Ernest’s fourth principle is regarding a disciplined community. A college or a university should be a place where all individuals must accept themselves to be a part of the group and must carry about their own responsibilities that comes upon them because of being part of that community. Also in order to ensure that proper discipline is maintained within the community there should exist a well-defined governance procedure for the greater good of the society. Universities should have behavioral requirements just as they have academic requirements. Discipline is vital for individual to be trained in a professional way and is very important in practical life as well. Proper rules should be defined by community’s administration and it is then the responsibility of each individual in that society not only to follow the rules but also deem themselves responsible for being a part of the community that practices proper disciplinary codes and conduct.