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Disciplinary Offenses

The following types of conduct are illustrative but not exhaustive of the kinds of behavior that subject a student to disciplinary action.

The dean of students has reviewed and approved the sanctions associated with disciplinary offenses.

  • Actions that violate regulations governing the use of alcoholic beverages.
    • Minimum - Alcohol Intervention Program
    • Maximum - Expulsion
  • Illegally possessing, using, distributing, manufacturing, selling, or being under the influence of other drugs, including possessing any type of paraphernalia.
    • Minimum - Residential Suspension
    • Maximum - Expulsion
  • Behavior which constitutes a threat to security (window entry or exit; failure to register a guest, removing screens from windows, etc.)
    • Minimum - Community Service
    • Maximum - Residential Suspension
  • Harassing, stalking or hazing any person, including sexually harassing.
    • Minimum - Disciplinary Probation
    • Maximum - Expulsion
  • Engaging in disorderly conduct, disruptive, lewd, or indecent conduct.
    • Minimum - Community Service
    • Maximum - Expulsion
  • Failure to comply with University quiet (study) hours.
    • Minimum - Disciplinary Warning
    • Maximum - Residential Probation
  • Making, using, or possessing any falsified University document and/or official record; altering or forging any University document and/or another official record, including identification, meal, or access cards.
    • Minimum - Disciplinary Probation
    • Maximum - Suspension
  • Physically harming or threatening to harm any person, intentionally or recklessly causing harm to any person or reasonable apprehension of such harm or creating a condition that endangers the health and safety of self or others.
    • Minimum - Disciplinary Probation
    • Maximum - Expulsion
  • Providing misleading, false, or inaccurate information.
    • Minimum - Disciplinary Warning
    • Maximum - Suspension
  • Using, possessing, or storing weapons or fireworks.
    • Minimum - Residential or Disciplinary Probation
    • Maximum - Suspension
  • Sexual Misconduct
    • Minimum - Disciplinary warning
    • Maximum - Expulsion
  • Smoking in a smoke-free residence area
    • Minimum - Community Service
    • Maximum - Residential Probation
  • Taking of University property or the property of others without permission
    • Minimum - Restitution and/or Community Service
    • Maximum - Residential Probation
  • Failing to comply with reasonable directives given by authorized persons (Providing identification, reporting to an administrative office, completing previously assigned sanctions, etc.)
    • Minimum - Community Service
    • Maximum - Expulsion
  • Tampering with fire or other safety equipment or setting unauthorized fires.
    • Minimum - Residential Probation, Community Service, and Restitution
    • Maximum - Expulsion
  • Violating the visitation policy
    • Minimum - Community Service
    • Maximum - Residential Eviction
  • Violating written University policy or regulations contained in any official publications or administrative announcements, including University Computer policies.
    • Minimum - Disciplinary Warning
    • Maximum - Expulsion

Off-Campus-Violations

Bắn cá giải tríIn cases involving student misconduct off-campus, the University reserves the right to exercise its discretion in taking disciplinary action. If found responsible, students are subject to the same sanction imposed for on-campus violations.

Administrative Directive for No Contact

An administrative directive is a written notification for a student to have NO direct and/or indirect contact either physical or verbal with another student(s). This letter would go to all the students named in the directive. Indirect contact would include contact through friends, family, acquaintances, etc.


Failure to comply with an administrative directive will result in a charge of “Failure to Comply” and may result in immediate removal from campus and possible criminal charges.

The University reserves the right to issue an administrative directive in situations deemed appropriate by the vice president for student life or his/her designee.
 

Parental Notification

Bắn cá giải tríThe Office of Student Life, the Vice President for Student Life, or his/her designee at their discretion, may contact parents of dependent students.

Contact Us

Office of Student Conduct
Dorothy Day​ Student Union