college curfew at Liberty University

Removing the current curfew policy at Liberty University will benefit students academically
Curfew times during the week and weekend along with school work can add unnecessary stress

Having a curfew can hinder students with busy schedules from using the study rooms and other resources that the library has to offer

Some students learn more effectively when working with classmates and having a curfew can limit that amount of learning/study time

Students are more likely to fall asleep studying in their dorm after curfew compared to studying somewhere else

Getting rid of curfew will result in higher academic scores that ultimately result in a higher graduation rate for the University
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