College success and dating

Posted by / 18-Apr-2017 06:17

Beyond that, some schools have specific rules about what to do if a student and a professor want to pursue a romantic relationship.

In college, you control your fate, and the more you work at your studies and the more you actively participate in your classes, the higher the probability for academic success.

If you break up, you may still have to see each other regularly around campus or, worse, in class.

All those questions about fairness your relationship initially raised will remain, only you may now be at an unfair disadvantage, with your ex having power over your grades and reputation with other faculty.

Breaking those rules could jeopardize the professor's job.

If you're at an institution where there aren't official rules about dating, there are most likely some guidelines or unofficial community expectations. Is it OK to date a professor, so long as you're not in one of his or her classes?

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If you don't take college serious and don't study to the level you need, don't blame others for your weak academic performance.

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  1. You don’t see the person as a whole…you see the perfect wedding night/pure marriage you’ll never be able to have if you stay with them. How they treat you, who they are, and how much you enjoy them should be hugely important factors. Some of those other qualities can be even more rare than virginity. But given that the rest of the world is full of one night stands, casual sex, and “hook up culture”, maybe the fact that your girlfriend/boyfriend has only had sex with one other person in the context of a long term relationship (or whatever) isn’t so bad.. Appreciate that in the grand scheme of things, your girlfriend/boyfriend may be much closer to your sincere, genuine idea of sexuality than he/she is to those “other” people’s warped and soulless view of sex.