NCU students face expulsion for missing chapel services
Numerous students at the Northern Caribbean University are now facing the risk of being expelled from the institution after the enactment of a stern Chapel and Assembly Policy at the institution. The conditions of the new policy imposed by the University stated that students who have accumulated their “fifth unexcused absence” may face expelled from the University.
(The NCU Gymnatorium – where chapel services are held)
A blog by post by perceptualpost.com says students at the institution are upset as they feel they are being indoctrinated/forced to attend the Chapel and Assembly. However, Dr. Beverley Cameron Vice President for Students Services was given a resounding “NO” by students when she sought to reassure their concerns that no one was forcing them to become a Seventh Day Adventist.
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