Sanctions/interventions are designed to promote the University’s educational mission. Sanctions/interventions may also serve to promote safety or to deter students from behavior which harms or threatens people or property or is motivated by bias because of membership in a group listed in II¶2. Some behavior is so harmful to the University community or so deleterious to the educational process that it may require more serious sanctions/interventions such as removal from housing, removal from specific courses or activities, suspension from the University, or expulsion. No sanctions/interventions will automatically impose other sanctions/ interventions following future offenses. One or more of the following sanctions/ interventions may be recommended:
A. Formal Reprimand:
A formal notice that the Statement has been violated and that future violations will be dealt with more severely.
B. Disciplinary Probation:
A designated period of time during which the student is not in good standing with the University. The terms of probation may involve restrictions of student privileges and/or set specific behavioral expectations.
Reasonable compensation for loss, damage, or injury to the appropriate party in the form of community service or service learning, money, or material replacement.
D. Restriction from Employment at the University:
Prohibition or limitation on University employment.
E. Class/Workshop Attendance:
Enrollment and completion of a class or workshop that could help the student understand why certain behavior was inappropriate.
F. Educational Project:
Completion of a project specifically designed to help the student understand why certain behavior was inappropriate.
Performance of one or more tasks designed to benefit the community and help the student understand why certain behavior was inappropriate.
H. University Housing Transfer or Removal:
Placement in another room or housing unit or removal from University housing.
I. Removal from Specific Courses or Activities:
Suspension or transfer from courses or activities at the University for a specified period of time.
J. No Contact:
Restriction from entering specific University areas and/or all forms of contact with certain person(s).
Separation from the University for a specified period of time or until certain conditions are met.
Permanent separation from the University.