Report: Better Behaved If You Live Off Campus

A new report indicates University of  Massachusetts students living off campus are more well-behaved than they  used to be.  

The school's Dean of Students Office says the number of  students involved in off-campus incidents for the 2016-2017 academic  year fell 33-percent, from 307 to 206.  

The overall number of off-campus  incidents also dropped. 

School officials say they're delighted with  the "clear reduction in off-campus violations" over a four-year trend  and credit the school's program for mentoring students in responsible  behavior.

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