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Dissent and Disruption

In certain circumstances, when a student's presence or conduct on campus may cause a disruption of the educational process or be considered a threat to individuals, to the community or to University property, the University reserves the right to restrict a student's access to campus. Students have a right to ask questions, seek information and assistance or to express dissent, but this right must be exercised in a manner consistent with the Biola Community Standards. It must not be practiced in a way that violates the rights of others and the educational mission of the University.