I want to start off by agreeing with Professor Rybarczyk when he says that no admission counselor is holding a gun to your head as you are signing the contract with Vanguard.
Everyone signs the contract knowing that you will need to somehow meet its requirement to attend 30 chapels every semester.
As to Tamara and similar-thinking students, we made an agreement with Vanguard to meet this requirement, and if we do not, we will be penalized. Agreements and contracts work the same way throughout the rest of the world.
If you take too much money out of your account at your bank, you will be penalized. When/if you get married, you agree to enter into a covenant/contract with the person till death do you part.
Even God even makes contracts (covenants) with His people, especially seen throughout the Old Testament (one example, Gen. 15), which are still valid throughout today and till the end times!
Let Him be the ultimate example of how to treat our commitments!
We are not being forced to attend chapel when Integrity Partners are placed at the doors of the building.
You are either at chapel and get credit, or you’re not and don’t get credit.
Plain and simple as that. It’s also amazing that you get to choose what days you will or will not attend chapel!
Again, we are not forced to attend chapels. We made a contract and said we would attend 30 of them each semester.
Grow up, be responsible, and let your actions meet up with your words.
And, if you act like an irresponsible child by swiping n’ ditching, of course you will see Integrity “officers” as a means to treat you like a child, and honestly, you deserve it.