Every student shall exercise the highest standard of caution in handling University property so as to avoid possible damage. Any student who willfully or negligently damages University property shall be guilty of an offence.
No University property of any description shall be taken from its proper place without the written consent of the Head of Department concerned.
Use of University name
All official correspondence by students to Government or other official bodies both within and outside the country shall be channeled through the Rector.
No student or group of students may print, publish, disseminate or otherwise circulate any false or malicious information.
No student, student group or association may circulate information without the names and signatures of the authors.
The Rector shall be informed of any intention to produce a student publication within the University and his approval in writing shall be obtained for such a publication.
A copy of each issue shall be lodged with the Rector and Dean of Students and the University Librarian on the day of publication.
Each issue shall state the name of the Editor, the name of the Authors, the Membership of the Editorial Board and the Publisher.
The members of the Editorial Board will be held jointly responsible for the full contents of each issue of the publication.
Relationship with colleagues, staff and community
Every student must be characterized by the conduct that safeguards the good image of CUR and be in smooth relationships with her/his colleagues and CUR staff. He/she must strive to be active and inspiring within surrounding community.