Study hours are a way to help sophomore students transition into living and learning in the IMSA community. These hours help students set-aside time to study, as well as help facilitate and further develop their time management skills.
One of the most important safety expectations at the Academy is that of off-campus sign outs. While the Academy cannot guarantee knowledge of all students' whereabouts on campus at all times, regulations governing off-campus sign outs are designed to give the staff reasonable knowledge of a student's location, and thus a way of reaching that student in case of an emergency.
Intervisitation is defined as the visiting between male and female students in the residential areas of the Academy.