1. Don’t be the shacker, be the “shackee.”
Being the "shackee," one who hosts a shacker, enables you to avoid the dreaded and humiliating walk-of-shame. In addition, maintaining the "shackee" status allows you to evade the "Houdini"--the immensely subtle and quick movement one must perform in order to escape from the "shackee's" house without the "shackee" waking up.
2. If you must shack it, make sure you wear a day-to-night outfit or be prepared to have a friend pick you up so you avoid the inevitable walk-of-shame.
In other words, do not wear 5-inch heels and a mini skirt if you think you may be staying at your "friend's" house; instead, wear skinny jeans, a top, and boots--an outfit deemed inconspicuous or not indicative of a shacker.
3. For each 5 degrees the temperature drops, add one more article of clothing to that skintight, mini dress.
If weather conditions do not permit for comfortability in a short dress or skirt, don't try to wear it.
4. Avoid cultivating romantic or sexual relationships with members of frats.
5. Never hook-up with more than one guy from the same friend group, sports team, or fraternity.
Guys talk just as much as girls do, sometimes more. If you hook-up with more than one guy from a circle of friends, teammates, or bros, it will get around and it won't make you look good.
6. Avoid wearing last night’s makeup/hair/attire to class, extracurricular activities, etc.
Just take a shower, please.
7. Keep PDA to a minimum, especially with males with whom you have just met.
No one wants to see you make out with some guy you've just been introduced to at a party. If you are going to display some affection, do it in private and behind closed doors.
8. Avoid making Eskimo Sisters.
Es-ki-mo Sis-ters (noun): two females, usually acquaintances or friends, that have had sexual intercourse with the same person.
9. After freshman year, never return to the dorms.
Don't rob the cradle, girls.
10. Drink out of cups, not handles.
C'mon, you’re a lady.