Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1968

Keywords

student rights, university, state actor, state-action requirement, in loco parentis

Abstract

This examination argues that the position that a student’s rights are determined by whether he lives on or off-campus is unraveled by the institution’s position as a state actor. This article disposes of the notion that the university is equivalent to a landlord in property and contract rights and discusses how this distinction affects students’ rights.

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