university laws (free attendance of lectures) Watch

jerryvito
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Are there any laws, ancient or new/ secret or published; wherein you are allowed to frequent lectures without being enrolled, paying tuition fees or by any other seeming scam.

I know that some lecture theatres are big enough to slip in and out, but some have follow up seminars which can be equally as enlightening.
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no idea. i do wonder if, playing tuition fees, you are entitled to go to any lecture at your university, regardless of the department. i know they have something like this in place at cambridge, but don't know if it's the same at other institutions.

i'd add that a notice was given to students the other week, saying that lecturers and tutors had the right to refuse entry to a lecture or seminar if they hadn't paid their tuition fees.
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