The university hit students with fines and charges totalling almost £40,000 last year.
University records indicated that students shelled out £23,637 between October 2013 and October 2014 to cover cleaning expenses and to repair damage they had caused. Of this, £5,220 was to pay for lost keys.
Students were also fined a total of £16,435 as punishment for their behaviour.
Unsurprisingly, fledgling Constantine College saw its students receive the lowest number of fines, with a total cost of £164.20.
At the other end of the scale, Halifax students managed to rack up a whopping £5,639 in fines.
When asked for comment by Vision, University Registrar David Duncan said: “The vast majority of students behave reasonably and respectfully towards their fellow college residents.
“Where damages do occur, they are often accidental.
“The charges made to students who lost keys or damage property are fair and reasonable.
“The money raised from disciplinary fines makes a very small contribution towards the total cost of student administration and welfare.”