Unruly students at Cambridge University were fined almost £40,000 last year a Freedom of Information request has revealed.
Cambridge News report:
Students at Cambridge University paid more than £38,000 in fines last year for misdemeanours including drunken behaviour and bringing their college into disrepute.
Newnham College issued fines totalling £12,872 to students in the academic year 2011/12, with £6,719 of that demanded for housekeeping matters such as messy rooms, according to data released under freedom of information laws.
Gonville and Caius imposed fines worth £9,930, Fitzwilliam demanded £6,245, Clare took £1,764 and Girton students were fined £1,275.