
Modern Issues
  • Homosexuality
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Dating
  • Music
  • Entertainment
the goal
The Goal

Graduates will be:

  • Unafraid of the world
  • Able to participate in appropriate worldly activities
  • Change in appropriate worldly activities
  • Maintain religious grounding
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Riley, N. S. (2005). God on the quad: how religious colleges and the missionary generation are changing america. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee.
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