It seems (to me) that they're reaching beyond the campus. It's true that it's voluntary. Good point! If those students enjoy a restrictive atmosphere, good luck to them. Personally I think restriction encourages lying and discourages living authentically as an individual, but that's just me.<quoted text>
Then why bother quoting what I said? You see, you failed to include any nouns in your statement leading anyone to reasonably conclude you were responding to ME, not the article.
Secondly, how is it dictating anything when students that are applying know full well what the admission requirements are.
IF they DON'T like the admission rules, there's no shortage of other universities across the country they can attend.
Every university has rules for behaviour on campus. Are they also dictating the personal lives of their students? Are they fundie universities as well?
As long as no one asks any "gotcha" questions like "do you masturbate", "have you ever told a lie", or "does this make my butt look fat", they can at least pretend to be honest all the time.
Pardon my lack of clarity in my original post to you.