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Expectation of KCU Students
While the Student Handbook presents university policy for many specific situations, several general principles may serve as a guide to what constitutes an acceptable life-style at KCU.
First, because we believe the Bible is God's Word, behavior that conflicts with Scripture is unacceptable at Kentucky Christian University. Sexual immorality, stealing, cheating, occult practices, and a host of other sins too great to list will not be tolerated. All students are expected to adhere to the standards set forth in Scripture in attitude as well as action.
Second, because as an institution we are committed to Jesus Christ, we must be concerned with our witness. This relates to our witness to our weaker brother within the Church as well as those outside the Kingdom. For that reason, the use of alcohol, drugs and/or tobacco on campus is forbidden.
Third, KCU has a responsibility to the constituent churches that give the university spiritual and material support. Their expectations contribute to the formulation of policies concerning the university's "community" life.
Fourth, the municipal, state and federal laws also apply to the university campus.
Fifth, since KCU is a Christian community, a primary principle by which one can monitor behavior is simply "love one anot