Official University Sanctions
This section of the Code of Conduct lists possible sanctions for violations of the Code of Conduct.
4. Official university sanctions
Sanctions that may be imposed for violation of university regulations include the following:
Disciplinary Probation. Subjection to a period of critical examination and evaluation of behavior. In addition to any of the sanctions set forth above, the student or organization may be placed on probation for a stated period. Placement on probation may include additional restrictions or requirements, including but not limited to the following:
- Withdrawal of the privilege of campus registration of a motor vehicle
- Withdrawal of the privilege of membership in a campus organization
- Withdrawal of the privilege of holding office in a campus organization
- Withdrawal of the privilege of representing the university in any inter-university event
- Requirement to complete a specified number of credit hours with a specific grade point average during the current or subsequent academic session
- Requirement to complete coursework related to the violation
- Withdrawal of the privilege of using computing resources
- Completion of work or other service to be provided to the university or other organization within a specified time. The person or body imposing this sanction may impose another allowed sanction as an alternative if the specified service is not completed within the time stipulated, and may impose additional sanctions.
4.2 Additional sanctions
Sanctions in addition to those listed in Article 4.1 may be established by the university.
4.3 Interim measures and temporary suspension
Interim Measures. Should there be reasonable cause, the University may find it necessary to take interim measures before a formal decision is made to mitigate the effects of the alleged misconduct and otherwise promote the safety of University community members. If a student fails to comply with the requirements of the interim measure(s) the University may take any action it deems necessary. Interim measures may include, but are not limited to:
- No contact orders
- Residential reassignments or removal
- Changes to employment assignments
- Changes to academic schedule
- Temporary delay of graduation or other academic progress
- Restriction on the student's presence in University buildings, on University property, and/or at University events