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Hello, I've been thinking about attending BYU or BYU business college because I know they're great and inexpensive schools, but I'm having issues with their standards.
I was raised mormon and have been baptized at 8 like I was supposed to.
But I don't believe in this church. I actually don't believe in any religion. I don't believe in God, for various reasons.
I know you can go to a BYU college even if you aren't an LDS, but I think the way they see it, I am an LDS because I was baptized into to. So I assume they expect those beliefs of me.
I know that there is a Honor Code, which I don't mind, but I don't know the specifics of the code. You have to dress, speak, & act appropriately. Which I have no problem with. No smoking, drinking, sex, or drugs.
Is this just an on campus thing though? I like to smoke a little now and then and drink a glass when I'm in the mood. I'm not a party person at all, I stay home and keep to myself. I don't believe in marriage right now and I'm attracted to both sexes. So this is why I ask if the Honor Code is just an on campus rule and not a life style.
Does anyone know?