If you've got a child in university or college, you have no doubt already been briefed on what's involved with Frosh Week.
Plenty has changed over the years, after a litany of drunken shennanigans made headlines and landed a number of students in trouble with the law, creating a mess for the academic institutions and parents involved.
Most Frosh Weeks are dry as a result and are more about team-building than partying.
York Regional Police want to keep it that way.
They're out with a tongue-in-cheek tweet that got plenty of attention on social media on Wednesday.
The so-called Frosh Week 'Expense List' runs down a long list of infractions and spells out what they might cost you, and whether they might land you in jail.